One of our Dudest Priests has produced some seriously far-out jack-o-lanterns for Halloween this year. Check em out and think about making your own Dude-o-lantern!
Screw Waldo – Where’s Walter? And the Dude for that matter? A bunch of Dudeists have started to put together a map of the Dudeist demographic. Just getting off the ground so only a tiny fraction of our nearly 70,000 priests are on it, but if you will it dude, it is no dream.
Now this is really going to blow your mind. A highly commendable artist named Jim Horwat recently created an insanely detailed rendering of The Big Lebowski that really ties the story together in one fell swoop. Sure made us gasp to beat the band. Story, feeling, production values. This one’s got it all.
Dudeist art is still growing as a field of earnest artistic appreciation. And with this latest offering — a Lebowskian take on Leonardo Da Vinci’s “Last Supper” — it’s about time to get started on a bona fide Dudeseum. We commend it strongly.
You always knew that The Big Lebowski was the uber-movie, master of all the rest, but now we’ve got proof. See how every other movie in history (well, a bunch of them) ripped off elements of Lebowski. There’s a literal connection! Rev. Jorge Eduardo Alcalá brings the new shit to light.
Hey all you Church of the Latter-Day Dudes in Salt Lake City! There’s going to be a big Big Lebowski-inspired art show in your neighborhood. Promises to be durned innarestin’. Looks like Dudeism is the new Dadaism.
Want to get high-cultured? Take a trip to the Dude museum, courtesy of deviantArt.com. They’ve got a marvelously free-spirited array of highly-commended Lebowski-inspired art.
Wonder Boys came out a couple years after The Big Lebowski and got better reviews but few hard core fans. We suggest a re-viewing.
We’re now a patron of the arts! Our new section “Dudels” aims to promote fine Dudeist arts. Our art has been commended as strongly web-paginal.
Music plays a big part in The Big Lebowski. It also plays a big part in our everyday life – the music of social interaction isn’t composed with notes, but with attitude. Lone Dude is pickin’ up Good Vibrations in his first article.