These two trailers played back to back before Deadpool last night. It made me chuckle.
After all of the hype, I expected more. Much more. Instead I got a great concept wrapped in endless pop-culture references and poor writing. Now all I want to do is re-read Snow Crash.
Boy, what a great show. I was just kinda sorta into KONGOS before, but I am a fan now after being treated to that musical feast for the eyes and ears. Whether playing their own floor-stomping tunes, their dad’s seething ’70s rock, or even a cover of The Beatles (yes they were bold enough to go there) KONGOS owned that stage and showed us all an amazing time. I will happily throw my money at them the next time they roll through Denver, although I have a feeling it will be at a much bigger venue when that happens.
The kind folks behind DIY Graphics Magazine recently released their latest issue and it’s all about typography. Sprout Serif makes an appearance in the section on handwritten fonts and I’m totally honored they chose to feature my little font. The magazine itself is a great resource and definitely worth checking out. You can find it in the App Store here.
In preparation for the newest Godzilla film to come out of Hollywood, we decided to revisit the last Godzilla film to come out of Hollywood. “It can’t possibly be as bad as I remember,” I said to myself. True. It was worse.