Artist Andrew Dat Tran has taken a selection of Game of Thrones characters and reimagined them as part of the Star Wars universe. As you’ll see, the execution is fantastic.
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Check out the entire series below. Trust me, it’s great stuff. [click to continue…]
When a group of co-workers received a new pool table at work, they set about decorating all of the balls with hand-painted emoji faces just for the hell of it.
The resulting game, dubbed “Poolmoji” seems to make the game more fun. Clearly, the balls have strong emotions about their role in the game.
Maybe you don’t even need numbers and stripes to play a proper game—just make it happy emotions vs. sad emotions. The cue ball can have a neutral expression while the 8-ball is represented by the dead face emoji.
At any rate, if you want to play Poolmoji, you’ll need to find someone with decent painting skills. But I wouldn’t be surprised if these became a real product down the line.
See Poolmoji in action in the video below. [click to continue…]
Coloring books! Anyone can color in the lines. However, Twitter user Bankokukun took things a few steps further by delivering these terrifying images of an insanely muscular Pikachu and Pancham.
Check out the original tweets, complete with more mildly unsettling art below. [click to continue…]
We recently saw an anime spin on Captain America: Civil War and this amazing series by NeoArtCorE is in the same realm only with a more realistic style.
Check out the entire series below (and yes he does take commissions). [click to continue…]
Artist Jim McKenzie has produced a video chronicling the creation of a meticulous scarecrow sculpture starting with sketches and continuing on to a remarkable epoxy clay character that is precise down to the finest detail.
The figure was crafted for a solo exhibition entitled “Lost Magic” which will run through July 2 at Santa Monica’s Copro Gallery.
Check out the video below. It will surely give you a whole new appreciation for the patience and skill needed to create such a work. [click to continue…]
For his latest art project, Carlos Fabián Villa decided to create these great character profiles of popular X-Men characters. As you can see, he’s definitely derived some inspiration from the classic animated series. So far, he’s released images for Cyclops, Sabertooth, Jean Grey, and Rogue.
Check out the rest of the series below, along with animated GIFs that highlight the process from sketch to completion. [click to continue…]
We absolutely love this Game of Thrones-inspired illustration from Brian Kesinger, which was made during a break in his busy schedule of creating awesome Star Wars / Calvin and Hobbes mashups. [click to continue…]
While artist Javier Burgo may be the lead designer for Angry Birds over at Rovio, his art is not confined to birds and pigs. Thankfully, he’s been sharing some of this art online, and it’s filled with versions of your favorite characters rendered in his unmistakable style.
I’m particularly fond of his Earthworm Jim and Suicide Squad Joker.
Take a few and check out more of his work below. [click to continue…]
Star Wars has inspired all kinds of art in the 39 years since the release of the original movie. But this infographic by graphic artist and illustrator Martin Panchaud may be the most epic art I’ve seen yet.
Panchaud has created a 403-foot scrollable infographic that tells the entire story of the Special Edition of Star Wars: A New Hope.
Even Mark Hamill was impressed: [click to continue…]
Over the last few weeks, a pretty nerdy Post-It note war has been escalating on Canal Street in New York City, with ad agencies like Havas Worldwide, Horizon Media, Cake Group, Biolumina, Harrison and Star getting in on the action.
Well, Havas just went nuclear—and the shockwave could be felt for miles.
Surrender is imminent, but you can follow the battle as it unfolded on Twitter at #canalnotes.
(via ADWeek and Reddit)