Pop culture goodness for the die-hards.


A veritable metric shit-ton of items, featuring custom artwork and designs by yours truly, are ready and raring for you to get purchase-happy. Arranged by category, you can preview the items here in the Catalog (more still to come), or browse your retailer of choice:


The most recently added work is below:



Every single way I can think of to describe how I feel about music is incredibly clichéd. So, I'll just have to own it, kids. Music is basically everything and I'm cliché as fuck. I don't really want to talk about it, though. So, just listen. (A.K.A. On occasion, I'll post a good song that makes me feel lots of things.)

The most recently featured songs are below:



You know how there's way too much TV nowadays? And you know how a whole bunch of it is pure crap and that's fucking exhausting? I’ve made all of that easier for you. I watch the most interesting seeming new shows and tell you bluntly and quickly if you should watch them too. Check out the microreviews!

The most recent batch of reviews are below:



Arthur Popular used to be Queeroid.com, The Qtv Review, and Queeroid Designs. Before that, it was Friendly-Wounds.com. And queeroid.net. And unknown-variable.org. And lots of other random things over the way-too-many years I've been doing graphic design. Ironic, oh-so-cool site names like Adored HatredNervous Calm, Full Emptiness, etc. abounded. There was also Melody Coated (sidebar: go listen to every single Esthero song right now); a whole mess of fanlistings way back in the day; even further back than that, there was ILB's IMG's, which I refuse to explain; and farther back still, there were, in fact, more embarrassing things you sure don’t need to hear about. But, basically, if words like "Geocities," "Angelfire," and "ICQ" make you emit a nostalgic "aww!" rather than a confused "um?" ... then you probably understand. (Hello to you, compassionate xennial!)

Anyway, today it's weird artwork and the music and TV I listened to and watched, respectively, while making it. Enjoy it all, if you would. (Please and thank you.)

Also, “Arthur” is not a person. It's a brand. (Apologies. "Popular" is not an actual surname.) See Manifesto for more.