Do you have a decorative fireplace? That’s the opposite of dangerous, but you still shouldn’t let it be alone. Equip it with the Zelda Fireplace Art, aka The Lazy Man’s Fireplace: set it and forget it.
These Marvel and DC Comics decorated superhero eggs are pretty impressive. You get all of your favorites in egg form. There’s the Hulk, Spider-Man (no Doctor Egg-topus though), Batman, Green Lantern and more. I would have loved to get these in my Easter basket as a kid.
I’ve always had this appreciation for graffiti art. Notice that I’ve inserted the word “art” after “graffiti,” because I’m not talking about random scribbles or names that have been spray-painted haphazardly on walls. I’m talking about, you know, graffiti that was drawn or painted on as art.
I’ve always been a fan of Monty Python, but more recently, I’m an even bigger fan of The Walking Dead. As a matter of fact, the new episode is starting right now, and I have to get to the DVR to un-pause and start watching it as soon as I’m done writing this.
Ever thought that a Dark Lord of the Sith would use a parasol to keep out of the sun? I suppose that the Dark Side prefers to stay in the shade, right? One artist decided to re-imagine a famous painting by Monet, featuring Darth Vader prominently using his umbrella.
R2-D2 is one of the most versatile maintenance droids out there. He can project holograms, repair spaceships, hack security systems, swim through swamps, and even vacuum your carpet. But I never thought about using R2 as a fruit bowl – until now.
With silly product names like “Wii”, “PSVita”, “Siri”, and “Xperia,” sometimes it’s nice to be able to look at the name of something, and then when you see it, you say “that’s exactly what I expected”.
If you recently got your Star Wars Blu-ray box set, you’ll probably recognize these awesome digital paintings by Tony Hsu. You can find them inside the booklet and on the discs themselves. They look quite amazing.
I’m sure a lot of you have seen the SNES cartridge urinal that’s been making the rounds on the Web lately. It’s geeky alright but also quite tasteless, unlike what Destructoid forum member eisley and her boyfriend did to their bathroom – a diorama of Level 2-2 from Super Mario Bros.
All sorts of attempts have been made to create “the perfect stylus” for drawing on the iPad, with mixed success. But this is the first time I’ve seen a devices designed to let you use your tablet like a painter’s canvas.
This great painting is by Scott Listfield. Scott has got quite a few paintings featuring these lonely astronauts in them. The whole concept reminds me of 2001: Space Odyssey. Except for the R2-D2 part – that reminds me of Star Wars.
Good thing there’s no such thing as a Hulu for pictures (not yet anyway), or else we might not be able to see Paul Mutant’s painting:
Check out the full sized pic of Mutant’s “This painting is not available in your country” (acrylic on canvas) on his Flickr page.
Watch as artist Robert Mangaoang (aka “Doom CMYK “) creates a digital illustration of Kratos from God of War 3 in this awesome time-lapse painting session he did using Photoshop CS3 and his Wacom tablet.
The authentic music from the game really puts me in the mood to dust of my game disc and play through again.