Artist Kishokahime has put together a set of art nouveau images of the other princesses, you know the characters that Disney doesn’t own.
It’s quite good… Above we have Lydia from Beatlejuice and Amalthia from the Last Unicorn and below we have Sorsha from Willow, Black Lady from Sailor Moon, Lili from Legend, Malta from Sea Prince and the Fire Child, The Childlike Empress from Neverending Story, Crysta from Fern Gully, Thumbelina, Odette from The Swan Princess, Sarah from Labrynth, and Anastasia
This Christmas Tree ornament is possibly one of the oddest gifts one could give somone. On the one hand you are essentially giving somone a lump of coal, which is a big Christmas no no, on the other you are giving them one og the cutest things in the world!
They are available to pre-order from Steff Bomb on Etsy and cost just $15 (£9.70) + shipping.
These Art Nouveau images are by Artist Melissa Somerville (Deviant Art Page), and feture characters from the Legend of Zelda series. Her Deviant Art page is full of cool illustrations based on among other things the Zelda Universe and the Okami Universe.
I can’t seem to find a fill size image of the Link and Zelda Images above just a Triptych.
Via Blue Dog Eyes
I think @Avarinne will appreciate this Science by Alexey Yakovlev
A gift to my friend-a beautiful woman, a microbiologist and a good person.
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I love this image of a tree by QiQiGallery available on Etsy, it’s labeled as a modern abstract but I like to think that each panel represents a season, I don’t know if that was the intention. You can buy this for $365 US + shipping from Canada. If you like what you see the same gallery has a number of other paintings in a similar style.
I searched for a word for the equivalent of a triptych but with four images the best I could come up with was “Quiptych” or “Quadtych” there appear to be Flickr groups for both…
This Image by Chris Kawagiwa depicts Darth Vader as Atlas with the weight of the empire on his shoulders, it’s available as a T-Shirt at WeLoveFine for $25
Via Rampaged Reality
I stumbled onto the image below which tells you how to make moss graffiti in simple steps, I did a quick Google and also found an instructables article on this and another that suggests beer instead of butter milk. All in all the idea is pretty neat, although I think moss can be a bitch to get rid of.
I wonder how long it will be before someone starts using this technique and a plastic stencil to do Banksy-esque graffiti using moss.
Via Real Lol
These made me chuckle, and I can see the truth in most of them. They are by someone called Matt Stevenson but I can’t find any link to lead you to him.
Via This isn’t Happiness
The above image was created PeekaBooPeeper as part of an art project to create a super hero in a digital storytelling class:
We had to make up a super hero in my digital storytelling class and because we had free range, I decided it would be fun to combine three of my favorite gaming characters into one…had to make up a silly story about the freak accident that brought “Big Daddy Linkio” (Big Daddy+Mario+Link) into existence, describe his traits, powers, and so on…emphasis was story telling but gave me a great excuse to indulge in a completely ridiculous looking character…
Found this lovely stained Glass image by Mandy Manzano featuring a whole bunch of Disney characters. Her Facebook page has more of her work including a preview of another unfinished Disney Stained glass image below:
She doesn’t just do Disney though look at her Facebook page there is even a shop you can buy stuff from.