Monday, January 16, 2017

Sculpture: Leeroy Jenkins


Source: DeviatArt

Antonio Balicevic created these sculptures featuring Hearthstone characters from Super Sculpey polymer clay on commission.


Painting: Billions and Billions


24x60 oil on gallery wrapped 1.5" deep canvas - original space painting.


Posters: Van Gogh Inspired Prints

Nerdy Van Gogh Inspired Prints Available for purchase via Amazon

Van Gogh Inspired Prints by Sagittarius Gallery
Prints available for purchase from Amazon. US$15

These stunning prints of original paintings are printed on high quality Fujifilm Crystal Archive paper, which will last over 60 years without fading.  Available in 8x8, 10x10, 12x12, 20x20, and 24x24 inch sizes. The Lord of the Rings prints are especially beautiful.


Tribute: Hope


"Yesterday it was a sad day for the Star Wars family…
I ​don't ​normally do tributes to those who leave us, but this time is different. This time is our Princess. The princess who doesn’t wait in the castle for her prince to rescue her, the princess who confront Vader without fear...
At the beginning I thought to paint a simple portrait, but in the end it would have been a Carrie Fisher’s portrait with Leia’s look. Then I remembered the old times, my sister and I watching VHS tapes over and over again, letting go our imagination beyond that galaxy, far, far away.
So I preferred to represent Carrie Fisher not like the beautiful, imperfect human being she was, but the legend in the eyes of all the kids who, like me, were born in the 80’s. Once again… May the force be with you, Princess."

Sci-Fi Round-Up: January 16, 2017


ROGUE ONE Concept Sketch, detail. Copic markers

Interviews

Bruce Sterling on dieselpunk, alternate history, fascism and the political moment
Denis Villeneuve On Living Up To "Blade Runner" Sequel Expectations
Eating Authors: Jody Lynn Nye

News


Link Round-Up: January 16, 2017


E.T. the Extra Terrestrial Tribute by Barrett Biggers


100 Years Of Infographics From National Geographic

A Designer's Guide To Tech In 2017

How to Make an Edible TRON Pie That Glows Under a Black Light

Jessica Leigh Clark-Bojin of Pies Are Awesome demonstrates how to make an edible TRON pie that glows when under a black light in her latest tutorial video.

New York cartoonist Robert Sikoryak has created The Unquotable Trump, a Tumblr blog where he turns quotes that Donald Trump blurted out during the 2016 presidential campaign into classic comic book covers.

Portuguese street artist Bordalo II creates absolutely amazing animal, reptile and bird sculptures out of gathered street trash, old cars, used objects and items from abandoned factories, junk yards and construction sites. In doing so, the artist seeks to bring awareness of the wastefulness of society at large by building structures all around the world.

Original design documents and sketches for the first Legend of Zelda game


Thursday, December 29, 2016

Link Round-Up: December 29, 2016





3D-Printing An Army Of Forgotten Goddesses To Fight Colonialism

Bellevue, Washington designer Dave Nunez of Rabbit Engineering has created cool mini 3D printed models of classic video game consoles, computers, and historic machines. The entire collection of models are available to purchase from his Etsy store.

International publisher Taschen has announced the release of National Geographic Infographics, a stunning pictorial history of the magazines’s pioneering infographics. Along with photography and journalism, the use of infographics has always been one of the three pillars that National Geographic has used throughout its 128-year history to provide fascinating content to its readers. This is the first time, however, that these illustrations have been compiled into a single, colorful book.

Kristian Williams aka KaptainKristian created a beautiful tribute to the iconic rhyming storyteller Dr. Seuss with a skillful tetrameric rhyme of his own.

Mozilla and the Tactical Technology Collective have created a popup storefront in lower Manhattan called The Glass Room: Looking Into Your Online Life. Situated somewhere along the education—art spectrum, The Glass Room provides "a place to consider how you use technology and how those behind technology use you" (as put on the landing page). Resources include a variety of workshops about technology and privacy, along with a book of leaked passwords and other art installations.

Over 250,000 Photographs from the George Eastman Museum Go Online


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