Frank Zappa is an acquired taste. Not everybody gets the music. Either you like him or hate him. I was impressed with the latest musical film offering. Frank Zappa was notorious for his Halloween shows. I love the fact that this audio package comes with a Frank Zappa costume. I am surprised that the Alice Cooper camp has not come up with this idea yet.
Just in time for Halloween, The Unquotable Trump is a riot parody of comic book vintage covers using Trumps’ “best words” as the genesis of this giant size 48-page comic book. R. Sikoryak is no stranger parodying comic lore and recycling them anew. Lately he has taken to using the words of others to extend his craft.
According to research from eMarketer, there are 2 billion smartphone users worldwide. On those devices, some 41.5 billion messages and 6 billion emoticons or stickers are sent around the world every day on mobile messaging apps, according to branded digital startup Swyft Media.
In 1955, comedian and bandleader Jackie Gleason asked Dali to design the cover art for his fifth LP, Lonesome Echo. Dali included this description on the cover: “The first effect is that of anguish, of space, and of solitude. Secondly, the fragility of the wings of a butterfly, projecting long shadows of late afternoon, reverberates in the landscape like an echo. The feminine element, distant and isolated, forms a perfect triangle with the musical instrument and its other echo, the shell.
Take your stinking paws off me! Dr. Moreau approves this latest line in socks. From the folks of whatonearth. Realistic printing shows the front and back side of your favorite furry animal. 100% polyester. Machine wash and dry. Made in the USA.