French concept artist Bastien Grivet delivers a strong illustrated collection of the worlds of tomorrow, full of menace and wonder, that somehow feels as if it was painted in the past.
Here’s an unlikely mash-up that we’d nonetheless love to see – everyone’s favorite comic strip duo as the Dark Knight and the Boy Wonder. Actually we’d be content with just more Calvin and Hobbes.
LTL Prints has launched a collection of Mars Attacks wall graphics featuring original artwork from the classic collectible Topps trading cards. They’re self-adhesive and available in a variety of sizes.
At the Silicon Valley TechFair, Microsoft Research showed how to extract clear images from short and blurry video clips by combining the sharp parts of the image from each frame of the video.
These advertisements for Disney’s Star Wars Weekends at their Hollywood Studios theme park are truly inspired. Our favorite? Yoda carving Mickey Mouse hedges with his lightsaber.
Whether or not these are images of Tron Legacy’s evil villain and henchmen, or just some cool Tron fan art, we’re digging these guys’ bad-ass light-up black outfits and killer frisbees.
We have seen quite a few reasonable exchanges on Yahoo Answers, but this answer about exploding beer in the microwave is probably the best one we’ve ever seen. Ever.
The Graffomat vending machine is fully stocked with graffiti supplies, including spray paint and ski masks, just in case you run out mid-spray while creating a mural in a dark alley at 4 am.
Get your mind off of bombs placed in metropolitan areas, encroaching oil spills and ash cloud aftermath with this fine chart that categorizes your mustache by its corresponding font.
At last – a money shot that’s safe for work. The folks in this series of photographs have completely reinvented themselves as global currency, and some of the results are pretty darn funny.
If you have any question what this whole “steampunk” thing is all about, we bring you this simple informational diagram which should set things straight once and for all.
Hexagonall’s stripped-down posters of Tim Burton’s movies preserve Burton’s charm and macabre visual sense. A bit of editing and you’ve got perfect wallpapers for your iPhone or iPod Touch.
Arthur C. Clarke’s classic science fiction novel may have had several false-starts as a studio motion picture, but this fan-made Rama film by Philip Mahoney and Aaron Ross will tide us over for now.