Category — Popular Culture
Italian graffiti artist, CT takes wildstyle to a different level with his vector approach to wall graphics.
October 5, 2010 No Comments 2,528 views
If you’re a fan of cosplay and didn’t make it down to Comic-Con, thank Maximum PC for going all out to get 600 photos of cosplayers at the event.
September 5, 2009 1 Comment 11,504 views
Wow – what is there not to love about carnival? I think London’s Notting Hill Carnival – the only one I’ve been to – shames in comparison to efforts from places like Sao Paulo, Brazil!
March 7, 2009 No Comments 3,578 views
I love these illustrations converted to target posters featuring a slew of movie and game baddies. A simple and effective idea by Olly Moss.
January 17, 2009 No Comments 3,642 views
An acquired taste if you like your pin-up girls zombified! My Zombie Pinup calendar gives you 13 months of glorious photography.
January 1, 2009 No Comments 1 views
The winners of the CGTalk forums’ Star Wars steampunk contest are up and there’s some good stuff there, such as the following.
December 8, 2008 No Comments 7,487 views
Siggeir Hafsteinsson brings Star Wars to Iceland with these old halftone art photos that depict storm troopers, Nebulon-Bs and AT-ATs. Reykjavik will never be the same!
November 17, 2008 No Comments 2,332 views
Like coin-ops? Then you’ll love this Flickr set of vintage coin-op machines.
The Coin-Op collection on flickr is a superb collection and example of what a wonderful sight old coin-op machines can be. Good visual reference for that mechanical vintage look.
June 19, 2008 No Comments 2,878 views
If you collect designer toys and are mclovin’ the DIY kind, then check out this selection to download and make.
Artist Chris Beaumont has promised to bring us a new cube styled paper toy every week, available at CubeCraft.com and there are a few more on 4Kids.tv
March 30, 2008 1 Comment 107,860 views
If you like Lego, you’ll love the Brothers Brick Lego block, which touts contributions featuring interesting and unique, fun Lego creations.
I’ve featured Lego here before (Iron Man lego) and although I’m not fanatical about the brand, interesting Lego models do catch my eye, especially if they’re not too “Lego-like”.
Licenses also get my attention and there’s a crop of models currently being released for the forthcoming new Indiana Jones film.
This one below is quite an impressive diorama, displaying the temple escape from the beginning of The Raiders of the Lost Ark.
January 6, 2008 1 Comment 14,505 views