commandersheena:

In one of my film classes last semester we had to tell a story in 3 pictures for a mini assignment so my friend and I did this

Quite evocative.

sorenkalla:

I’m designing a Legend of Zelda themed deck of cards! Here’s my progress so far :) (sorry about the water marks)

Really cool looking. (Also, a break from the #privacy stuff.)

(via Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist | Spoon & Tamago)

This was made with Excel. Yes, that Excel. Beautiful and amazing.

(Via Shawn Blanc)

(via Tatsuo Horiuchi | the 73-year old Excel spreadsheet artist | Spoon & Tamago)

This was made with Excel. Yes, that Excel. Beautiful and amazing.

(Via Shawn Blanc)

moshi-kun:

GAME OF THRONES 80/90s ERA

(Jon Snow and Joffrey Baratheon)

What “Game of Thrones” would have looked like if the action had been set in a contemporary period such as the 80s and 90s?

What if swords, bows, spears and armors had been replaced with some NES guns, bats and tracksuits?
This is a fun project i ve been recently starting, imagining all the characters fighting for the throne in a 80/90s grunge/gangsta/hip-hop era.

Working now on Daenerys. More characters coming soon….

duckyshepherd:

freeings:

 

Flexible Wooden Bookshelf Warps to Wrap All Book Sizes

omgomg i want one

Lovely concept. But I think it would only hold the books that I’ve already started.

This looks so cool, but I don’t think that I would use it/them everywhere. As a functional art piece, sure, but not coating my house/apartment.

(Source: cjwho)

fredrin:

As promised, a rough crack at the Pride of Chanur’s crew as Foxgrrls rather than Hani, channeling CJ Cherryh’s “Pride of Chanur” series (one of my favorite hard boiled SciFi series).  Yes, it’s a bit… well, it’s a lot of things, but  its been a fun idea to sketch as a warmup to getting back into my drawing regimen.  I’m amused by the idea of Mugi and several of her rougher cousins running a freighter.  The real fun is going to be drawing the Kif as ShirtGuyDom Stick Figures, and Piro would totally be Tully (flawless matchup there)… yes, its sad, i actually did a lot of thinking about this while recovering from heart surgery. ^^;; 

Yes I like Megatokyo. I have since 2001!

Also I like CJ Cherryh’s books too. Plus fox girls and stick guys.

fredrin:

As promised, a rough crack at the Pride of Chanur’s crew as Foxgrrls rather than Hani, channeling CJ Cherryh’s “Pride of Chanur” series (one of my favorite hard boiled SciFi series).  Yes, it’s a bit… well, it’s a lot of things, but  its been a fun idea to sketch as a warmup to getting back into my drawing regimen.  I’m amused by the idea of Mugi and several of her rougher cousins running a freighter.  The real fun is going to be drawing the Kif as ShirtGuyDom Stick Figures, and Piro would totally be Tully (flawless matchup there)… yes, its sad, i actually did a lot of thinking about this while recovering from heart surgery. ^^;; 

Yes I like Megatokyo. I have since 2001!

Also I like CJ Cherryh’s books too. Plus fox girls and stick guys.

cartoongoblin:

odditiesoflife:

Book Sculptures

Landscapes carved and painted into old books by Canadian artist Guy Laramee.

I. Just. Wow.

Such wonderful art.

drawnfortress:

glaucussubmerged:

Dwarf Fortress at MoMa

Dwarf Fortress is art!

I don’t play it myself, but Dwarf Fortress is art.

I am highly amused by how accurate a couple of these are.
gunnerkrigg:

I drew the characters from Madoka Magica while Magnolia described them to me on Skype. I didn’t really know what they looked like first.

I am highly amused by how accurate a couple of these are.

gunnerkrigg:

I drew the characters from Madoka Magica while Magnolia described them to me on Skype. I didn’t really know what they looked like first.

“The textbook in question is a required purchase for a course entitled “Global Visual and Material Culture, Prehistory to 1800.” Any art that would appear in that book would be public domain — it’s all over 212 years old at this point, after all. Still, since the book’s publisher could not get clearance to use the pictures from Stokstad and Drucker Images, a decision was made to print the incredibly expensive art book without pictures of any kind. Students who purchase the book are instead given access to a web resource for viewing the art that should have appeared on the book’s pages.”