Friday, September 15, 2006


More video slice and dice from the group whose work my friend Mark once likened to visual heroin (I'd say its more like visual LSD myself).

This one has samples from the Dalai Lama, Danny Kaye and I think the little kid at the beginning is from some Ken Russell film. Enjoy.

Wednesday, September 13, 2006


In the nineties EBN were a video sampling collective that were the visual equivalent to hip hop. Aided by their amazingly fluid editing skill, many of their videos were strong absurdist political satires, most notably their videos done during the first gulf war such as We Will Rock You. Where else can you hear the MC skills of Dan Rather?

One of their co-founders, Josh Pearson, has his own website with some of their best videos.

EBN say hello:

Sunday, September 10, 2006


A while back I posted a link to a site with Russian movie posters from the 20s. Here's a site that features Polish movie posters for mostly American films, via the vast collective hive mind that is the P-list.

They tend to look rather disturbing...even when they feature the Muppets.