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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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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Banana Sculptures

Artwork, Bizarre

Now, we at Digital Bus Stop have featured our fair share of food art, but this next set may actually be our favorite. While lots of people can draw on eggs or carve a pumpkin, it takes a certain type of skill to carve a ripe banana. That, however, is just what Japenese artist y_yamaden has […]

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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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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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Amazing Sand Art

Artwork

This is sand, made into art.  It may not be permanent, it may not be stable, but it is amazing, and it is, well, sandy.  When you think about the time, effort, determination, and skill that goes into each of these creations, it’s hard to imagine it all crumbling back to sand again.  So don’ […]

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Hand-Stitched Vogue Magazine Covers

Artwork, Babes

I’m not going to lie and say that I read Vogue Magazine, because I don’t, but I do spend a lot of time on the internet, and when I came across these two hand-stitched Vogue Magazine covers, I felt the need to share. The covers were done by artist Inge Jacobsen so you should definitely […]

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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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ReStyled AT-ATs

Artwork, Film, Humor, Television

A combination of movies and shows from the past and Star Wars? We call that one a win boys and girls (or winning if you’re Charlie Sheen). 30 year old graphic designer and Glasgow resident “SevenHundred” has created a series of t-shirt designs combining AT-ATs and popular movies and TV series from the past. Check […]

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Star Wars Pin-Up Propaganda Posters

Artwork, Babes

For years, artist Feng Zhu has been working on some of the most high profile projects in movies and games. However, when he’s not designing work for George Lucas or Electronic Arts, he does some drawings on his own. Drawing from the Star Wars universe, he’s created a series of propaganda posters with…provocative ladies encouraging […]

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