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Interrogation - Ink
SQUEEE! I love that she broke away from her (brilliant) character sketches to just focus on the interrogation scene. I somehow find myself in there at least once just about every show. Total favorite. Nicely captured with the motion and angular panels.
One of my best excuses for not producing much musical content this year is my involvement in the creation of The ScareHouse’s new Basement attraction.
If you count haunted houses, then you could say that I’ve been involved with immersive theater since I was twelve. But this year I had a chance to help create something closer to the type of immersive experiences I’ve been covering on this blog. For the Sleep No More fans who frequent this space, The Basement is best described as a series of unsettling 1:1 (or 2:1 or 2:2) experiences. Each one is designed to push different fear buttons or challenge you in some way. The focus is more on performance and interaction than the big sets and startle scares that the main ScareHouse haunt dishes out.
In this podcast episode we break down the many antecedents that inspired us, discuss our creative process, and speak to several of the members of the awesome cast who made The Basement come to life.
Some very excellent news!
Oh dear. This poses quite the quandary of the time + money variety.
This graphic is fabulous. It represents a tiny crash course in rhetoric. Learn these things. Put them on your wall. Whisper them into the breeze. These are THINGS TO KNOW.
You’re likely to hear these in any given microsecond of any opinion show on TV or radio. Especially the one-two punch of Strawman followed by an Ad Hominem attack, with a long ranting Slippery Slope as a sort of finishing move. Those people should have these tattooed on their arm.
The Porter - Ink and Watercolor
I’ve already reserved a wall in my house for the full set of these, and even Mrs. DD agrees that they would make a lovely addition to our art collection. And we don’t even have anything else SNM-related on our walls. I do have an original page from the Alan Moore / Eddie Campbell graphic novel From Hell and these will look nice nearby. Still need to look into printing and framing options.