Archive for category: Artwork

Marvel LOLCats

Animals, Artwork, Cats, Comics, Dogs, Humor, Pictures

I can haz Marvel?  Recently, several artists and cartoonists, including Ryan Penagos (Marvel.com Editor), Chris Eliopoulos, Katie Cook, Skottie Young, and Mike Maihack, have been creating drawings of popular Marvel characters as cats (and the occasional dog).  If you’re on Twitter (and really who isn’t), follow the hashtag #mrvlcats to see more as they’re posted, […]

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The Decline of the Ligature in Typography, Leads to Its Rise in Art

Artwork

The ligature in the world of typography refers to two letters that by the way they lie together on the page, can be crafted into a single letter (the most common ligatures often involve the letter ‘f,’ such as fi, and ff). When metal movable type was invented in the 1400s, ligatures were extremely popular […]

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Controversial Video Games

Artwork, Technology, Video Games

The debate about whether or not video games are art is in many ways the crux of the debate about controversial games.  A video game depicting Nazis is decried, while a film about the same topic receives Oscar buzz.  Every year games come out (or don’t as the case may be) that raise the ire […]

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Do It Yourself Doodler

Artwork, Pictures

So I am many things in this world, but an artist is not one of them.  However, David Jablow is just that, and an impressive one no less.  His Flickr stream is hands down one of the most impressive I’ve ever seen.  He’s taken a 1950’s style Peggy Sue magazine model and put different worlds […]

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Successful Branding for Business

Artwork

What is a brand? That’s a word that gets bandied about quite a bit, and not just in marketing circles. It has now gotten to the point that individuals think of themselves as a “brand” or as “having a brand”. That’s particularly true of celebrities, artists and athletes such as Michael Phelps, Angelina Jolie or […]

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Hello Kitty Collection

Artwork, Cats, Photo Manipulations

It’s no surprise that we here at Digital Bus Stop have a fondness for photo manipulations. We’ve done plenty of pieces revolving around just that topic, but I think it might actually be fair to say we’ve never come up with a piece quite like this. Yodaflicker’s Flickr stream is nothing short of amazing, and […]

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Creative Ads on Buildings

Architecture, Artwork, Signs

In an age where we increasingly get our advertising either on TV or from the internet, having an advertisement you can see while walking or driving that will actually grab your attention and make you want to buy the product/service being advertised is requiring more and more creative thinking. With that in mind, here are […]

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The Wor(l)d Has Changed – Stephane Massa-Bidel

Artwork, Humor, Photo Manipulations

Got Milk? Yes We Can! The Summer of Love. There are tons of sayings just like those that easily come to mind, but French artist/graphic designer Stephane Mass-Bidel (also known as Hulk4598 online) has taken some of these well-known sayings and tweaked them just a little. If you like what you see, check out his […]

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Little People Project

Artwork, featured, Pictures

Since 2006, UK artist “Slinkachu” has been working on a project involving small, painted miniature model train set people being placed on the street and photographed as part of an on-going installation piece/photography project that’s supposed to help people think more about their surroundings as they walk. Below are just some of the photos he’s […]

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Monsters on Post-It Notes

Artwork, Bizarre

I’m a fan of Post-It Note art.  As I have no actual artistic ability myself, I was often limited to doodling on post-it notes as it would have been a waste to use nicer sketch books.  However, Danish TV writer and director John Kenn has taken what I did for kicks while killing time and […]

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