“Racism; typos; filth; spam; ignorance; rage – that’s all the bottom half of the internet is good for, right?”
Ciaran Le Cool writes:
Rob Manuel (founder of B3ta) will be speaking TOMORROW night at le cool & Pilcrow’s first Spiel talk in South Studios – 27/28 New Row South, Dublin. Rob wants us to question those who say “Don’t read the comments section of the web.” The ‘war on comments’, he says, might just be an echo of a fourth estate that’s having trouble adjusting to the idea of an unwashed public disagreeing with their sacred opinions. Also, Ed Melvin (Publicis) will make a presentation on ‘The Unreal Engine’. Is Bitcoin bullshit? Are virtual currencies and economies important? Melvin says; Yes!
7.30pm. €5 entry. BYOB.
A follow up to Stephen Wildish’s 80’s movies alphabet, this time the 70’s.
You can also try his 60’s and 90’s alphabets
Another of the wonderful Stephen Wildish’s Friday Projects to test your knowledge of 80’s movies.
A mere taste of B3ta’s current image challenge: Safety Posters.
Above (clockwise from top left): the work of B3tards Captain Howdy, Dbroon, Bela Lugosi’s Dad and Hedgehog From Hell.
MORE: B3ta Image Challenge (NSFW)
B3tard Prodigy69’s offering in the current B3ta Advertising Agency image challenge.
From B3ta’s latest Photoshop Challenge: Sex Change Movies.
…to re-make films so they appeal to the opposite gender to the original – Star Wars for women, Dirty Dancing for men. And so on.
Challenge accepted by B3tards (from top, left to right): Freshwatermole, The Great Architect, Prodigy69, Afinkawan, Extinct Jesus Dossier and Op Op Op Op Op.
See the full collection here.
From British Tourist Board Posters: the latest image challenge over at B3TA.
Hilarious. And these are just the polite ones.
Clockwise from top: featured work from B3tards, Dave Compression, Bourbon Fox, Camp Freddy and Puromycin.
Three more from B3TA’s literal song title challenge.
Props to B3TArds (clockwise from the top): The Hedgehog From Hell, Riverghost and Camp Freddy.