Dave Vancook buys thrift store paintings and adds Star Wars characters to them. Read the rest
You've probably seen Garfield Minus Garfield, a collection of Jim Davis Garfield strips in which Garfield himself has been removed, transforming the strip into a sinister portrait of Jon Arbuckle's descent into irretrievable madness. Read the rest
Last August, I posted about a lawsuit brought by Larry Lessig and the Electronic Frontier Foundation against Australia's Liberation Music, who hold the rights to "Lisztomania," a song by the French band Phoenix. Read the rest
Scott Snibbe, the developer for Björk’s "Biophilia" app, has developed an iOS app for the Philip Glass remix projec: REWORK_
"A giant planet with a liquid interior full of liquid beef and pork, into which a thousand earths would fit."
[Video Link: "Birthday Cake in the Face."]
A quickie remix parody of "Birthday Cake" by Rihanna ft. Chris Brown. Lyrics quoted directly from the police report (PDF). Read the rest
In the tradition of The Shining re-cut to look like an uplifting comedy, comes this music video, which repurposes scenes from several movies—most prominently 2001: A Space Odyssey—to tell the story of a misunderstood computer that accidentally hurts the ones it loves. Read the rest
Craig Davis Pinson, a composer who is a Boston Conservatory student, writes in the liner notes for the video embedded above:
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This is a set of variations written on the melody heard in the Youtube video Nyan Cat.
[Video Link]. YouTube viewer comment: "I liked the part where they played the opening chords of the symphony."
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Further evidence that the ability to remix scientific videos and images is awesome: Here's NASA's footage of the International Space Station rounding planet Earth to catch a glimpse of the comet Lovejoy, set to a piece of Jerry Goldsmith's score for the movie Total Recall. Read the rest
Skinemax, described as "Koyaanisqatsi for a generation raised on late night television and B-movie VHS tapes," stars Kurt Russell. [Video Link] Read the rest
[Video Link]. Boing Boing reader Samuel Cockedey created this lovely short, and explains:
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This is a tribute to Ridley Scott and Vangelis, whose work on Blade Runner has been a huge source of inspiration in my shooting time lapses.
Here's a nice gallery of video-game-themed fine art remixes, including this curiously appropriate Escher/Portal remix.
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