From the release (cuz we're too freakin' lazy to write something clever today):
Finders Creepers and Modern American Cinema present “Four Rooms”. Four new films by Kristian Day featuring exclusive new art from Frank Hansen, Brent Houzenga, Van Holmgren, Chris Roberts & Alyssa Harder. On February 5th at 7 PM Kristian Day will unveil four new films: Inside a House, Animal, I Lost You to the Beach, and The Process.
Each room of the four Finder's Creepers Art Gallery Rooms will be themed with one of Kristian Day's new films, created specifically for this exhibit. Each artist will be doing his or her take on each of the films in their assigned Gallery Room! All the artwork will be for sale as well as the Limited Edition, thumb-stamped movie stills will be available for purchase!
From the director:
“These films are very different what I have done in the past. Each one has it’s own atmosphere and personality. Where one film will bring to a very relaxed state with calm imagery and warm music, another will attack with psychedelia and noise”
For the opening reception, there will be a meet and greet with Kristian Day and the artists plus painted girls from Bodies by Svec.
Outgoing Google exec Eric Schmidt and the company's privacy practices get lampooned by political action group Consumer Watchdog in this creepy computer animated sketch that was also broadcast on mobile ad trucks throughout DC.
We got a recent follow by anonymous twitterer @DSMTweetCops, so had to check it out. Funny. Obnoxious. Shall we say egotistical? We can't disagree that twitter can be a junkyard of personal garbage, so it's good to see someone's mission is to clean it up. If you're on Twitter, it might be worth checking out. Not quite as funny as @ShitMyDadSays, but we'll give it time.