These graphite pencil illustrations of Star Wars characters in everyday situations totally crack me up. I think it was the one with Darth Vader, titled I Find Your Lack of Hunger Disturbing that pushed me over the edge.
This new t-shirt design comes courtesy of designer/illustrator Riccardo Bucchioni and I have to say that it’s a pretty funny one. It’s called Know Your Nerds and it’s available on Threadless for 18 bucks.
These famous movie quotes have been illustrated into these clever designs by artist Goran Patlejch, who’s also known as Goenetix. Perhaps it’s the circular design, but they kind of remind me of coasters – or maybe the Starbucks logo.
What would have happened if you could have had an iPod, a laptop, or a cellphone all the way back in 1977? Designer Alex Varanese decided to go back in time with his modern gadgets to see what life might have been back some 30+ years ago, but with today’s tech.
Sure, we’ve all heard of Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde, but did you know about the Boba Fett ghost? In celebration of Pac-Man’s recent 30th birthday, CMYBacon has put together this handy guide to some of the more elusive ghosts from the game.
Steve Thomas‘ video game propaganda posters are a great addition to any game room or office. The latest in his series are the retro-cool Pac-Man, Dragons Lair and Space Invaders prints, but if you dig into the series, you’ll find everyone from Dig Dug to Donkey Kong to Tron in the mix.
After yesterday’s iPod revolution post, it comes to no surprise that there are quite a few of these infographics from Online Schools that are really interesting. This one has everything to do with the original Star Trek series.
You can either love it or hate it, but there’s no denying that the iPod changed the face of the music industry. Even though you’d rather not think too much about it, especially if you don’t own a Mac, Apple has made an incredible impact on music.
I have to agree that many people have no idea when to use their gadgets. I’m all for reading in the bathroom, but would you take your iPad with you?
Thankfully, Fast Company has come up with this great little cheat sheet, that you can cut out and take with you anywhere.
I’ve always found something mystical about Tarot cards, ever since I saw them in James Bond’s Live or Let Die. Although I don’t own a set, I think these Lost Tarot cards are really cool.
These Tarot cards were designed by Alex Griendling.