Brandon Holt is a tattoo artist and illustrator working out of Minneapolis. This poster is his debut on Burlesque Design, comes in two colours, signed and numbered. You can follow Brandon via his Instagram account.
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File this under “I found it on etsy!” An actual Corgi Cthulhu, a Corgi-thulhu, for your wall and perhaps nightmares. The shop is Morbid Merry Goround and that’s a fine name. Here’s what they have to say about this Giclee paper print. In his house at R’lyeh, dead Cthulhu waits dreaming. Dreaming of belly rubs.
This collection of Doctor Who fan art, showing all current 11 Doctors and the TARDIS, is the work of deviant artist Erich Owen. Owen is based in the US and took a break from drawing James Bond when we started this collection of Timelords.
What would the government do in case of zombie outbreak? There would be a military response of course but if the outbreak was long and slow enough then there would also be a communications plan. The government would need to try and tell the population what to think. It might even need to raise funds. [...]
Artist Jason Mark was inspired by well dressed gangsters and villains in this Laughing Squid curated collection of Australian mugshots. The result? He turned some of Gotham’s favourite foes and Batman’s most frequent enemies into something similar. Check out his portfolio at Jempix.blogspot.ca for more fantastic (and often superhero) art.
As a gamer, a GM and an RPG blogger I have one constant challenge – art. I can’t write very well but at least I can write. I can knock out blog posts, curate content and share my opinions in reviews. I can’t draw though. I’d struggle to craft a stickman figure. If I [...]
This isn’t your average site in Paris. You have to wonder how it got there. Long ladders? With or without permission? Do the owners approve? Did the owners do it? What do you think? Share your thoughts in the comments below. Via Street Art News.
Back in March Geek Native featured the Magic: The Gathering trailer for 2014 that made its debut for PAX East. It’s a firey one. The character featured in Chandra Nalaar. Over at CGHub we can sample the art by Brad Rigney (aka Crypt Crawler) for Chandra.
These rather odd teapots, vases and cups are the creation of Mary O’Malley and for sale at Etsy. The collection is inspired by underwater creatures. It’s the gamer in me who takes one look at these tentacles, nods to himself and thinks; “Yup, this is how English Cthulhu cultists might enjoy their tea. Oh, how [...]
I suppose it’s not really cosplay if there’s no costume involved. That said; “cosplay” feels like the best word to describe these body paint transformations created by the deviant artist Tauart. The Russian has used his skills to turn human women into exotic looking aliens. Via Geyser of Awesome.