Bonsai trees are awesome, and if you can play around with them to create goodies like these, they get even better. Bonsai enthusiast Chris Guise created the “Bag End Bonsai Trayscape,” a recreation of the home of Bilbo Baggins, Frodo Baggins and Samwise Gamgee.
Batman made his first appearance in May 1939, so we think it wouldn’t be too much of a stretch to put Batman villains in mugshots like they were in the 1920s. Canadian artist Jason Mark took inspiration from old mugshots taken in Australia in the 1920s and decided to see how Batman villains would look [...]
Quite an interesting translation of video game characters into apparel, these Pacman and ghost hoodies by If Industries do a good job. The ghosts may be considered comparatively simpler to bring into design, Pacman though, seems to be quite brilliant.
Phone booths aren’t really that common these days, but most houses have something that could look a little similar in comparison. The regrigerator, ladies and gentlemen, is a tool that lies hidden, biding its time to reach the potential it has. Which, in this case, seems turning into a Tardis. The kit works to give [...]
Jamie Lannister and Brienne of Tarth have locked swords in a season 3 episode, so it is only natural we see the battle in new light, adding more awesomeness by replacing the swords with lightsabers. Kingslayer, you lack the force.
Batman, awesome as he is, happens to be an entirely serious, perhaps tragic character. It would be great though to see him in happiness, just like these rather simple illustrations from the Tumblr blog Happy Batman. The Dark Knight has an entirely different lifestyle in these illustrations. He’s happy and joyous, and enjoying every moment [...]
Illustrations by Skottie Young show the mighty superheroes in cute infant avatars. Rather than fight evils, these kids are busy doing what children do, except they can’t help adding the superhero touch to things.
Princess Daenerys makes an appearance for this parody where Game of Thrones has been given the Disney touch.
Illustrator Daniel Mead created these stylized illustrations for The Walking Dead, each representing the three seasons of the show so far. Daniel used major location set pieces for each season as the subject of each poster.
Flashlights look so bland when you can illuminate the way with something as cool as Gandalf the Grey’s illuminating staff. The five feet tall replica has a crystal on top that lights up with faithful effect. Costs ~$220, also available on Amazon. Via GeekAlerts
Here’s artist Guillaume Bachelier‘s take on house sigils from Game of Thrones. All of the animals represented seem to be more aggressive in these illustrations, that probably has something to do with those razor sharp shark teeth they’re all showing. Prints available here.
DC Comics thought it would be a good idea to let Mad Magazine take an interpretive approach to DC characters. The result is in the form of 13 images done in the style of MAD, which we assume must really be driving the superheroes mad, though they might be cool with the fun renditions. All [...]
Gaikuo-Captain is a chemical engineering student in Beijing, China and while he isn’t mixing up random concoctions of chemicals or whatever it is that chemical engineers do, he spends his time bringing comic book characters from fantasy to the real world. It seems our superheroes don’t really like him and would rather fight with Gaikuo, [...]
The end is nigh, for the female superheroes are now wearing a full dress. We are sure this has been a gross oversight that might have fatal consequences because we know by superhero dresses and armor in video games that female characters must show a lot of skin, even if wearing proper clothes and armor [...]