Scrap Metal Boba Fett by Metalpark
Friday, December 31, 2010
Tyler Stout created a mind-blowing poster for each of the three Star Wars films, plus several variants. The main editions are 24″ x 36″ screenprints, have editions of 850, and will cost $50 each. The variants have editions of 275 and will cost $100.
They go on sale at Mondo Friday 12/31.
Thursday, December 30, 2010
See more custom vinyl sculptures at Kodykoala's Photostream
Wednesday, December 29, 2010
The video above was created over 3 days by 3 animators across 450 pages. No animation software was used whatsoever, just Google Docs’ presentation app. As proof, you can actually view the original presentation, but be warned, it's a huge file.
This is the most glorious waste of time that I have ever witnessed involving productivity software. Bravo! I am officially a Google Docs user for life.
Tuesday, December 28, 2010
40,000-year-old rock paintings are alive. "These organisms are alive and could have replenished themselves over endless millennia to explain the freshness of the paintings' appearance," Professor Pettigrew told BBC News.
Artist Cheong-ah Hwang creates amazing sculptures in layers of paper, including Alice in Wonderland, Comic book superheroes, and Star Wars.
Atlantis – An Inconvenient Truth is a gorgeous short film created for the CGSociety's Steampunk Challenge.
There's no better to ring in the New Year than with a carved Cthulhu idol of your own.
If you enjoy Hello Kitty mash-ups, then you have to see Yodaflicker's Photostream. He has an enormous collection of the things, and they're all original. Check out some of them below.
Peter Ammentorp began wondering what he would look like if he were Na'vi, the sapient humanoid indigenous inhabitants of Pandora in the movie Avatar.
Out came the laptop, and under the power of Photoshop, Ammentorp was transformed from human to Na'vi in no time. I know that there are many online applications out there that will do something similar to an uploaded photograph, but they don't produce results like this. Those online utilities tend to produce something that comes across like demented Smurfs.
Saturday, December 25, 2010
Friday, December 24, 2010
This may very well be the most bad-ass Christmas card ever. D-Mac is definitely an artist to bookmark.
A family of AT-AT's celebrate Christmas together
Nothing says librophile like a Christmas Tree of Books
"Remember, bad children get coal. Good kids get solar panels, which are much more fuel efficient."
“The shopping cart tree symbolizes both generosity and abundance, as well as acknowledging those less fortunate where their whole world may be housed in a cart. We see shopping carts every day and take them for granted. Individually the beauty of an everyday object may become invisible, but in quantity you can’t miss it,” says Anthony Schmitt of his design.
The 2010 tree is made out of mostly full size carts with some smaller versions at the top to create a forced perspective of height. The carts are supported by an internal structure that remains nearly invisible, allowing the carts to seem like they were merely stacked atop one another and left in that perilous formation.
Thursday, December 23, 2010
How do you get a Comic Sans user to stop, just stop? An eloquent, well-designed, appeal. With stickers!
In his documentary about beautiful equations, art critic Matthew Collings explores the ways in which scientists are guided by beauty, and artists search for truth.
Werner Herzog Reads Twas The Night Before Christmas. Previously in the series, Werner Herzog Reads Where's Waldo, Werner Herzog Reads Madeline, Werner Herzog Reads Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel, and Werner Herzog Reads Curious George.
You Bent my Wookie has an excellent gallery of ultra-geeky Gingerbread creations.
Wednesday, December 22, 2010
Monday, December 20, 2010
Sunday, December 19, 2010
Vi Hart whets her audience's appetite for math trivia while at the same time offering a double helping of math class humor. Vi calls herself "a recreational mathemusician." She talks faster than a machine gun, loves math, and draws like a dream. Her newest video: "Doodling in Math Class: Snakes + Graphs" is eye-popping.
If you like the video, make sure you watch Vi Hart's other videos, "Doodling Binary Trees" and "Doodling Stars."
Saturday, December 18, 2010
I have nightmares about my dessert biting back that start something like this. These monstrous gingerbread house is the creation of German Kaiju artist Paul Kaiju. Paul has been doing these for a few years now, and each one is more incredible than the next. Not only are they fun to look, they're also completely edible.
Friday, December 17, 2010
These posters from artist Eric Tan are 16" x 24" screen prints featuring glow in the dark inks. Each one is hand numbered, and only 240 of each print will be available. Price: $40 each
8-bit alike stop motion, made with coins
38 Snowmen Nightmares: Calvin and Hobbes In Real Life
Kerfuffle in the LA Art Scene: the possibility that both the mural and its whitewashing are the art - from artist Mario Muller's Truffle Hunting
The Top 14 Astronomy Pictures of 2010
Wednesday, December 15, 2010
Tuesday, December 14, 2010
Monday, December 13, 2010
16 Porn Parodies of Famous Video Games [SFW]
Casino R'lyeh Cthulhu Mythos Poker Cards by Heather Hudson.
Download your own Robotic Panda paper toy ... or a Cute Panda paper toy
What do you get when you cross an octopus with a bunny?
"I was fed up of seeing so much slick and glossy poster versions of the forthcoming Tron sequel that I felt like doing a "dirty" version. I tried to make it look like an old style movie poster complete with fold marks and coffee stains!"
Thursday, December 9, 2010
"Christmas Yoda" by Tsuneo Sanda
The anatomy of the Pilsbury Dough Boy
David Lanham has posted some kick-ass steampunk desktop icons
How to Draw Domokun in Six Easy Steps
Skylines made with old computer parts
Thomas Perkins' Lunch Bag Blog features some really elaborate brown bag doodles.
Created by Justin Van Genderen, the collection includes minimalist yet somehow lavish and iconic representations of Batman's hometown of Gotham City, Superman's beloved Metropolis, two versions of Marvel's New York featuring the Fantastic Four and Spider-Man, and, most impressively, a lovely look at Neo-Tokyo from Akira.
All of Genderen's beautiful posters are available for purchase at ImageKind ($18), and you can see the collection right here after the jump.
Monday, December 6, 2010
Thursday, December 2, 2010
I made two of these pretties. One for sloth003 in the stocking swap, and one for my DH's community workshop classroom.
The technique I settled on was to choose the fabrics for the ground, water, and sky, scan them in to the computer, and piece them there for the background. Then I created the tardis graphic and the building, then printed it on fabric with Bubble Jet Set.
Then the quilt has an LED embedded in it that fades in and out behind the beacon (it's brighter in person).
Wednesday, December 1, 2010
300&65 Ampersands is a Tumblr blog celebrating the beauty of the ampersand.
35 Entertaining 404 Error Pages
CoolVibe offers this layer-by-layer examination of how a Starcraft Terran Medic is illustrated.
DP Shot has posted 35 Jaw-Dropping Examples of High Speed Photography
Staggering Cache Of Picassos Turns Up In France. A retired French electrician and his wife say they stashed 271 pieces of never-before-seen works estimated to be worth at least $80 million in their garage. The works are believed to be authentic, but it's not quite clear how they came to be in the couple's possession. Pierre Le Guennec, 71, reportedly says Picasso gave him the works as gifts, raising the central question of this story: why don't I get gifts like this?