Posted in One Million Watts on 11 May 2010
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The things I don’t know about comic books could fill several very large graphic novels. I’m gonna tell you to read some anyway.
Posted in Things We Like on 1 May 2010
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Let us now praise a much-read, much discussed novel by David Foster Wallace, a relatively obscure portrait of a Russian princess, and a weird film by The Monkees.
Posted in Things We Like on 3 April 2010
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This week, we consider the fashionable qualities of umbrellas, watch two guys playing noise rock on top of a van, and discover an early music video from the director of “Amelie.”
Posted in One Million Watts on 25 March 2010
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I walked into the music shop without any thought of actually buying something. I knew I enjoyed the Beatles, but not much beyond that. Then a cassette tape whispered a message directly in my ear.
Posted in One Million Watts on 22 March 2010
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When people find out I work at Archie McPhee, it often prompts the question, “How do you get your ideas?” Here are a few of our strategies that you might be able to apply to your own projects.
Posted in Seattle on 25 February 2010
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It has been estimated that 99.9% of all species that have ever lived are now extinct. Were it not for the tireless efforts of this Seattle artist, a world of strange and exotic creatures would now be unknown.
Posted in Things We Like on 30 January 2010
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It may look like a normal day, but there are geishas sleeping under blankets of rolling grass, chubby robots patrolling the streets, and funny-pages regulars padding the unemployment linee.
Posted in Things We Like on 9 January 2010
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It’s business as usual here at Monkey Goggles: There are ninjas and deep-sea divers lurking in the woods, and a giant pink object that may or may not be cuddly.
Posted in Things We Like on 5 December 2009
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Scarecrow Video and Elliott Bay Book Company have changed up the manger scene a little bit … and Josh “Shag” Agle has drawn a different kind of chilly wonderland.
Posted in Seattle on 12 November 2009
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As you read these words, a superhero cat has saved a pit bull. A goat has learned a new song on his guitar. And Ryan Henry Ward has probably created another mural on a Seattle wall.