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Flamebait: If male superheroes were treated equally by pin-up artists

Stephen Byrne has one picture on his Deviant Art profile at the time of posting. It’s this one. It has hundreds of comments. At a first glance it looks like another way to point out how female superheroes can be drawn very differently from male superheroes. Is there more to it, though? The title is […]

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Game of Thrones posters by Aki Yun Lee

These posters along with some Bioshock Infinite, Skyrim and Avatar art is available for purchase at This Side Up. They’re the work of Aki Yun Lee, who you can see more of on Deviant Art. The bad news? Only ships to the US.

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The art of Jonathan Kirtz

Jonathan Kirtz is an American artist who works on Warhammer Online: Age of Reckoning at Mythic Entertainment. He draws monsters, armour, mood paintings, props and architecture. A trusted manager; he’s in charge of the artist feedback to EA’s Shanghai team on the game. As these illustrations reveal, Kirtz is a fan of colour, lighting and […]

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Disney Princesses playing Dungeons & Dragons

Is this D&D Next or one of the earlier versions of Dungeons and Dragons? This illustration is the work of of Romanian artist Alexandra V Mihai. She’s done a superb job to capture the iconic characters here and earns lots of geek points for the D&D tribute. There’s rumours of a Society6 store in the […]

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The only morbid bone Cthulhu for you

This handmade Bone Cthulhu can be yours. It costs only a couple hundred squid. If you’re tempted then pop over to the Forgotten Boneyard on Etsy and place your order. The catch? Cthulhu won’t leave the States. That’s a shame. I rather like to think what might happen if customs opened the parcel.

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Card game illustrations from Yu Cheng Hong

We’ve featured Yu Cheng Hong‘s vibrant art before on Geek Native. This gallery is a collection of designs for app card games like Deity Wars, Ragnabreak, Dragon’s Shadow and the Atlantis Online MMO.

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If Disney characters had to survive the Walking Dead

This mashup is the work of French artist Kasami Sensei. His work takes familiar Disney characters and drops them into a world of zombie. This is a blend of The Walking Dead and a host of Disney designs. Which is your favourite?

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The art of Bastien Grivet

Grivet is a talented freelance concept artist based in France. He’s worked for game companies like Activision and Ubisoft. His website is up at GrivetArt.com and well worth a look. While you’re on the site check out his music and video work as well. Time well spent. In the meantime he’s a sampler of his […]

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Gotham’s Bad Girls

This piece is by Mimi Yoon and shows Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, Catwoman and Talia. It’s a sexy piece and that’s inline with how Mimi Moon usually draws. You can pick the print from Kult Studio. Here’s what they say about it; Known for her sensual portrayal of women, Mimi’s art has been exhibited at […]

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The dinosaur of Faith

There’s a town called Faith in South Dakota. The famous T-rex skeleton that was named Sue was found nearby. This, though, is a different sort of dinosaur. This T-rex is a scrap metal sculpture by the artist/cowboy John Lopez. Via Dakotagraph.

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