Posts tagged "Design"


Legends of Wrestling by Dave Merrell


Spider-Man & Venom

Illustrations by Nick Balliett


The Time Machine by Paul Shipper / Blog / Tumblr

Regular and Variant edition screen prints. Part of the Gizmos and Gadgets art show at the Bottleneck Gallery.


Artist Patty McPancakes created an awesome series of striking Star Wars propaganda posters.

[via HiConsumption]


Igor Chak’s Space Invaders couch concept is now a reality

An instant conversation starter, this unique retro gaming inspired couch will be the highlight of any room. Designed and manufactured in Los Angeles, California; to insure the highest build quality. It features and all fine leather pixelated retro design, a low profile, and memory foam cushions. This is a limited production and will only be available for a short time.

Width: 77.2 in (196 cm)
Depth: 33.1 in (84 cm)
Height: 29.8 in (75.8 cm)
Seat depth: 22 in (56 cm)
Seat height: 18.5 in (47 cm)

Just in time for xmas if you have a spare $5000.00 USD


Gaming Illustrations by Anemic Angels / Tumblr / Facebook


Star Wars Guitars

Created by Tom Bingham

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Star Wars Astromech Droid by PodpadStudios

That droid is fully operational! Lovingly registered as “Zoe”, this unique replica astromech from the Star Wars series has her own router, webcame, and IP address, as well as a fire extinguisher, utility and claw arms, periscope, smoke machine port (that can shoot unsuspecting kids in the eyeballs), and even a holographic projector that displays Princess Leia’s distress message onto a nearby wall. Wired up with glow-y lights and el-wire, Zoe has got it all except for the fully autonomous, plucky attitude and knack for accidentally falling into zany adventures in space. Check out the full detailed report over at Instructables, with some video of the holo-projection and Christmas Tree action below:

Artist: Blogspot


Assassin by Justin Currie

I picked up Assassin’s Creed 3 at midnight a few days ago. Screw you, real world, I don’t need you anymore! And I’ve got lots of people to kill immediately.

Artist: DeviantArt / Blogspot


Holy awesomeness Batman, check out this incredible LEGO Batman Batcave!

Built as an MOC collaboration project between Carlyle Livingston II and Wayne Hussey, this remarkable miniature Batcave was created over the course of twelve weeks - 800 hours of labour. It even has all the relevant Bat-vehicles: Batmobile, Batcopter, Batcycle and so on. Altogether 20,000 parts and pieces were used to build the LEGO Batcave, which weighs an impressive 100 pounds. It even lights up using “battery powered LED Christmas lights and LED flash lights cannibalized and rewired to run off one battery.” 

Be sure to visit Carlyle’s Flickr page to check out detailed photos of this amazing creation. 

[via HiConsumption]