Wednesday, June 30, 2010
Scribble by Ahmed Alrefaie
Damian Fulton is fascinated by the dichotomy and duality of Los Angeles seaside culture. The proximity of one of the world’s most diverse and congested cities to the Pacific coast provides fertile material for Fulton’s dark take on the California dream. Perhaps it’s in the water.
Tuesday, June 29, 2010
This life size model of the Predator was just awesome. He's on display for all to view in this little store on Crown Street in Wollongong Australia. He was made entirely out of spare parts like car engines and the odd mechanical component.
Source: The Mechanical Predator by Dluu
Day broke into geek stardom for her role as Vi on Buffy the Vampire Slayer, and has cemented her place in our hearts in her role as Codex in the kick-ass web series The Guild and then as Penny in Dr. Horrible's Sing-Along Blog.
Needless to say, Day gets a lot of love from fans. Below is a round-up of tribute art gathered from around Deviant Art. Enjoy!
Buy yourself a kick ass print for only $18 over at his Etsy Store.
Monday, June 28, 2010
Friday, June 25, 2010
|Dead Robot and Robot Rampage|
by Edward Pun
Fall of the Hyperion by Marcin Jakubowski may well be the single greatest steampunk composition I've ever seen. This image, which comes from the CG Gallery was created for the "Steampunk: Myths and Legend" competition at CGTalk.
Thursday, June 24, 2010
Wednesday, June 23, 2010
Nintendofu, but if I had a set of office filing cabinets, I might just take a day to stencil them like this.
|Video Wars by ~jnkboy|
Subscription-cover for the 42nd issue of LEVEL Magazine
Comics artist Jesse Hamm has undertaken the goal of drawing every single Doctor Who and companion in the history of Doctor Who. Hamm has finished just over twenty so far. You can browse a gallery of the completed drawings on his website.
Tuesday, June 22, 2010
Cat Staggs writes "Star Wars.com has posted my artwork for Celebration V. “To Hoth And Back” The print is the third a series of star wars propaganda posters. The previous two are pictured below. “Spirit of ”77” and “They Were Expendable” from Celebration IV and Celebration europe (London). For more information on Celebration V, go to www.starwarscelebration.com."
Today's gallery is all about Pixel Art. Who doesn't love these throw-backs to classic gaming? Though they may look old fashioned for graphics, pixel art requires meticulous attention to detail and some extraordinary patience.
Monday, June 21, 2010
French artist Baptiste Debombourg has come up with a new use for staples. Stapler art! Using some thirty-five thousand staples over the course of seventy-five hours, Debombourg created this astonishingly vivid composition, which was inspired by the story of Icarus.
Kind of gives you a new respect for that old Swingline sitting on your desk, doesn't it? Click through for some more inspiration.
Friday, June 18, 2010
Doctor Hoo by ~pu-samaJust when you thought the chibi fan art couldn't get any cuter... Evidently, drawing Doctor Who as an owl is a whole thing on Deviant Art now. At least, it seems to be growing in popularity. I'm personally very fond of the Tom Baker Hoos.
Thursday, June 17, 2010
Tuesday, June 15, 2010
Monday, June 14, 2010
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Thursday, June 10, 2010
Wednesday, June 9, 2010
I would love to mount this sign in a buoy
and float it into the gulf.
This sweet frakkin display was fielded by ChiefLUG at BrickCon 2008. Highlights of the display include a thirteen foot hangar, a 45-inch long mosaic of Galactica, and thirty-five ships, including Vipers, Raptors, and Raiders. It was built by Ryan Wood, Mark Sandlin, and Andrew Lee. Check out the full gallery at ChiefLUG's Flickr Photostream. See how the set was built at this second photostream.