Everyone loves the Minions from Despicable Me. They will soften even the hardest of hearts. That must be why they are getting their own movie in 2014. To satisfy your craving for cute minions in the meantime, check out this fun collection of art featuring the Minions cosplaying other movie characters.
Mona – an artist type human – makes what she calls Pokémayans: drawings of Pokémon that are supposedly done in the style of ancient Mayan art. The name fooled me into thinking that I’d see Pokémon crossed with the Wayans brothers, but I guess this one’s aight too.
This is the planet Jupiter and it’s also an awesome work of art. It looks like one of those Styrofoam models that kids make for their Science class projects, except it’s loads better. That’s because this Jupiter isn’t made from Styro; it’s actually a cake!
This small home in Houston is covered in an about 50,000 beer cans. Homeowner John Milkovisch began decorating the house with beer cans in 1968 and obviously has never stopped. Over the following 18 years he covered the exterior with flattened can siding, made cascading garlands of can tops to hang off the roof, and decorated the property with pull tabs and other can decor.
Julian Oliver’s toy tank is a destructive weapon. You can’t even see its ammo, and it hits everything around it. That’s because it has a signal jammer that can block mobile phone signals within a 20 to 50 ft.
If you have a ton of old truck parts, don’t just throw them in the yard and call it redneck decor, build something special. Something like this awesome mech. This one was built from an old broken down Nissan truck and a ton of other metal scraps.
Think your latest Instagram shot could be a masterpiece? Then have it painted on canvas and show the whole world your awesome shot in a traditional medium.
You could commission your own artist, or you could just send it off to Pixelist.
M.C. Escher’s art is pretty mindblowing. It always featured impossible staircases that go up or down forever depending on how your eyes see it. Donkey Kong is pretty amazing too, but for entirely different reasons that only a video game nerd can appreciate.
Sometimes, I get the feeling that digital artwork lacks the personal touch that you find in traditional artwork. You can’t really see the strokes the artist made on the canvas, for one, and any errors or misplaced strokes are quickly edited out.
Do you miss playing one of your favorite games? Or have you played so many games that you can’t name them all? Perhaps you just want to kill time thinking about your favorite pastime? If you answered yes to any of those questions, head to GameLogos.
Why would anyone ever own a Mogwai? You are just asking for trouble. Have you not seen the movies? Those cute little furballs turn into Gremlins. They are like tribbles, but deadly. Don’t ever own a Mogwai people!
Teens struggle with body image and weight issues every day, and it doesn’t help that media flaunts images of size 0 and below models on their screens every few minutes or so. But if you think about it, toymakers are partly to blame because of the toys they’re churning out of their factories.
When you ‘like’ something on Facebook, it stays on your feed longer and sometimes appears on the news feeds of other people in your network. By ‘liking’ something, you make it stay visible for a longer period of time as it circulates on social networks.