Young Monsters

August 29, 2014 | 08:30 AM | 25 notes
uidahodigital:

Snoqualmie Falls, a 268 ft waterfall on the Snoqualmie River, is internationally known thanks to its appearance in Twin Peaks. 
From the Northwest Historical Postcards Collection. We’ll be featuring vintage postcards from the Northwest all summer, so stay tuned for travel recommendations. 

Hmmm, two of my favorite things combined: Vintage postcards and Twin Peaks.
Hmmmmmm.

uidahodigital:

Snoqualmie Falls, a 268 ft waterfall on the Snoqualmie River, is internationally known thanks to its appearance in Twin Peaks

From the Northwest Historical Postcards Collection. We’ll be featuring vintage postcards from the Northwest all summer, so stay tuned for travel recommendations. 

Hmmm, two of my favorite things combined: Vintage postcards and Twin Peaks.

Hmmmmmm.

August 29, 2014 | 01:52 AM | 6 notes

Long time readers of this blog may recall that over the last several years I animated two short stop motion films for the artist Bjarne Melgaard that were seen in shows of his in New York City and across the world.

Well, here, finally online, is the second short I animated/edited, ‘Pepto Abysmal.’ I just got tired of not having it be public so I am making it public, reaction be damned! (With that being said though if I am told by the artist to take it down I will.)

Now please bear in mind that Bjarne’s art reflects his life, and as he’s a Sado-Masochistic gay man from Norway, well, let’s just say, these animations that came from ideas of his might not be everyone’s cup of tea.

This is extremely NSFW and is graphic on a both literal and metaphorical level. If you have fond childhood memories of the Pink Panther that you don’t want ruined FOREVER, do NOT watch this.

I repeat, this is very NSFW and is intentionally eerie, artsy, graphic, funny, bizarre, and bewildering.

So, ENJOY. 

August 29, 2014 | 12:56 AM | 4 notes

Here is a tiny new poem comprised entirely out of anagrams of my name, Charles Pieper.

Leaches Ripper,

Cheaper Perils, Preacher Spiel,

Preaches Peril,

Seraphic Leper, Caliper Sphere, Scrappier Heel,

Hearse Cripple, Relapse Cipher, Harelip Creeps, Sappier Lecher,

Apple Cherries,

Paper Chiseler, Phials Creeper,

A Lecher Sipper, A Preciser Help, A Chirp Sleeper,

Each Lepers Rip.

August 28, 2014 | 12:22 PM | 3 notes
Me in 7th grade wearing the emperor penguin mask I designed and built (with great help from my dad) for a comedic sketch I wrote.

Me in 7th grade wearing the emperor penguin mask I designed and built (with great help from my dad) for a comedic sketch I wrote.

August 28, 2014 | 08:30 AM | 2 notes
Childhood drawing of a classic ol’ Dracula.

Childhood drawing of a classic ol’ Dracula.

August 27, 2014 | 02:49 PM | 1 note
Bow down to your blood red master. Give it all your time, all your eyesight, all your thoughts.

Bow down to your blood red master. Give it all your time, all your eyesight, all your thoughts.

August 27, 2014 | 08:30 AM | 1 note
Childhood drawing of a large spider.

Childhood drawing of a large spider.

August 27, 2014 | 12:39 AM |
Just finished reading this. The film adaptation is pretty spot on, though the book shows a bit more of the event’s aftermath on a wider scale. 

Just finished reading this. The film adaptation is pretty spot on, though the book shows a bit more of the event’s aftermath on a wider scale. 

August 26, 2014 | 08:30 AM | 42 notes

wizardlasers:

Twin Peaks Board Game

I’ve heard that this was one of the most dreadful boardgames ever made, in terms of actual board play. However, it’s twin peaks so YAY

August 25, 2014 | 03:39 PM |

Another night of weird dreams…

I had great difficulty getting to sleep last night and when I finally did I had massively epic narrative dreams of a scary nature….

I dreamt I went back to college in a sort of undercover fashion….College was now mostly outside, resembling the CalArts campus, and not Emerson at all…It was also as crowded as Comic-con. To accommodate the tons of students the campus was outfitted with thousands upon thousands of massive multiple bunk-beds, all set on top of themselves, over and over again, that rose up wildly into the sky as high as skyscrapers.

These giant bunk-beds were set up in a grid formation that covered miles of grasslands. Walking at their bases felt like walking in a New York City street for the bed constructions were so very tall…

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