The music swells up, with a bombastic singer proclaiming, “Up from the depths, 30 stories high!” as Godzilla, a terrifying prehistoric monster who can wreck untold destruction unto humanity, rises from the waves. He roars and then breathes fire so powerful that it incinerates the opening title. This is one dinosaur you don’t want to fuck with.
We then cut to Godzilla’s sidekick and nephew, Godzooky. The music plays light and bouncy as the whimsical little lizard flies clumsily through the air and crash-lands in an adorable way onto the deck of the ship. As the music vaudevilles it up, Godzooky rolls around and looks into the camera with his doe eyes. This is one dinosaur you may want to fuck with.
We then cut back to a nightmarish hellscape of scorching flames. What the hell is this series? It seems pretty clear that the producers wanted to appeal to children at the same it was scaring the living shit out of them.
Fiber art installation by Icelandic artist Ýrúrarí. She made this piece specifically for our exhibit last year and travelled all the way from Iceland for our grand opening art crawl in Boston! The piece was inspired by Rick and Morty and explores the aesthetic of traveling between multiple dimensions.
Some of the new works by Polish cartoonist Pawel Kuczynski
(featured previously) who
has been rewarded with more than 100 prizes and distinctions creating thought-provoking illustrations that comment on social, economic, and political issues through satire.
Let’s make #CrossConnect the most popular hashtag on Twitter!