Wednesday, February 28, 2007


Discover Klaus Harmony

Enter his world.

Taste his grooves

Marvel at his glittery balls.

I have been animating the foremost German composer of 1970's erotic film scores. Oh yes. Flares, moustaches, glitter balls and glamour girls.

And some damn fine groovy tunes.

Klaus Harmony, Rear View Lover. 280KB Flash.

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Wednesday, February 21, 2007


I have just spent all of Tuesday...

... believing it to be Wednesday.

I am now confused, but quite pleased as I seem to have gained an entire day.

Probably a good job really, as I have rather a lot to do and wasn't sure when I was going to fit it all in.

But now I have Wednesday.


If you've discovered some free time down the back of the sofa and don't already have stuff to fill it you could always write some ten word reviews or become an exhibitionist about your home.

Oh, and if you're a youngster expecting to get your first passport in the next few months can I recommend you get your skates on and do it in the next month. People applying for their first adult passport from April 2007 will the guinea-pigs for a process the government is calling "Authentication by Interview" (encouragingly described by the Government as an "intrusive interview"). Lovely. You can find more information over at Renew for Freedom.

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Wednesday, February 14, 2007


A Valentines Day treat for you all

Now, I don't really "do" Valentines Day but I like an excuse to make something silly and a new tune from DogHorse seemed perfect for a topical animation. I give you...

One Heartbeat (1.5MB Flash)

It stars Jack Java (the monkey of lurve), a couple of penguins and some pants. The song is just a little bit rude. Well, very rude in places.

We've also got a new animation for Greenpeace online, if you like your moving pictures to have a bit of a point. Stop the Horror (500KB) is part of a campaign to stop illegal timber and help save the lovely orang utans and other affected creatures.

I must mention a topic that I'm afraid amuses me far too much for terribly low reasons. As Jess points out in the comments of my previous post Gillian McKeith is in trouble again and is now banned from calling herself a doctor in her adverts. What a shame eh?

A Menace to Science, Guardian article by Ben Goldacre
Previous bit from me about Ms McKeith.

Other things that have entertained me recently include this fine campaign from Sir Montgomery Cecil of Spurt via Beau Bo D'Or and this fantastic photography project; Running From Camera. I'm not quite sure why but this appeals to me very much.

Oh, and if you do want to send someone a special message today* you can always say it with pants!


*Or, in fact, any day... which is much nicer really.

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Saturday, February 10, 2007


Hmm, that wasn't normal service....

It's never nice when a loved one is in hospital, and if they're a few hundred miles away it feels even worse, so I have been away to get closer.

I am back, things are better and I am getting back to normal.

Back soon with some silly, and I hope to manage it this time.

In the meantime, have an appalling joke about teddy bears on a picnic.

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