Tuesday, July 31, 2012

wormworld 2

Here is another drawing i made on A4 bristol paper with different stdeaetdltler pens
I'm mostly concentrated on my way of doing strokes than what the drawing really means
I really enjoy playing with different pen sizes (and their usury) to create three-dimensional effect

Sunday, July 29, 2012

Nile's New Album

Not only amazing sounding -Nile is in my top 3 metal bands, up there with Vader and Satyricon- but the art and the vinyl packaging that I just bought is awesome. Maybe my only pet peeve with the art (even though I'm loving it) is that for someone like me who is well versed in Egyptian art, I can easily pick out the collage elements- like the bust of Nefertiti which brings out the fact  that this is clearly a digital image. But other than that its hands down great stuff.

In bed with Saint Lydwine

Friday, July 27, 2012

Keita Kurosaka

 I was under the impression that Midori-Ko was an upcoming film, but it came out 2 years ago, anyone know if you can buy it anywhere?

 Check out this really horrible Dir En Grey video he did...

Monday, July 23, 2012

The Nun who cried Wolf

If a wolf sees a man before the man sees the wolf, the man will lose his voice. If the man sees the wolf first, the wolf can no longer be fierce. If a man loses his voice because the wolf saw him first, he should take off all his clothes and bang two rocks together, which will keep the wolf from attacking.

Thursday, July 12, 2012

Zoltan, Hound of Dracula

I saw this last night and as someone who finds dogs making angry faces hilarious, I enjoyed it despite the boring scenes of humans acting. The scenes with vampire dogs hypnotising other dogs and humans with their glowing eyes were brilliant. Remake this and then make the next superhero blockbuster a Krypto the Superdog and Streaky the Supercat movie.

Monday, July 09, 2012

The Day of the Revenants

"The Day of the Revenants" - the first zombie film ever

This long lost masterpiece of early cinematography for decades existed only as a myth of the movie industry, until it was finally rediscovered in 1995 inside a hidden screening room of Erich Honecker's mansion in East Germany, the former German Democratic Republic.The movie was probably filmed in 1909 but was immediately censored and confiscated. It's only existing copy was taken to France as loot during the chaotic period of the German Empire's collapse some time towards the end of World War one. 

When Paris was later occupied by the Nazis it was returned to its country of origin. Minister of Propaganda Joseph Goebbels himself called it a "höchst entartet" (extremely degenerate) work of art. However, after Germany's defeat it was found by Soviet troops in his own private film collection. After that, the Iron Curtain concealed the further history of this unique production.

When it finally resurfaced in '95, unlike today, nobody really cared much about zombie films. The great zombie wave of the 80s was long gone and so only a few diehard fans, a couple of art students in Nuremberg, Bavaria took up the arduous task of restaurating and remastering the by then severely damaged material. It was screened on a handful of film festivals and raised a few eyebrows, but then it disappeared once more... until now.

At last, film history will have to be rewritten!

The Day of the Revenants from FuFu Frauenwahl on Vimeo.

I made this film in 1999 together with my dear friends S. Jerger and A. Breinbauer. We created all zombie masks ourselves. Here's a group photo from back then (I'm the guy on the far left):

Sunday, July 08, 2012

hi im the devil

Sometimes I just need to decompress. The work then usually becomes very raw and immediate, and not complex.  I suppose it's only natural anyone can get exhausted with working on a single piece of art for an extended time. 

Nice guy with nice hair

Thursday, July 05, 2012


outermost "C.U.D.L. 2/life as" cd-r released by [&] of matjaz galicic (who also did abnormal tapes) this cd-r contains 2 previously unreleased tracks by kei yokota AKA outermost from 2001. outermost was one of the first noise projects i discovered (a track on radio centraal) somewhere in the early '90s. apparantly he is no longer active in noise. matjaz.galicic@gmail.com

Monday, July 02, 2012

British Cheese Gardens

A golden oldie which was done together with my fellow countryman Matthias Giesen in 1996, for my anthology "Thank god it's Ugly", which was active until 2002. My pal did the pencils, I did the inking and the zip-a-tone. Actually, I miss those zip-a-tone days, and analogue printing. How about you, guys?