The UK college nerd who posts these on YouTube seems to have discovered girls, so they aren’t going up as quickly as usual. Heartbreaking.
(Barry Humphries will better known to you as “Dame Edna”... and if you’re really peculiar, as fake-blind game show host “Bert Schnick” in bizarro Rocky Horror sequel Shock Treatment)
This is the one from last weekend.
(I’ve skipped like 4 episodes in the mean time. You all know how YouTube works. You could find them if you needed to.)
I got my test swatches from Spoonflower, so I can now offer fabrics for sale!
(The dinosaur one came out a little too dark, so I have to modify the colors)
When I earn back the $11 I spent buying proofs, I’ll upload more different other designs. FOR YOU.
And another one, too:
You can’t buy it, though. I have to spend money to be a “seller.” Maybe later.
Didn’t love this one; none of the panelists are on my short-list favorites. Both of the BBC1 series (this season and last) seem heavier and slower than the earlier seasons. Maybe it’s me.
"Mindy Kaling is a writer, co-executive producer and actor on NBC’s The Office. She is also the founder of Pitchfork Media and plays ethnic percussion for Arcade Fire."
I only had three days to do this.
Perhaps this will be the new exclusive use for this blog… just posting youtube links to British panel games
This is a radio show hosted my David Mitchell (so, you’ll just be looking at his headshot for the duration; no video) which I’ve not had much luck finding more than 2-3 other episodes online.
It’s also some kind of QI cross-over, so it has BUILT IN APPEAL.
The only good thing about this rotten new year… a new episode of QI
I didn’t have time/motivation to make a Christmas card this year. Luckily, it being the end of the Zeros, I instead give a brief retrospective of cards of the years past. (The ones I already have on the internet, anyway.)
2003. I lost this scarf immediately after making this card.
2006. This is actually Cakey’s Christmas card, but I made it.
Not actually a Christmas card, but an album you should buy
Merry Fishmas, everybody!
The last one of Season 3:
I have a couple of loose Mad Men projects still to post and then I’m giving the series a rest for a good long time.
This was one of those loose ends left half done. So I finished it:
Now on the front page of FunnyorDie. Please vote “funny” or write a rambling, misspelled comment about how this is a rip-off of something else and totally lame.
I made this back in February as a pilot of a web sketch series for Marvel’s website, which petered out before it started. Anyway… it’s still pretty funny.
A lot of people want a Mad Men Illustrated calendar like the one I did last year. I can’t legally make that, so I made a set of calendar pages that you can assemble with pictures from this flickr set to make your own.
This download is JUST THE CALENDAR PAGES —no images. You can pick and choose from this set to make it on your own with your home printer.