On March 11th, 2017, the SNL make-up team had only one commercial break to get Kate McKinnon out of her Jeff Sessions character and into her “Shud the Mermaid” character. Here’s a behind-the-scenes look at that transition.
One of the first female rockstars to come out of the San Francisco counterculture that was the 1960s, Jefferson Airplane singer Grace Slick is also known for that powerhouse voice – responsible for classics like ‘Somebody To Love,’ and ‘White Rabbit.’ At a time when studio production was limited and live concerts were almost always dominated by an incredibly loud band in direct competition with an even louder audience, it made it difficult to fully appreciate voices like Slick’s; but it’s in this isolated vocal track from ‘White Rabbit’ that we’re able to finally concentrate on the star of the song – Grace!
Maxwell, a 2nd class demon, continues his journey in the world of relativity. Inspired by “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Mickey Mouse in the Delta Dimension” by Romano Scarpa.
Maxwell, a 2nd class demon, wants to say one more thing on time and entropy in this micro episode. Inspired by “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and “Mickey Mouse in the Delta Dimension” by Romano Scarpa.
“Dryad” by photographer Kirsty Mitchell.
A seaside bonsai display.
A driftwood dragon.