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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5 Most High Profile Art Crimes

Artwork

Not everyone in the art world has the same taste. Art is one of the most subjective creations of the human experience, and anything from your niece’s scribbles of kittens to that experimental band grinding away on their guitars can be dubbed art, yet there are those universally agreed upon pieces of art that have […]

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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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Disney Princesses by J Scott Campbell

Artwork, Babes, featured

Hope he doesn’t mind if we show you these.  They are comic book re imaginings of the Disney Princesses.  Wowza.  We’ve covered the Disney Princess territory before, with those Disney Vogue covers we ran a while back.  These reworkings (re-imaginings?) are a tad, well, sexier.  Almost to the point of *ahem.*  Just barely SFW, folks.  That’s why […]

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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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Propaganda Posters Star Wars Style

Artwork, featured

Propaganda posters have been used to convince populations that war was a necessity.  Different governments during the first and second World Wars used propaganda posters to inspire hate and fear toward the enemy and pride and loyalty toward one’s own country and cause.  So, when one looks at the Star Wars saga, there is a […]

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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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Missed Connections Artwork by Sophie Blackall

Artwork, featured

Are you the type of person who scours the “Missed Connections” section of your local paper or craigslist, hoping to see yourself referenced?  Or are you more the type of person who reads “missed connections” because you enjoy that peep into the corners of otherwise secret lives?  Sophie Blackall is one of the latter, and […]

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Trashy Dresses & Recycled Wardrobes

Artwork, Babes, Bizarre, featured

Packing Peanuts for lift and support Packing peanuts are just for shipping and cushioning your fragile items they also provide support for your breasts. Designer by Rj Dollen, thankfully. I think Lilia Staahl would look good in anything so this really isn’t a fair test for the fashion sense of wearing packing peanuts as a […]

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Vogue Disney Princesses

Artwork, featured, Film

These images have floated all around Tumblr for a while, so we guess it’s OK to post them here.  After a bit of digging, we found that the artist behind these re-imaginings of the Disney Princesses is Dante Tyler Brown.  You can find him on DeviantArt and we give him a shout out and full […]

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