Some pop culture icons don’t have it so easy. Luckily if they look hard enough, they can find a bro with a similar situation. This is the idea behind “I know that feel, bro.”, a series by artist PaperBeatsScissors.
For many more of these wonderful drawings, check out the artist’s tumblr, and he’s also selling shirts with the designs.
If you take a good, hard look at a vulva, you realize it’s just a bit of a body. There’s nothing that is shocking or scary, you know, nothing that is gonna run out and eat you up.
This video is semi-NSFW (vaginal knitting and what have you), and please, please, please I’m anxious to hear your opinions on this performance art.
I know you’ve been asking yourself/ DotD/ NitK… When are we gonna see some artwork with 1) Boston Terriers 2) Comic Book/ Pop Culture/ Star Wars References and 3) Together?! Well… Thanks to artist Brian Rubenacker… Right Here. Right Now. *Note: He also incorporates other dog breeds into his art, but it appears that the Boston Terrier might be his favorite.
Love Them All!!!!
I’ve recently discovered Worth1000:
Worth1000 is the top creative contest site in the world. Every day we run lots of creative competitions of all types, including Effects contests (otherwise known as photochop or photoshop contests), photography contests, illustration contests, writing contests and more forms of multimedia. Companies can even use our contests for logo design! Browse through thousands of our stunning original entries or consider entering a contest and ask yourself what many have asked before you: Are you worthy?
This week they just completed their 5th installment of Vintage Hollywood Manga. Overall, The artwork is pretty Cool.
Another series I highly recommend taking a look at is their Superhero ModRen where they “[Make] fine art SUPER!” The site is definitely a great browse through and great for creative inspiration, as well as Geeking-Out! What Mash-Up Art are you desperate to see?
Artist Scott Modrzynski has created an awesome poster showcasing all the champions and various superstars that graced the squared circle of the WWWF/WWF/WWE throughout the years in cube format.
From 1963 with the very first WWWF World Heavyweight Champion, “Nature Boy” Buddy Rogers, to 2001 with the then Undisputed World Champion Chris Jericho, this poster contains more than 1000 entries. It includes all major championship reigns such as World Heavyweight, Intercontinental, Tag Team, and Light Heavyweight, as well as Royal Rumble and King of the Ring winners. It also includes some of the more famous jobbers.
It’s a beautifully done poster and I’m sure at least a few of you know I’m a fan of Wrasslin’s colorful characters. The level of detail and fact checking that went into this poster deserves tons of praise.