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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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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