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.
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.
The battle of the five kings has come to a grinding halt as a new king now sits on the iron throne. Grumpy Cat has claimed the iron throne at the Game of Thrones exhibit at SXSW. Eat your heart out, mother of dragons.
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?
Scotland is headed towards a referendum that will decide if the country will part ways with the UK. The Flag Institute, and independent charity dedicated to the study of flags asked members to design new versions of Union Jack that represent Scotland’s independence.
Pancake artist Nathan Shields has beautiful butterflies crafted in yummy pancakes. They may not be very colorful, but I’m loving those shades of pancake.
Following the line of the famous anime Attack on Titan, Japanese burger chain Lotteria is all set to release a ¥2,000 ($20) burger named 10m-kyu Shingeki no Kyojin Hoshoku Set (translated to: Predatory Set for Titan as big as 10-meter high). The gigantic burger will be accompanied by ¥1,600 ($16) french fries combo called “Cho Ogata! Sasha no Imo-musume Se” (Supersize! Sasha’s Potato Girl Set).
Illustrator Nacho Diaz has a series of humorous and witty illustrations that are a treat to behold. Hit ahead to checkout some of the illustrations. You can get the illustrations as prints and T-shirts on RedBubble.
In New Zealand (where I’m from), and in fact nearly any where else in the developed world, the Death Penalty is just not even in the conversation. It is a remnant of an earlier era. This little bit of civility, “hey we are going to kill you but what would you like to eat?” just jumped off the page.