Articles with the tag artwork

Save 20% On All Marvel Artwork On Kult Studio

Valentine’s Day is just a few days away. Last minute shopping for gifts could be a big headache, but Kult Studio has got you covered. They’re currently offering a 20% discount on all their Marvel artwork. I don’t know about you, but that chill that ran up my spine usually means I’m about to bring […]

Sea is for Cookie!

This is what kids should be taught in school. NOT! Then again, looking at this piece of artwork makes perfect sense, doesn’t it? You can thank Jim Hensonmethamine for “Sea is for Cookie!”; and don’t forget the source of inspiration – The Great Wave off Kanagawa by Katsushika Hokusai. Source

Sexy Monsters Calendar and Print Giveaway

I’ve got a thing for calendars, but not just any kind of calendar, mind you. If you’ve been following us on Instagram, you’ve probably seen images from my Song of Ice and Fire calendar. If you’re into unique calendars as well, then you will probably be interested in the Sexy Monsters Calendar, the brain child […]

24 Grand Theft Auto Mashups

Can’t get enough Grand Theft Auto V? Neither can these artists, who’ve imagined GTA set in their favorite fictional universes.

40 Eye-Popping Mashups of Minions

Who can resist the charms of those delightfully madcap Minions? The little yellow assistants grow more popular by the day, and here’s proof: 40 mashups of Minions and other pop culture characters.

Our Post-Apocalyptic World

Books, movies, TV, and video games of late have depicted the end of the world in a wide variety of ways. Check out these 30 global landmarks and how they might look in a post-apocalyptic world.

The Ladies of Battlestar Galactica Get the Classical Painter Treatment

Just the other night, I was talking with an old friend about Battlestar Galactica. As “old” as the TV series is, we just don’t get tired talking about it. I don’t think we ever will. In fact, let me ask you: How did you feel after watching the final episode? Did you also feel as […]

Calling All Creative Portal Fans

Who wouldn’t want a full size replica handheld Portal device to play with, stare at, or simply show off? I suppose there are people who exist who couldn’t care less about Portal, but I think I am not wrong in assuming that a good number of you will be interested in joining an art competition with […]

This “Death Starry Night Print” – and More – Can Be Yours!

I think we’ve all seen and heard of the Van Gogh-Star Wars “collaboration”, resulting in one of the most recognisable print mashups in the geek world today: the Death Starry Night print. How would you like to have a Death Starry Night print, signed and all by the artist known by the name The Belligerent Monkey? […]

When Superheroes Go Noir

Some people just like it dark, and if you’re that type, you’ll appreciate the work of Marko Manev, a mixed media artist, comic artist, writer, freelance graphic designer, and illustrator all rolled into one. He has drawn up a bunch of superhero posters, but they are not your usual colorful, eye-popping artwork. Marko calls his […]

If the Elements in the Periodic Table Were Human…

It’s been a while since we saw something Periodic Table-related, hasn’t it? Thanks to The Mary Sue, I have a treat for those of you who can’t get enough of the Periodic Table. (Yes, we know you have the Periodic Table shower curtain in the bathroom.) Kaycie D. is an artist who, during her years […]

These Are the American Presidents Kicking Butt

Last week, we saw the horrific side of American presidents in Presidential Monsters. This week, it’s the crusading, avenging, and perhaps whimsical side of some of the most powerful leaders in the world that we see. In today’s relaxed manner of speaking, what might very well be the coolest thing you’ll see this week is artwork […]

Ben Heine’s Pencil Art Replaces Reality

Well, not exactly, but Ben Heine’s pencil art is a sight for sore eyes. The Ivory Coast-born Belgian artist has a formidable talent. Given a pencil, he draws sketches that he superimposes on other scenes. He actually calls this branch of his work “Pencil Vs. Camera” and is a wonderful blend of drawing and photography. […]

Hua Tunan’s Splatter Art Is the Best You’ll See This Week

Have you ever tried creating works of art by melting crayon and quickly blowing so that the melted material will splatter all over a white sheet of paper? The idea is to create something beautiful, albeit maybe totally indecipherable. I hope that there’s at least one who can relate, so I don’t feel too weird. […]

Tolkien Week and Previously Undiscovered Lord of the Rings Illustrations

It’s Tolkien Week this week, and it’s Hobbit Day on Saturday, September 22. Isn’t it but fitting to hear about previously undiscovered illustrations for the Lord of the Rings? Fans of Tolkien and his work can thank Dr. Paul Tankard, a senior lecturer and researcher at the University of Otago English Department for dusting the […]

The Most Breathtaking Game of Thrones Art You’ll See This Week

That is not an exaggeration. I’m actually willing to bet my week’s pay check that your jaw will drop (or something like that) once you see what Fay Helfer has done with some Game of Thrones characters. The first time I laid my eyes on her work, all I could think of was “Oh my […]

Blow Job Art: It’s Not What You Think [SFW]

Really. It’s not what you think. And yes, this post is totally safe for work. I think. They say that art is the expression of a person’s deepest emotions and thoughts. Some say that’s complete crap, but in this case – and many others – it does not matter. Brazilian artist Fernando de La Rocque […]

Torn Magazine Pages Turned to Art by Vik Muniz

Who said old, seemingly useless things cannot be used for art? Probably no one, but the work of artist Vik Muniz is a sight to behold. Muniz makes use of magazine pages – the colored kind – to create works of art. While this may not seem revolutionary, the remarkable thing about Muniz’s work is […]

Salvador Dali Does Alice in Wonderland

Alice in Wonderland has been part of many a childhood ever since Lewis Carroll wrote it in 1865. Since then, it has been the subject of many adaptations, from television to the cinema to comic books, and even live performances. And as can be expected, it has also influenced many different works of art. Speaking […]