Most email signatures can range from the mundane to the downright annoying. The folks at Oporto Design, a Brazilian graphic design agency, have certainly made sure that their staff's…
Artist Ninjaink’s great mashup illustration of Batman and “Game of Thrones” is available as a t-shirt at NowhereBad. If you want to snag one for free, you can take part…
For the more adventurous tourist! “I Walt NM,” by Buzzatron. Will go on sale mid-Friday on NowhereBad.
Designed by Samuel Ansbacher, this gorgeous floating shelf is handmade using plywood and based on vintage wooden yardsticks. The shelf is available at Mocha for £39.99 (about $51).
I’m really loving this Sesame Street parody of Jack Kirby’s Fantastic Four cover art, by AJ Paglia.
A lovely glow-in-the-dark tribute to the Firefly TV show, designed by artist and animator, Drew Wise. T-shirts with the print will be available on NowhereBad for the next 3.5 days.
Did you know that the physical appearance of the terrifying Silence from Doctor Who, was partially based on Edvard Munch's artwork "The Scream”? A t-shirt designed by Eozen, a graphic…
Australian artist Alex Gabbott made this cross-section illustration to show us what’s inside those annoyingly-deadly Sentry Turrets from the Portal 2 game. Unlike his previous cross-section piece–Bob’s Burgers–which was mostly digitally-painted, Gabbott wanted this piece to be as authentic as the ones in the Incredible Cross Section books. He drew and painted this piece mostly by hand, with some additional post processing on the computer.
Snip from the description of the creative process:
I got 185gm hot-pressed watercolour paper, which I then cut to A3. Prior to painting, I constructed a solid animation lightbox for about $70AUD, which I then used to trace my rough layout onto the watercolour paper. I then inked it, then painted it in watercolour paint. Because it is inspired by a video game, I was able to use Valve’e 3D model viewer to make it as accurate as possible. The final step was to scan it in, clean it up, and add annotations and shadows.
You can watch a timelapse video of the entire ‘making of’ process, after the jump.
Our friendly neighborhood Spider-Man has been given a more sinister look in this fantastic t-shirt print designed by zerobriant, a multifaceted illustrator, graphic designer and photographer based in Cebu City,…
These ceramic kitchenware from Art. Lebedev Studio may not win you the next Nobel prize for chemistry (and will probably kill you if your tried to), but they will certainly add a dash of quaint charm to your kitchen with their beautiful Gzhel designs.
Hit the jump to see more detailed images.