Thursday, November 22, 2007

"Maime vs. Laime" (my political debate)

A partisan right-winger on once uploaded a video showing a cat bashing Leftists in America and I thought, "that's so unfair and one-sided". So I found a video of a cat having a strange psychological fit while looking at bright lights to represent the Satanic/Communist But Unfairly Unrepresented Left. I even listened to what the cat was saying, God knows how many times, in order to translate the sound into English because he seemed to be having one epiphany after the next. It was a discombobulated yet whimsical and inspired effort.

Wednesday, November 7, 2007

"The Temptation of Videogame Porn" (my music video)

Photos excerpted from some nerd's website, awhile ago, who took screenshots of his videogame characters while they were in seemingly suggestive poses. The first song is "I Rather Fuck You" by NWA (1991). The second song I created using Fruity Loops and it was intentionally created to have a dark, sexual feel to it.

Sunday, October 21, 2007

"Neverending Story: Swamp of Despair" (my music video)

Excerpted from "The Neverending Story" (1984). The song is wholly my creation and it was created at the same time the video collage was created so that the two could be in harmony with each other.

Sunday, September 16, 2007

"Tyson's Losses" (my music video)

Videos excerpted from clips showing boxer Mike Tyson's losses. I created the song using Fruity Loops. You might notice, sometimes, that I synchronized the song to match the physical motion of what's happening in the clips -- the song was deliberately made to match the video clips and it is uniquely my creation.

Monday, September 3, 2007

"Iraq: Collective Punishment" (my music video)

I was viewing photos of the Iraq War in September 2007 and decided to make a video collage out of them to capture the pain and confusion of the Iraqis as war descended upon them.

The song was one I had made some years before, using Fruity Loops, but it fit the feeling of the movie's perspective perfectly:

Wednesday, July 18, 2007

Wallpaper from my old websites (my wallpaper)

When I first started trying to create a website, sometime ago, I just knew the theme had to be one of light within the darkness. Because, let's face it, the world is a very dark and chaotic place to live in (once you become self-aware, at least).

So these are the 2 photos I first used, as background wallpaper, when creating the website as an expression of the perceived self vs. the perceived world.

This was used also because of Plato's allegory about "The Cave" and how most people would rather stay inside the cave rather than wander outside into the painful light. Just google it and you'll know what I'm talking about -- but I'd rather you read the original works and REALLY understand where I am coming from...