Doug Gilford's Mad Cover Site. Has just about every magazine cover since 1952. Here are some of my favorites: 1) Alfred E. Neuman's first appearance on the magazine cover (see if you can find him), 2) E.T. fingering Alfred, 3) Mad celebrates being No. 1, 4) Bush and the Barf
New York artist and photographer, John D'Agostino, photographs the salvaged favrile glass of Louis Comfort Tiffany, who is now acknowledged by many to be the grandfather of Abstract Expressionism. There is an interesting story about how D'Agostino’s family came to have a long love affair with the priceless Tiffany glass. By
A fantastic little film, animated by Nina Paley (of Sita Sings The Blues fame). All the images in the video were taken at the Metropolitan Museum of Art, New York City. The whole history of human culture evolves through copying, making tiny transformations (sometimes called "errors") with each replication.
Follow the adventures of Salesman Pete, an all round nice guy and lethal weapon rolled into one. Pete is a nice and clumsy salesman. But he's also a deadly super secret agent with a microprocessor implanted into his brain by some mad scientists from the government! He has to
A video montage of Hollywood's 44 of the most vilest villains, antagonists and psychotic killers to appear on the silver screen. Link to the video on Youtube.