Like any other RuPaul's Drag Race fan, I'm addicted to this Fuck Yeah Tumblr dedicated to RuPaul, all the queens past and present, and the show itself. More importantly, thanks to this tumblr, I came across Chad Sell, an illustrator who has the charisma, uniqueness, nerve, and talent to capture the queens of Season 3 in their element, and at $5 a print, it's practically like he's doing it for free! He currently offers only Raja and Delta prints for sale as they're the only queens who have authorized him to sell the prints (see, he's a gentleman too). Hopefully, the other queens will get in contact with him soon. I'm gagging on the eleganza of Manilla's MacArthur Park /Big Bird illiustration!
We may be nearing the finish line for Season 3, but Ru likes to keep her schedule full, so she's ready to start receiving your casting applications for the next season of RuPaul's Drag Race! You can contact our casting department for more information here, and don't forget to tune in tonight to Logo for a very special clip show with guest appearances from Chaz Bono and last season's top 3: Raven, Jujubee, and reigning queen Tyra Sanchez.
Shareen, Josh, and Brent took the time to sign a few of their Envirosax bags for upcoming contests to coincide with Dresscue Me's premiere, April 19, at 10:30/9:30c on Planet Green. We will be giving away three signed bags: one here on the WOW Report, one on our Facebook page and one through Twitter. So make sure to LIKE and Follow us as there could also be surprises in the bags for our winners!
Also don't forget to keep watching the second season of The Fabulous Beekman Boys, now airing Tuesdays at 10/9c, also on Planet Green.
Nerd alert! The Legend of Zelda turned 25 earlier this week. Zelda was one of the first games to forego the linear path used in most video games at the time and instead created a larger environment built for exploration and discovery. WOW even profiled Zelda in their fantastic five-part documentary series, I,Videogame. Japanese artist AG+ created this incredible mural for the anniversary, and has now added a 14-minute time-lapse video showing the entire creation of this piece of art. It's a testament to the talent required to create something digitally in a culture where some may take such abilities for granted. I'd love to own a print of it, but I don't think my ceiling is tall enough!