Archive for category: Artwork

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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The Gashlycrumb Tinies

Artwork, Bizarre

So back in 1963, artist Edward Gorey published a book called The Gashlycrumb Tinies, which was a abecedarium book, or a book consisting of the alphabet, typically used for practice exercises. Gorey himself is primarily remembered for his Gothic style of illustration, with works including Bram Stoker’s Dracula and The War of the Worlds to […]

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Funny Food Creations

Artwork, Humor

Food is good. It nourishes us, it tastes great (usually), and most importantly, you can play with it for entertainment value. This will not be about the first two things you can do with food. No, this is about playing with your food, or more to the point, some funny food creations that I came […]

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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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Sugar Skull Prints

Artwork

Jonathan Koshi, a 34 year old Mission District San Francisco web designer, has created a series of prints based on the Calaveras de Azucar associated with the Mexican Day of the Dead festivities. Drawing from pop-culture references from his childhood, and inspired by Gothic art and Swiss surrealist H.R. Giger, his art has already sold […]

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Simpsons Alphabet

Artwork, Cartoons

So I was already impressed by the Star Wars Alphabet that I came across some time ago, but I think the Simpsons one by graphic designer Fabian “Lishoff” Gonzales might even be better. What really amazed me was how many of the characters I was able to name without having to look them up. I’ve listed […]

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Potholes Art by Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano

Artwork, featured

Claudia Ficca and Davide Luciano are Canadian artists who decided to take an ugly inconvenience – a pothole, and turn it into art.  The photoshoots took only 10 minutes from start to finish, and took place in cities like New York, Montreal, and LA.  Take a look at what they’ve done. Santa Claus Just in […]

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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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Harry Potter vs Voldemort

Artwork, Books, Film, Humor

The new Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiers this Friday, and with that mind, an artist friend of ours from our sister site, Bizarre Bytes, put together this little Harry Potter comic to illustrate how the Harry Potter universe probably could have been paired down to a single book. (Check out […]

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Pop-Culture Illustrations

Artwork, Humor

It’s no secret that we here at Digital Bus Stop are fans of illustrators, and that list has grown to include Minneapolis, Minnesota based illustrator David Schwen. His pop-culture inspired illustrations are humorous, satirical, and downright irreverent. Below are some of my favorites of his illustrations, but you should absolutely check out his Flickr page […]

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