World Premier Exclusive First Look!!
6” X 9” Individual print sets, S/N editions of 50. Debuting at the Monster-Mania Horror Convention this weekend, 28th Sept 2012, in Maryland, Philadelphia. Any remaining prints will be available online the following Monday, 1st Oct 2012, HERE.
This time, Gastly!
Leave me suggestions for what to do next! (Generations 1-2 for now please!)
President Barack Obama Riding a Killer Lion by Artist Jason Heuser
President Barack Obama rides his faithful / vicious lion while showing off his Star Wars Jedi and archery crossbow skills in artist Jason Heuser’s killer new Presidential illustration. 11” x 17” and 24” x 36” prints of his original and variant designs are available to purchase at Jason’s epic art store on Etsy.
I really love the Rampaged Reality love on the stock of his crossbow. The RR logo adds a menacing 1,000 x Damage!
it took me 329480982 years to realize that they’re all versions of the Cheshire Cat.
Creepymons by Chewy-Meowth
You gotta collect ‘em all, but in Chewy-Meowth’s horror-inducing interpretations, maybe it’s best you just let them do their thing.
iPhone Oil Paintings by JK Keller
Creative Tumblr blog of the day - animated gifs of arranged smudges on device touchscreen, reacting beautifully to the light.
[Note - these GIFs are not mine]
Pokemon Plushies by mochillery on DeviantArt.
They will be on sale soon at Karen’s etsy.
Hey everybody, listen up! Water has something to say…
Stop being such a creep water.
Creepy Pokemon Watercolors
Saw this today on Reddit and was astonished. Here’s a handful of terrific watercolors done by an artist known as Wednesday Wolf. Check out more Pokemon watercolors over here. Other of Wednesday Wolf’s watercolors can be found over at his awesome official site.
This awesome work of three-dimensional art, that tickles our fancy both as fans of Batman and graffiti, was created by a talented artist named Perspicere. Entitled BATMAN, the sculpture depicts the projection of the unmistakable Bat-signal as threads of white string shooting out of a black can of spray paint.
Perspicere used a mathematical technique to create the Bat-signal by filling the negative space with thread woven into geometric patterns. It’s a beautiful sight, but we can’t help thinking it might be a rather inefficient way to summon the Dark Knight.
[via My Modern Metropolis]