Art—impossible to define? Maybe. Shocking, city-leveling awesomeness—impossible to define? No. Not after seeing this San Francisco mural, which shatters any concept of either art or awesomeness you might have, melding them together into one fantastic rainbow apocalypse. LASERS!
Yesterday a group of San Francisco artists decorated the front of the boarded-up Harding Theater with the greatest work of LOL-based art the world has ever seen.
Last night Saturday Night Live brought in James "Game-Changer" Cameron to reboot the entire Laser Cats series. Join Nitro, Captain Spaceship and special guest Ripley back in time. Plus the deleted Avatar sex scene remade by SNL.
The infinitely cheesy SNL Digital Short Laser Cats series got a $1 billion shot in the arm last night, courtesy a guest spot by James Cameron. See how many of his movie references you can spot before the "thrilling" conclusion.
And thus concludes our Charles Darwin birthday celebration. We'll resume the party in another 100 years, pending cats have not evolved eye and/or paw lasers thereby destroying us all.
I'm no curator, but these two air-dry clay cat sculptures, merged by mere fluorescent tubing and wired up to glow like the heavens, make me want to start a museum entirely filled with sci-fi animals locked in deadly combat. Sure, artist Steve Bishop was going for a more metaphoric approach, indicated by the name he…