Monday, August 30, 2010
Fanboy has a funny Batman / Calvin and Hobbes mash-up.
If You Give A Graphic Designer a Credit is a parody of "If you give a Mouse a Cooke." It's funnier if you actually have the book to see how close it mirrors the actual story.
Meet Arria, a new sculpture which is also the new figurehead of Cumbernauld, Scotland. Links to the construction phases here and here.
Space Squid Takes Sci-Fi Back to Clay-Tablet Age
Friday, August 27, 2010
Thursday, August 26, 2010
Saturday, August 21, 2010
"You'll most likely lose it again, anyway," Han told Eeyore-AT-AT
Concept art pays tribute to the richness, as well as the realism, of George R.R. Martin's Westeros
Download your own X-Files Style FBI Badge
Fandomania has posted a round-up of Sarah Kerrigan (Starcraft) fan art.
James Hance hasn't returned (yet) to his comic strip of Han Solo and Chewbacca as Calvin and Hobbes, but he has began selling prints of Wookie the Pooh.
Friday, August 20, 2010
What if Photoshop became self-aware and turned against you? Alanbecker over at DeviantArt answers that question, using Flash to animate a stick figure man plotting against his creator—with the very tools that gave him life. When you’re done, there’s a sequel.
Thursday, August 19, 2010
This has been my favorite desktop for months, maybe years now. I've only just realized yesterday that it was taken from the Dresden Codak webcomic. I need a t-shirt with this on it, but for now, I have to make due with the desktop wallpaper. Cheers.
Wednesday, August 18, 2010
A look at the many logos of the Batman.
The Story of Google Doodles
Winston Zeddemore looks awesome in this glow-in-the-dark illustration by Peter Wonsowski! He created this ectoplasmic masterpiece for Gallery 1988’s 3G show.
Tuesday, August 17, 2010
Saturday, August 14, 2010
Fandomania has posted a round-up of Boba Fett fanart
Ghostbusters tattoo design by Scott Derby for the upcoming Ghostbusters, Gremlins, and Goonies show at Gallery 1988.
Inception NES game cartridge
Yurock has posted a gallery of Amazing Artwork Made of Junk
Thursday, August 12, 2010
Bryan Connor designed a new 826 tutoring center in Baltimore called The Stuff of Dreams, and designed the facade and various items for sale in the theoretical shop, including an Instant Nightmare Rescue Kit.
Check out this limited edition R2-D2 Droid Phone
Eric Ulrich over at 3tongallery has pulled together an awesome poster of 35 stunning images of space helmet reflections.
In this post-apocalyptic diorama, Hell comes to Lego Land
Wednesday, August 11, 2010
Tuesday, August 10, 2010
The Art of Manliness has posted a gallery of 14 Famous Man Rooms
The Headless Horseman to gave out free carriage rides to promote the Tim Burton exhibition in Melbourne
Katie Cook has created uber cute Precious Moments-style Star Wars prints for Star Wars Celebration V
Kentucky Fried Samurai guards the honor of this franchise
Monday, August 9, 2010
PO! by Patricio Oliver
Artists are submitting illustrations of nightmares to the 200 Suenos Ilustrados project.
Dalton Ghetti carves Incredible Miniature Sculptures from Pencil Tips
Design Crave has posted a gallery of 18 Incredible Examples of Graffiti Art
The Wacky Owl has a round-up of Cupcakes to Suit The Geeks Taste
The zero-g scene from Inception in Lego by Iain Heath.
Friday, August 6, 2010
|Vessel by Silas Finch|
The Bjarke Injels Group (BIG) won an international competition with their design for Kazakhstan’s National Library, a flowing twist of metal and glass. The finished building will be shaped like a Möbius strip!
Thursday, August 5, 2010
Don't forget to watch The Guild
Ballpit Cubicles put the fun back into nine to five!
The Camera Lens Mug is the perfect gift for that special photographer in your life
If anything's going to drive me to drink, it's Grand Malt Liquor from OtisFrampton
Lego microscale trench run by Matt "Monsterbrick" Armstrong is a reenactment of Star Wars
Someone has whipped up a Firefly / Star Trek mash-up, but they didn't think it through very well. Zoe belongs in red. Jayne should be in yellow as the Chekov of Firefly. And clearly River should be the Orion Slave Girl. Tell me I'm wrong.
Source: Dad's Big Plan
Wednesday, August 4, 2010
Sky Dart By Dirk Eidner
While nature photography is all well and good, what I really love is a good gallery of human feats of engineering, particularly architecture. Here are a few photographs I've found while surfing around the net. They don't share any particular theme, other than that I personally like them, but quite a few are vaguely futuristic.
Tuesday, August 3, 2010
Jared Axelrod created a Perdido Street Station Memento Box, complete with Dreamshit vials, Grimnebulin’s notebook, and the Weaver’s scissors.
Only outside Comic-Con
Tested has an AMAZING gallery of 850 Cosplay Costumes from Comic-Con 2010. Clicking this link is a seriously good way to loose track of an afternoon.
This may be the World’s Greatest Homeless Sign Ever!
Womansday has a gallery of Art Made of Money - Sculptures Created Out of Dollars and Cents
Monday, August 2, 2010
BP fish oil supplements by Luke Bott, found via FFFFound!
Download the BP oil slick monster from Marko Zubak.
Laurie Lipton has created an amazing collection of charcoal and graphite sketches inspired by the Steampunk movement entitled "Machine Punk" for the La Luz de Jesus Gallery.
Moritz Resl’s just-for-fun alternative minimalist poster for Inception and a second version done in an Escher-inspired retro style. These in addition to the previous minimalist Inception poster from Trent Walton.