Tuesday, April 13, 2010

Products: Frank Miller iPhone Skins

has added the artwork of Frank Miller to their ever growing collection of skins. The skins are designed for the iPhone 3GS, 3G, and Original. They cost $15.

Monday, April 12, 2010

Famous Scenes in Face Paint

Weird artist re-creates famous sci-fi scenes—with face paint!

This is just bizarre. Artist James Kuhn undertook a project to paint his face every day for a year. When his project succeeded in drawing some attention, he launched into it for a second year. Here are some of the best examples of his art.

Batman and Robin

Video: Pac-Man Illusion

I love how a part of the drawing is actually the reflection in the mirror. Brusspup has an entire Youtube Channel devoted to optical illusions. Pac-Man is one of the geekiest, but not necessarily the most amazing.

Sunday, April 11, 2010

Products: Apple Laptop Decals

Over at Etsy, Movie Magic Man is selling some really kick-ass decals for MacBooks. They cost anywhere from $7 to $18. Shipping costs are $1.00 if you’re in the US and $5.00 for everywhere else. Designs include DC Comic Characters, Lego Minifigures, Street Fighter, and Twilight.

Tuesday, April 6, 2010

Quick Pic: Cylon Easter Rabbit


Source: Roywassonvalle's Flickr via Make

Monday, April 5, 2010

Quick Pic: Naruto Egg

Best Egg Ever?  Jury's still out.

Sunday, April 4, 2010

Gallery: Nerdy Easter Eggs

Zombie Easter Egg by WonderDookie

The best part of Easter, apart from all the chocolate, is decorating the eggs. Here's a collection of shots of great eggs collected from Deviant Art users who seem to agree.

Gallery: Easter Bunnies

Happy Easter!

I hope you've all had a great Easter weekend.  Here's a bit of holiday inspiration to get the creative juices pumping.  This gallery was collected from around Deviant Art,  Click the image to visit the gallery of each artist.  I hope you all enjoy.

Easter Bunny

Saturday, April 3, 2010

Link Round-Up: April 3, 2010

Peep Show
The winners of The Washington Post’s annual Peeps diorama show (Peeps Show IV) have just been announced. The winning entry, "EEP" by Michael Chirlin and Veronica Ettle, recreated a scene from Pixar’s animated movie Up, beat over 1,100 other contestants to capture first place
Read more at the Washington Post
Check out a gallery of this year's entrants

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