This light painting looks super eerie as we see an otherworldly Pac-Man being chased by ghosts as if they just broke through to our reality. That would be scary as hell. Luckily this is just a light painting by photographer and light artist Michael Bosanko.
10 years ago, pop artist Brandon Bird found an X-Men coloring & activity book filled with awful sketches at a dollar store. Brandon eventually decided to turn it into a collaborative work with his fellow artist friends.
These slug and snail earbuds are pretty clever, but also pretty gross. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want any slugs or snails sticking their heads in my ear and whispering sweet nothings when music isn’t playing.
Bioshock’s Big Daddy almost looks cute in this animated gif made by artist Shawn Michael aka Theomeganerd. The mashup was originally the idea of Verso, who drew the Big Daddy and Little Sister in the style of My Neighbor Totoro for a T-shirt graphic.
Not too long ago we saw some carved crayons that looked like Doctor Who’s sonic screwdriver. As cool as those were, they were no match for these new carved crayons from artist Hoang Tran from Wax Nostalgic.
Etsy seller Brian Reedy makes woodcut prints with geeky subjects, including Star Wars, Adventure Time as well as Marvel and DC characters. His work is not as detailed as Jed Henry and David Bull’s Ukiyo-e Heroes, but they still cast familiar characters in a new, er, old light.
Nickel carving goes way back. It has been an American tradition ever the Great Depression, when some homeless people carved designs into nickels, selling them for more than five cents. That is why they are called “hobo nickels.”
Chances are that you may have run into James Haggerty at the office supply store and you didn’t even know it, because the man must have made several trips there, buying tens of thousands of staples, which he uses to create intricate mosaic portraits of Star Wars characters.
I always get a kick out of mashups of films that I loved as a kid. I really like this new work from artist James Hance. He has taken Princess Leia complete with her giant hair buns and put her in a picture with Indiana Jones.
This painting of Daenerys Targaryen, the mother of dragons, is simply stunning. You just want to stare at it. This masterpiece was created by New York-based artist Sam Spratt, who usually develops art pieces for clients.
Look at these amazingly cute robots. Steve Talkowski made these robot images for an art challenge called March of Robots. They look like actual toys or models, but sadly they don’t exist in the real world.
Daleks are pretty ominous creatures to begin with, but this cool ultimate Dalek design is kinda terrifying. To be honest, I’m not sure that the Doctor can take on this thing, let alone an army of them.
We’ve all seen the famous Dogs Playing Poker paintings. The Doctors Playing Poker version is soooo much better. It is the work of artist SugarHappyJax, who should really write for the show. I would have totally watched this episode.