What started out as a small Nonsense Society project became a big one, became a book, split onto a new website, and now is an ongoing webcomic/art-series. Here are some of the latest Nonsense Thoughts…
Sean Hardy is a dragon slayer.
“Lepore comes across a lone, common-man hero… Possessing a rubber-faced ability to slide cleanly into character and deadly accurate powers of observation, Lepore’s acting is integral to the success of [the piece] and worth the price of admission alone.
Here are the submissions from the first week of the Nonsense Thoughts Competition. Please vote and give feedback in the comments or email me your vote. ALSO – submit (or re-submit) for Round 2! Remember: winners will be published in the Nonsense Thoughts book. 1. Mary Robinson (Atlanta, USA)
I take a little pad of paper around with me, and sometimes I scribble things that come into my head. I’d like to share some of them here. I think you might like them. – Chris Collins.
I love using words to capture my feelings, and I love using a camera to capture the beauty of life. Meet Mellanie Carney, a 28 year-old poet/photographer from New Mexico, USA. Mellanie’s submission caught the attention of the Nonsense Society, because it combines two arts in one. We are all about this! Take a look […]
2009 has been an amazing year for the Nonsense Society. Thanks to all who have supported it and watched it grow. With a redesign within touching distance, the Society is poised and ready to bring new artists, authors, musicians, and filmmakers into it’s ranks. We love your creativity. We want to help you grow. 2010 […]
Nonsense Society artists reflect on simplicity.
The porch door jolts me from my movie, my breath catching in my chest. Dad’s just come home again. It’s 5:30 A.M., another sleepless night. I’ve tried everything: Benadryl, chamomile, weed. I for sure thought the weed would work. Maybe I need to try all three together. Dad is in the kitchen. The clank of […]
The second installment of Nicholas Collins’ incredible internet epic: Ace! King of Space. Seriously, it’s out of this world (haha). * * * Be sure to read “Ace: King of Space, Episode I” first!
When I first looked at the pencil art featured at the Society by Tuna Ferit, I was blown away. Revisiting it again several days later with a more discerning eye however… no, I was still blown away. The first and third submissions especially are bordering on photo-realistic. Looking at this art actually sparked a lively […]
Ace Gordon knocked on the door. It was an odd door, a little shorter than most, and in a bright lime green kind of color that just oozed eccentricity. The house that surrounded it was equally as odd, though not quite as lime green, as the paint had long since faded and not been reapplied. […]
A chilling collaboration of music by ChanLing Beswick, art by Jarek Kubicki, word by Cara Persico, and film by Danielle Mulcahy .