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Good Old 16th Century, And Its Love For Rocket Powered Warrior Cats

Good Old 16th Century, And Its Love For Rocket Powered Warrior Cats

The 16th century was seeing warfare get revolutionized. Gunpowder had shown up on the scene and changed warfare from the way humans had been accustomed to fighting forever. With every drastic change, come new strategies, and a good number of them are likely to be wacky; like these illustrations from a 1530 war manual that advocates using animals to deliver weapon payloads.

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Drug Addict ’90s Cartoons Are Terrifying

Drug Addict ’90s Cartoons Are Terrifying

Cartoons we so adored in the ’90s are now past their prime. Sure, we may miss them and remember them with nostalgia, but the characters are mostly out of work. With that kind of fall comes the trouble of addiction, and it seems several of the favorites didn’t quite well manage their climb down from fame. Artist Paul Ribera‘s illustrations present a view of those cartoon characters as strung-out drug addicts. It’s really weird… but mostly terrifying.

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Obey Khaleesi

Obey Khaleesi

Inspired by Game of Thrones, this propaganda poster styled illustration lets you know the easiest thing to do: Obey Khaleesi. The illustration by Tom Trager is available as prints, tees, or phone cases on RedBubble.

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Street Wear Superheroines

Street Wear Superheroines

Illustrator Mingjue Helen Chen imagines the appearance of several female comic characters, if their clothing was more street wear. The characters retain much of their original style and clothing, but receive touches and turns by the artist to get a more casual clothing/street wear look.

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Clawz Are Crocs With Large Toenails

Clawz Are Crocs With Large Toenails

Crocs have such a negative connotation, let’s make it all better by adding claws for toenails. That way, we have Clawz, which are definitely not crocs because they got big toenails and they are spelled different. So now that this marketing hurdle has been solved with such ingenuity, what do we do next?

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