This animated film by Bricenco and Alapont may be in French, but you don’t need to understand a word to drink in the story – in which the true colors of a black-and-white world are revealed.
A while back, designer Olly Moss created this funny t-shirt that revised the standard food chain diagram by adding zombies. This anonymously upgraded version of the chart is just that much better.
Talented tattoo artist Jun Cha has created the stylishly minimal Black Tear, a limited edition of 100 pairs of shoes exclusively for the C1RCA skateboarding company, arriving later this month.
This mechanical device by artist Blake Fall-Conroy does one thing and one thing only. It pays you $7.15 an hour by simply turning the crank. Despite the tedium, it’s probably better than your job.
The Deluxx Fluxx Arcade is an enveloping art collaboration between famed street artists Faile & Bast, where game rooms and machines are transformed into an interactive experience.
Illustrator Franco Brambilla envisions a world of alien invasions, carefully compositied into vintage postcards. There are a variety of lifeforms in the series, the Star Wars images are classics.
If your feeble mind can’t keep up with these newfangled digital video games, then perhaps a game of Analog Tetris is for you. You’ve gotta think quick with bricks dropped by a real live human.
Artist Bill Zeman’s chronicle of his often futile attempts to please his young daughter, resulting in hilarious drawings and even more hilarious comments from his Tiny Art Director.
Paintings and pixels collide in Worth 1000’s Video Game Renaissance contest, which challenged master Photoshoppers to mash-up their favorite video game imagery with classic artworks.
Sustainability, style and skateboarding come together in the Harvest collection by Japanese artist Haroshi, featuring beautiful woodcraft and accessories made out of used skateboard decks.
It may look like a ghetto blaster, but upon closer inspection you’ll see it’s made from fabric. Handsewn by Blythe Church, this felt boombox even has a removable plush cassette tape.
Global graffiti artist Banksy’s premiere film took Sundance by storm. The comedic documentary pulls us into the underground street art world, and attempts to capture the elusive Banksy on film.
Designboom has assembled a gallery of the unlikely beauty found in subway stations and tunnels around the globe. None of the underground “L” stations here in Chicago could ever compete.
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.
Graphic artist Juan Pablo Bravo has put together this amazing drawing which shows off 100 characters from Pixar’s animated films, all drawn in proportion to one another.
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.
New York artist Christopher Conte, a former prosthetic limb maker, creates futuristic sculptures from cast components, found parts and exotic materials from the aerospace and medical fields.
Animator Peter Blaskovic’s Flame will pull you in with its initial simplicity, but artists will find themselves completely enthralled by the ethereal works they can create with the little Flash app.
Iowa artist Michael Myers has created a richly jewel-toned series of posters, inspired by vintage DC Comics. Be sure to check out his amusingly accurate Lost character illustrations too.
We never tire of admiring the light and shadow in Philadelphia artist Mark Khaisman’s intriguing art, made from packing tape and backlit acrylic panels, and we love his latest series of portraits in red.
We like the way Chicago photographer Eric Holubow captures the lost souls of abandoned buildings, and all the decaying and dignified stories that still exist within them.
Check out the Desktop Wallpaper Project at art and design blog Kitsune Noir for some of the best wallpapers you’ll ever see, pre-formatted for PCs, the iPhone, PSP and even the iPad.
While we wish he’d look at some awesome(r) things, Barack Obama does his best to feign interest in slightly more awesome things in these pics by Dean Trippe (aka Bearsharktopus Man).
It’s not unusual for Burger King to make strange ad campaigns. Remember Subservient Chicken? These posters by Tonic Dubai feature horror movie killers getting a late night fix at the B.K. Lounge.
Art crosses over to life with Alexa Meade’s stunning artwork: her subjects are literally painted, turning them into living canvases by using tempera and acrylic on flesh and other objects.
Games Are Evil’s Game Developers Flowchart also doubles as a surprisingly broad and deep family tree; it’s the end-all, be-all definitive history of video game development studios.
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