San Francisco-based artist Ben Vierk is putting together a beautifully detailed pack of playing cards with designs inspired by money, ancient symbols and uncommon geometry. Who knew those things could be so gorgeous together?
Graphic artist and illustrator Mordi Levi created these 3D meshes of characters from Game of Thrones, but reduced the number of polygons to create a cool stylized visual effect. Can we play a video game with these characters now?
(Gore) Artist Dan Luvisi decided to take popular characters from cartoons and animation and send them into a dark and disturbing alternative universe as characters in violent R-rated and just downright warped new settings.
The Edgy Brothers‘ Bicycle playing cards are inspired by the Mexican Day of the Dead. Each face card is embellished with intricate skeletons. Let’s help them get to their $50k stretch goal so those awesome painted decks get made.
Brooklyn pop artist Technodrome1 creates colorful eye candy of pop culture figures using bold black outlines and brain-popping fields of color. Be sure to check out their T-shirts and iPhone cases too. Framed prints here.
Artist Dan Shearn has a love of 1980s pop culture and a love of LEGO, so he combined these two into a series of illustrations, envisioning the decade’s iconic characters as minifigs. The Warriors is from 1979, but we’ll forgive him.
Displate offers imagery from over 1000 artists, printed onto a slim steel canvas. A magnetic wall mounting system makes them easy to hang, they look great, and there’s something for just about every style. (Thanks Eric!)
Artist and Skull-a-Day creator Noah Scalin designed this cool black and white 24″x36″ print which at once conjures images of 1960s pop art but also stands on its own in any modern setting. Limited edition of just 100 prints.
iam8bit teamed up with Insomniac Games to create a series of prints to celebrate the 10th anniversary of Ratchet & Clank. First up, a limited-edition print by Aled Lewis, loaded with all their best weapons.
Illustrator Stephen Wildish tries to make something witty each Friday. These film alphabets with clever graphics corresponding to each letter are great examples and available in plenty of print options.