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Tag: Art

Fighting Game Backgrounds as Animated GIFs: !THGIF

Fighting Game Backgrounds as Animated GIFs: !THGIF
We’ve seen a website dedicated to videogame logos and another one obsessed with start screens. Redditor RudeBottie has another similarly niche collection of videogame assets: its devoted to the background scene in fighting games. While it’s nowhere near complete you can still lose hours just staring at the collection, because they’re presented as animated .gifs:

55-inch LG Gallery OLED TV Looks Like a Framed Picture

55-inch LG Gallery OLED TV Looks Like a Framed Picture
If you think back to when flatscreen TVs first hit the market one of the things that a lot of people wanted to do was mount them on the wall. The problem with mounting most LCD and plasma TVs on walls is that they’re often too thick and heavy, and most of them just ended up sitting on entertainment centers.

If Girls Were Internet Browsers

If Girls Were Internet Browsers
This isn’t the first time someone was inspired to design women’s fashion based on web browsers, and it probably won’t be the last. Photographer Viktorija Pashuta wanted to combine fashion and technology and came up with this fashion editorial that’s called “What If Girls Were Internet Browsers?“

Foodscapes: Complex Landscapes Constructed Entirely from Food

Foodscapes: Complex Landscapes Constructed Entirely from Food
Think you have an infatuation with food?  Well, as always, you’ve been one-upped.  Carl Warner, artist and designer, is more of a foodie than you will ever be. He has used his computer graphics skills in combination with his physical “playing-with-food” abilities in order to construct some of the most marvelous landscapes that this planet has ever seen: foodscapes. 

Haunted Art Gallery Wants to Scare the Bejeezus out of You

Haunted Art Gallery Wants to Scare the Bejeezus out of You
Art museums aren’t exactly the most exciting places to visit, especially for kids. Sure, there’s a lot of great art to be seen, but there’s not much fun to be had since all you can do is look and not touch.

Nintendo Controller LED Wall Art: A Gamepad for your Pad

Nintendo Controller LED Wall Art: A Gamepad for your Pad
Looking for something classy to hang on the wall of your man-cave? Something that screams video game geek, but has a classy feel? Well, this Nintendo Controller LED Light Art may be just the thing.

Tank Vader: The Ultimate Power in the Universe

Tank Vader: The Ultimate Power in the Universe
Darth Vader. He’s one of the best parts of the original Star Wars saga. What if you could turn him into a badass Sith tank and let him loose on your enemy?

MissingNYC: The Big Apple in a Bottle

MissingNYC: The Big Apple in a Bottle
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure. If you used to live in the Big Apple or have an affinity for the city that never sleeps, then I have no doubt that you’ll find MissingNYC interesting.

Fallen Princesses: When Fairy Tales End with ‘Unhappily Never After’

Fallen Princesses: When Fairy Tales End with ‘Unhappily Never After’
Princesses have it all. Or do they? All of Disney’s tales end with happily-ever-afters. They are called ‘fairy tales’, after all. Dina Goldstein decided to inject a bit of reality into their stories though and came up with this series, which she aptly dubbed Fallen Princesses.

Watercolor Cookies Look Like They Belong in an Art Museum

Watercolor Cookies Look Like They Belong in an Art Museum
These watercolor cookies are a masterpiece in themselves. In fact, they look so pretty and artsy that it almost seems like you’re committing a crime against art if you take even one bite out of them.

TRON Kevin Flynn PCB Portrait: Fatherboard

TRON Kevin Flynn PCB Portrait: Fatherboard
The intriguing appearance of printed circuit boards or PCBs have inspired works of art. But Taylor John Brooks figured out a way to make art out of PCBs themselves. What better way to show off his craft than with a portrait of the man who got into the digital frontier?

Improbability Art Series Transforms Everyday Objects into Unusable Objects

Improbability Art Series Transforms Everyday Objects into Unusable Objects
One-eyed sunglasses? Square un-rolling pins? Keyboards with pins sticking out of them? These are just some of the things that Italian artist Giuseppe Colarusso has transformed for his very unusual series called Improbability, where everyday objects are turned into their highly unlikely counterparts.

Manifestation Station: Utility Box Turned Preview to Utopia

Manifestation Station: Utility Box Turned Preview to Utopia
Utility boxes are often an eyesore. They just sit there, at the sidewalks, taking up space and being a huge eyesore, especially if some rowdy teenagers decide to turn them into a canvas for their graffiti.

What If Disney’s Princesses Used Instagram?

What If Disney’s Princesses Used Instagram?
Imagine a world where Disney’s most-beloved princesses actually existed; a world where they would have access to the Internet and maintained a presence of various social media networks. Like Instagram, for example. That’s one thing the folks from B for Bel were musing about, which prompted them to come up with this fun gallery of Instagram posts from the Disney princesses.

Cecilia Valentine’s “Fur is Alive” Wearables Are Really Alive

Cecilia Valentine’s “Fur is Alive” Wearables Are Really Alive
Sometimes, the right accessories make a person’s outfit come alive. Other times, it’s the accessories being worn that’s actually alive, and that’s the case with Cecilia Valentine’s “Fur is Alive” series. Her pieces are composed of bulky but hollow 3D-printed pieces that look plain on their own.

‘The Art of Dollar’ Collage Art Definitely Costs More than a Dollar

‘The Art of Dollar’ Collage Art Definitely Costs More than a Dollar
The art of Brooklyn-based artist Mark Wagner is all about the dollar, although the whole thing is clearly worth so much more than the dollars he used to create it. Mark is known as the “Michael Jordan of glue” or “the greatest living collage artist” and he wows once again with his dollar art series.

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