Artist Rosemarie Fiore doesn’t use brushes to create her bold modern works of art. She blows things up. To put a finer point on it, she “paints” by placing lit firecrackers under small cans of paint.
What would happen if one of the greatest movies of all time were remade by one of the worst directors of all time? This. I’m afraid. I’m afraid, Dave. Dave, my mind is going… I can feel it.
If you have even the slightest fondness in your heart for the original Star Wars movies, you owe it to yourself to check out these beautiful original concept issues by illustrator Ralph McQuarrie.
Former British cricket-captain-turned-artist Michael Vaughan has created a 16′ x 5′ “artball” painting of a Chevy Cruze by hurling thousands of paint-covered cricket balls against a blank canvas.
HKMT has introduced 4 new series of customizable HD luxury multimedia rooms, which include full HD picture, master audio, wireless connectivity for multiple laptops and video conferencing.
In the newly released Samurai Shodown Sen for the Xbox 360, familiar favorites and new fighters defend their ancient culture. This latest installment includes deadly finishing moves and online play.
Made of solid steel with rubber feet, these handmade metal mousepads from Greensforged also include an inscription of your choice. Looks like Father Grigori already ordered his.
These miniature 2″ tall Domo collectibles will look great sitting on your desk between all your other random schwag. Every one you order is randomly-selected from one of 15 different designs.
It was a 21st century video game based on a 20th century video game, then it was a movie based on that video game. Now it’s a new video game again. Go figure. Just watch the gameplay and enjoy.
Bungie’s April Fools joke this year is a doozy. Combining the Halo universe with the classic Battle Chess, they’ve put together a game concept that seems just too good to be a prank.
Cute. Cuddly. Cannibalistic. The Muppets take on Ben E. King’s classic Stand By Me with fuzzy bunny rabbits and a hungry monster. …and I thought Steven King’s version was dark.