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For any fellow Tapeheads out there who are looking for what could quite possibly be the ultimate piece of handmade home décor for the modern Videovore, I present to you, the hand-carved teak VHS coffee table from the analog-inclined woodcrafters at +76 design! Priced at just under $2000, you’re going to have to pay a pretty penny for this brilliant...
Lunchmeat is absolutely elated to announce the first installment of a VHS-fueled comic collaboration with the outrageously cool creative imprint Poor Milk, which is headed up by illustrator extraordinaire Tavi Veraldi! We call it Magnetic Memories: a growing collection of one-page comics focused on all kinds of groovy experiences and adventures all...
While recently going about my daily rewind-inclined wanderings around the world weird web, I was offered a chance to check out two totally killer, one most curious and one exceptionally informative, video-centric vintage newspaper clippings harvested from Newspapers.com, found courtesy of fellow Tapehead and all-around cool dude Julian DiLorenzo (@UncleSporkums)...
Most of the Videovores who pay regular visits to Lunchmeat Land are likely familiar with the video vindicating supplier Benny Junko over at VideoSanctum.com, but if not, be sure to check out this previously published interview on VS for some insight and essential info on the amazing amount of home video history they’ve uncovered! Through many...
As the admiration for our favorite format seems to continually abound through an array of artistic representations across the rewind-inclined world, it only seems proper for that celebration to ooze its way into the realm of amazing low-brow illustration. Allow me to introduce you to the Night Watch Crew: the most bodacious duo of Tallboy and Krusty...
A wave of totally righteous rewind-inclined excitement has recently rolled through the Videovore community in response a custom-painted, fully functional VCR from artist Sorce122, paying homage to one of the most iconic horror flicks of all-time: The Texas Chain Saw Massacre! Initial posts and VHShares of the aesthetically amazing VCR sent many Tapeheads...
Most Tapeheads in tune with the current analog underground may recognize the Forever Bogus brand for their participation in the creation of some of the most bodacious seasonal VHS mix-tapes to ever enter modern Videovores’ VCRs with A Totally Bogus Halloween and A Very Merry Bogus Christmas, but beyond their knack for putting together these variety-stacked...
If you grew up skating (or even just appreciating)  in the 90s, then you probably have an affinity for the guerilla-style, direct-to-VHS skate videos that dominated that particularly prolific era. This distinct filmmaking aesthetic, replete with low angle camera shots and fish eye lenses, sonically-fueled by indie hip-hop, punk and alt-jazz soundtracks,...
Some radical rewind-inclined news has recently hit the street from Ed Templeton and his staple skateboarding outfit Toy Machine with something that’ll make that fakie boardslide a little smoother while simultaneously helping you celebrate your favorite format: a fresh slab of VHS-shaped curb wax, man! Available now through Toy Machine’s official...
Here’s a little blast from the past that I just had to VHShare with all the Videovores here in Lunchmeat Land! While perusing the world weird web on my perpetual search for rewind-inclined goodies, I came across this little slab of analog advertisement from R. J. Reynolds / Salem cigarettes. In 1989, they ran a promotion for a free blank videotape...
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