Paul Michael Design has the right way to express love, and to know if it really is love. X-Wing and Tie Fighter engagement rings ought to take love to the stars.
Quantum Mechanix and DC Comics have partnered for a series of stunning art prints that present ladies of DC Comics in a retro style. The prints are the work of Ant Lucia and feature the retro pin-up look that had its heyday in the ’50s. The Bombshell prints are available for $14.95 each.
Malaysian photographer Zahir Batin photographs clone trooper action figures going about their life; enjoying the simple things. You don’t always have to be shooting at things.
Zhumao KeLe is a Chinese cat who has her humans dress her up in all kinds of superhero costumes. Based in Beijing, the kitty cosplays Batman, Captain America, Iron Man, amongst others, and if you piss her off you might just be on the business end of the Dracula Cat.
Sailor Moon and Sailor Scouts get to the job of being the Earth’s mightiest superheroes in these illustrations by Jei Shepard.
Geeky condom wrappers with taglines suited for their representation. Fun concept by Melbourne-based artist Kode Abdo.
Main title from Star Wars played on a 5/80 Sanfilippo Wurlitzer theatre pipe organ, played by Jelani Eddington. It is not only great to hear, but it is quite a treat to watch Eddington move his hands skillfully on a pipe organ. via
Star Wars meets polygon art meets pillow cases in these creations of TheRetroInc. Characters on the pillow cases are based off the original trilogy, just in case you needed more reason to like them. Each pillow case is priced at $34.
Going where no man has gone before would definitely involve some other goodies beyond the action in Star Trek. That would be getting to chug booze and bear at the final frontier. Relations between the Federation and Klingons should be improving, because we’re now about to start a licensed production of Klingon beer. Klingon Warnog […]
Superheroes and other comic book characters forsake their usual costumes for the sake of Iron Man themed armor… and the result is glorious. The illustrations are the work of artist BossLogic.