I have a soft spot for posting pictures of People wearing Lichtenstein Makeup. some of my most viewed blog posts of all time are collections of Lichtenstein make up images and I’ve also posted a tutorial I found online which people seemed to like.
So I was pleasantly surprised when twitter suggested I follow @C0LOUREDLIGHTS (Tumblr) a Glasgow based make up artist and upon looking at her profile saw an example of Lichtenstein style make up. Looking through her Tumblr I found yet another which made me even happier:
Artists should make their signatures easier to read… It took me 4 attempts at figuring out what the artist who drew this picture I found on Reddit’s surname. Her name is Sylvia T. Leung (Not Leary, Leany or Learg they don’t exist or don’t draw images about ChronoTrigger).
But I like to do my due diligence, so I found her profile on Deviant Art, she’ s done another rough image of the same characters:
I posted a set of images by Jed Henry a while ago he continues to create more and more and this one of Samus fighting Mother Brain is very cool.
Via Jed Henry
When I wrote a post about the other princesses noveau it occurred to me that I hadn’t seen a She-Ra (Princess of Power) Nouveau image so I Googled and found the above, by Eamon but I also found a gallery of 7 Deadly sins of 80’s cartoon Nouveau… That is what this site is about!
7 Deadly Sins, 80’s Cartoons, and art nouveau, anyway here we go, the gallery is all images by bandeau:
I’m tempted to buy these, for just a Dollar you get 14 images you can print out on card and smugly hand out to people. They are available from Pedestrian Penalty Cards.
Via This Isn’t Happiness
Do not read this if you have not seen the Dark Knight Rises.
It’s really funny, but it is essentially the whole plot of the film, it also has a minor spoiler for The Avengers, but nothing major.
Images after break, you have been warned… Continue reading “Graphic Spoiler Alert Does TDKR”
It’s been a while since I posted any Disney Princesses here, so I decided to post these Gothic Disney Princesses by Skullyan
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He’s also done these lovely illustrations of the 4 seasons:
The images represent Winter, Autumn, Summer and Spring in that order, why that order? Because I assume he added them in chronological order starting from Spring and deviant art sorts images starting with the most recent so I pasted them in the the order I found them and I’m too lazy to change it…
I’m loving this connect the dots tattoo that Colleen AF Venable has, you can find an entire gallery of images related to it on her Flickr page. In her own words:
Ever since I was little I joked about getting my birthmarks numbered–that I was one big connect-the-dots tattoo that made a “me”. This tattoo is part of “The Stalking and Murdering of a Childhood Giraffe Project” (full explanation of the art project is HERE.) It’s an extremely visible invisible tattoo and Dave C. Wallin who made it did an AMAZING job considering how small the numbers had to be. Pretty sure I’m not the first person in the universe to come up with this idea, but I’ve yet to see another connect-the-dots tattoo. Got my tattoo on August 25, 2007. The design was based on a really geometric giraffe drawing I found in 2003 (if anyone can find the name of the original artist I would be super appreciative!), but I modified it to have spots and be even more box-like. I love this tattoo so much…which makes it hard to walk down the street without starring at my own calf.
In the cool but pointless category, Brazilian retailer C&A (Is that the same C&A that used to exist in the UK?) has started displaying the number of likes items of clothing have received on their Facebook page. I was lead to believe that Facebook wasn’t very big in Brazil and they all use Orkut but that’s besides the point.
As the venture beat article points out online shopping is usually based on the images, and pictures don’t tell you how well made an item is or how the fabric feels. Something that looks really nice can feel like it’s made from camel testicles.
Via Venture Beat
These images by Tony Fleecs depict famous Geek Icons on the cover of pulp novels, A host of characters including Emma Frost, Batgirl, Harly Quin, Mary Jane, Padme, Princess Leia, Princess Peach, Rogue, Gambit, Super Girl, and Wonder Woman all grace these covers. Also scroll to the bottom for a sad little bonus image I found on his Deviant Art profile…
I didn’t think this scene from Transformers the movie could be more sad but somehow with the cuteness added it’s even sadder…