Cool Gadgets, Gizmos, Games and Geek Stuff on Technabob
VISIT OUR OTHER SITES: THE AWESOMER | 95OCTANE

Technabob is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission.
As an Amazon Associate I earn from qualifying purchases. Learn more.

Page 2 of 6

Tag: Illustration

Star Wars NFL Helmets: Use Defense Luke!

Star Wars NFL Helmets: Use Defense Luke!
Check out these football helmets from a galaxy far far away. They look a lot like the ones our players wear, only cooler, with more geek. They look amazing.

Adventure Time & Attack on Titan Fan Art: Shingeki no Kyo-Jake

Adventure Time & Attack on Titan Fan Art: Shingeki no Kyo-Jake
Artist Rodrigo Costa Alexandrino of the deviantART Corps unleashed this “double fan art” on the hapless walls of the Internet. He calls it Adventure on Titan, and it features Finn & BMO trying to rescue Princess Bubblegum from a wrong-teous Jake.
Advertisement

The Map of Zombies Cuts up Animated Corpses into Over 350 Types

The Map of Zombies Cuts up Animated Corpses into Over 350 Types
Jason Thompson – the same artist who made the excellent Dungeons & Dragons Walkthrough Maps – made what he calls The Map of Zombies. Jason drew the 25″ x 36″ poster in the style of an old medical chart.

My Little Raptor: Friendship is AAAAAIIIEEEE

My Little Raptor: Friendship is AAAAAIIIEEEE
deviantART member Brianna Garcia made these Cretacious ponies.  Despite their sharp teeth and large claws, they still look sweet and friendly. Especially when you compare them to the Cthulhu ponies. Pinkie Pie looks pumped up. Or hungry.

Iconic Characters from the 1980s Reimagined as LEGO Minifigs

Iconic Characters from the 1980s Reimagined as LEGO Minifigs
A lot of people grew up with LEGO. From putting sports cars together to building entire cities, minifigs and big imaginations took center stage during play time. Tapping into this, artist Dan Shearn has created this fun gallery featuring some of the most iconic characters and movie personalities from the eighties, done up in LEGO minifig style.

X-Ray Illustrations: Cartoon Characters Exposed

X-Ray Illustrations: Cartoon Characters Exposed
Unless you’re an invertebrate, you probably have a skeleton. But even though we all have these bony structures holding us together, we still find skeletons kind of creepy. French artist Chris Panda seems to have an obsession with skeletons, having created a series of illustrations which let us see the bones of cartoon, video game, and pop culture icons.

Doctor Who’s Story in One Poster: Baywheux Tapestry

Doctor Who’s Story in One Poster: Baywheux Tapestry
To celebrate the 50th anniversary of Doctor Who, artist Bill Mudron drew a timeline – timeandspaceline? – of the Time Lord’s adventures. His artwork starts with the First Doctor up until the upcoming The Day of the Doctor episode, with major events noted in between.

Star Wars Episode IV – VI Character Poster: A Long, Long List

Star Wars Episode IV – VI Character Poster: A Long, Long List
One of the fascinating things about modern epics like, The Lord of the Rings, Naruto or Star Wars is the quantity and diversity of their characters. Illustrator Max Dalton shows us the many faces that appeared in the original Star Wars trilogy with his limited edition poster, simply titled Episode IV – VI:

All the Hats in Team Fortress 2 in One Image: Hats off to the Artist

All the Hats in Team Fortress 2 in One Image: Hats off to the Artist
Artist and webcomic creator Ashley Lange embarked on the challenge of a lifetime and emerged victorious. She drew all of the hats in Team Fortress 2 in one image. She didn’t include the hatless headgear and the miscellaneous items that can be considered hats, but honestly not even Gabe Newell can complain about her madness.

Mayan-style Pokémon art: Apokélypto

Mayan-style Pokémon art: Apokélypto
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. 

Portal Shock Infinite: What if Portals and Tears Were Connected?

Portal Shock Infinite: What if Portals and Tears Were Connected?
I’ve been playing through BioShock: Infinite for the last couple of weeks, and one thought that kept popping into my head was what would happen if Elizabeth’s “tearing” ability let her access other video games? Well, illustrator Nick Minor (aka Radiant Grey) had the same thought, and came up with this Portal/BioShock Infinite mashup…

Predator Kills the Star Wars Universe, Gets a Cool Trophy of Fett’s Head as Its Prize

Predator Kills the Star Wars Universe, Gets a Cool Trophy of Fett’s Head as Its Prize
You take the bounty hunters from Star Wars and you take Predator and you put them together in the same room. The result is geek magic. This is an amazing piece of art that I would love to own.

Terminator Tattoos: I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, Your Motorcycle and Your Ink

Terminator Tattoos: I Need Your Clothes, Your Boots, Your Motorcycle and Your Ink
Maybe it’s because I don’t want to see what they’ll look like when I’m old and shriveled up, or maybe it’s just because I have a low threshold for pain that I’ve never had the desire to get a tattoo.

Psychedelic Plumber: Mario on ‘Shrooms

Psychedelic Plumber: Mario on ‘Shrooms
I always wondered if any of the fungi in the Mushroom Kingdom were hallucinogenic – especially the ones that turned Mario into a flying raccoon or made him bigger. Well now we have our answer.

Hylian Banknotes: Link’s Aching Back Would Love These

Hylian Banknotes: Link’s Aching Back Would Love These
I’m not sure, but the reason why most early video games had coins or gems for currency was because of graphical limitations. It’s easier to present a recognizable coin than paper money. But if Link was real I’m sure he’d rather have these neat banknotes instead of Rupees.

Its-a Me, Danny Trejo!

Its-a Me, Danny Trejo!
Bowser doesn’t stand a chance against Machete Cortez, that’s all I’ll say…
Advertisement

Deals in The Technabob Shop

Use Arrow Keys ← → for Faster Navigation Click to DisableClick to Enable