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Earlier this month we were marveling at this Breath of the Wild Princess Zelda cosplay and the fantastic custom Sheikah Slate prop that came with it. Needless to say, this officially licensed sketchbook replica would have made things easier. [click to continue…]

Mondo has unveiled this stunning Labyrinth poster by Laurent Durieux along with enamel pins from DKNG that include Sir Didymus on Ambrosius, a Fireys and his detachable head, and the Worm.

As is Mondo’s frustrating custom, the poster and the pins will be available on Mondo’s website at a random time today (5/18) and will sell out in a blink of an eye (you’ll want to follow them on Twitter for the announcement). Take a closer look at the posters and the pins below. [click to continue…]

Warhammer 40,000 has some really talented fans. You can add Richard Boylan to the list thanks to his series of animated shorts built around the audiobook narration of the novel Helsreach by Aaron Dembski-Bowden. The art is stunning and unique—Dembski-Bowden was blown away by them, saying that the shorts were “absolutely incredible”. [click to continue…]

Mondo’s next gallery show “Mondo x Cyclops Print Works Present Never Grow Up: A Disney Art Show” kicks off this Friday, April 28th, and they’ve spent the last few weeks teasing us all with glimpses of the spectacular artwork that will be on display. Becky Cloonan’s take on Fantasia caught our eye right away, but there’s plenty more where that came from. [click to continue…]

Once upon a time an education blog mistook artist Aja Kusick’s painting of the Eiffel Tower for an actual Van Gogh. Realizing that the legendary impressionist likely never saw the iconic structure, Kusick decided to embark on a new series of works inspired by his style and starring additional subjects he never laid eyes on. You, on the other hand, are probably quite familiar with them. [click to continue…]

Artist Isabelle Staub was experiencing a creative block, so she channeled her love of Disney to help her work through it. The result is a series of gorgeous digital paintings of Disney princesses in a “realistic” style. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]

Artist Butcher Billy is known for his clever mashups of music and comics. This time, he’s used the titles of classic heartbreak songs as inspiration for Stephen King-style book covers. I’ll bet Man Eater is terrifying. [click to continue…]

Japan is well known for dispensing anything and everything through vending machines, so it’s increasingly difficult to find one that truly surprises you. This origami vending machine represents one of those rare moments. [click to continue…]

These realistic Ice King and Lemongrab Adventure Time busts from artist Adam Edwards are incredibly impressive. So much so that I don’t think that I could handle this level of creepiness in a live-action movie. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]

Artist Joey Spiotto is back with some much-needed additions to his Little Golden Book covers series. These additions include Logan, Westworld, Suicide Squad, The Matrix, They Live, The Walking Dead and more. Check them out below. [click to continue…]