World of Warcraft players will be familiar with the goblin copter. It’s a cartoonish flying device that goblins fly around for whatever reason goblins need for taking to the air. One geeky fan of the game has actually built his own goblin copter.
You know, I never realy gave much thought to chainsaw art until I saw Griffon Ramsey doing her thing in the video below. It’s fascinating. Watch as Ramsey works her magic and creates a sculpture of Groot using several chainsaws and some Eastern Red Cedar wood.
Forget cutesy LEGO games like Indiana Jones, I want LEGO DOOM. I loved DOOM on the PC, even though it scared the crap out of me regularly and made me jump like a child. I think DOOM is one of the most memorable of all the shooters I played back in the day.
Here’s an app that adds another meaning to Ghost in the machine. Currently in development, VRClay lets you create 3D shapes in virtual reality with the help of the Oculus Rift and the Razer Hydra controllers.
Screen print artist and 3D animator Olivier Marchand pays tribute to one of video gaming’s first hits by turning its 8-bit characters into parts of a mandala, a pattern often used to describe the wholeness of the universe or the impermanence of life.
A couple of weeks ago, after it unveiled the new iPhones and its smartwatch, Apple’s “one more thing” was… spam. The company gave away U2’s latest album Songs of Innocence for free to all iTunes users, making iTunes download it without people’s consent.
Silence is golden, duct tape is silver… or orange, red, blue, or white. Duct tape can fix just about anything and is one of the best inventions ever. A artist named Rianna from DuctTapeDesigns has created some very cool art using duct tape as the medium.
As part of the latest edition of Comic Book Resources’ The Line It Is Drawn series, they asked their artists to think of some dream teams for superhero titles and they did not disappoint. In fact, this interesting art came out of it.
Art collective La Machine is known for huge, mechanical art installations that walk around and interact with people. They’ve made elephants, camels, and giant spiders among other things. Their latest piece may be the best. This is a giant dragon walking around in France.
I am a big fan of Post-It Notes, mostly because I can stick them to my monitor to help me remember to do all the crap I need to do. That’s all I really think of using them for, but artist Akira Nagaya is a bit more creative.
London-based artist Lucy Farrow set her sights on an abandoned corner shop for her next project. She specializes in felt art, so naturally felt was her material of choice. You’ll be impressed – no, amazed – at what Lucy did at the corner shop using nothing but felt, her imagination, and her creative prowess: she turned it into a grocery store.
Robots are taking our jobs, but they are satisfied with that, so they now have to draw our very life-blood from our veins. That’s what this robot does. Ghost In The Machine is a robot programmed by artist Ted Lawson.
Cuteness is coming. The house sigils on Game of Thrones are meant to show which house you belong to and also instill fear in your enemies. But what if those house sigils were cartoon characters? As you can see here, they would be adorable.
Sometimes you have marketing campaigns that stink, like DC Comics recent “selfie” variant cover theme. Then other times they nail it, like with their latest idea. To celebrate the LEGO Batman 3: Beyond Gotham video game being released later this year, DC is letting the minifigs take over the covers.