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Dexter’s Victims (Infographic)

Dexter’s Victims (Infographic)

Shahed Syed created this illustration which explains exactly how Dexter has taken down each of his victims throughout show’s five seasons (and even before the show started.). Contains spoilers.

Vectorfunk Rorschach Posters

Vectorfunk Rorschach Posters

Matt W. Moore’s limited edition graphic illustrations are inspired by classic Rorschach Tests, with hyper-colorful and psychedelic twists; we’re curious to know what you see when you look at them?

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Superhero Dinosaurs

Superhero Dinosaurs

Much like chocolate and peanut butter, we think dinosaurs and superheroes are one of the greatest combos ever; ergo, we’re pleased to present the inspired illustrations of David Resto. (Thanks Matt!)

Iotacons

Iotacons

16-bit art has seen a resurgence lately, but Andy Rash hearkens back to even earlier (video game) times with Iotacons, extremely low res portraits reminiscent of more primitive 8-bit games.

Learn Something Every Day

Learn Something Every Day

Maybe some of the tidbits are unsubstantiated, but the simple factoids with complementary drawings that we found at Learn Something Every Day had us grinning from ear to ear. (Thanks Chris!)

Oh My God (Video)

Oh My God (Video)

Everything is illuminated in this beautifully constructed music video directed by Roger Haus and Matteo Crinelli for Cocoon. Illustrated using Adobe Flash and animated in After Effects.

Star Wars Alphabet

Star Wars Alphabet

When artist Brandon Peat found out his wife was expecting, they decided to illustrate an charming alphabet of Star Wars characters for the nursery, choosing most characters from the Original Trilogy.

Typewriter Art

Typewriter Art

Artist Keira Rathbone uses vintage typewriters as a medium to create her work. Typing out letters, numbers and symbols in place of brush strokes and pixels results in these fascinating images.

Gingers!

Gingers!

If you asked us to name a dozen famous redheads, we’d struggle to get past Ronald McDonald. Please refer to this handy wall chart the next time you’re asked to do the same. Say, where’s Murray?

Dr. Seuss x Star Wars

Dr. Seuss x Star Wars

Cartoonist Adam Watson imagines what it would be like if Dr. Seuss wrote Star Wars. Watson’s art is good, but it’s the prose that really ties things together. We hope he turns this into a whole book.

Star Wars Mashup Posters

Star Wars Mashup Posters

Graphic designer Matthew Ranzetta’s poster designs brilliantly combine Star Wars imagery with other classic movies. Yes, Luke did have a cool hand once it was replaced with a mechanical one.

IKEA Instructions for Everything

IKEA Instructions for Everything

If you thought building a desk or a dresser from IKEA was a challenge, these hysterical, hypothetical instruction sheets from College Humor will really put your assembly skills to the test.

3D Drawings

3D Drawings

At first glance, you’d think that you were looking at some sort of 3-dimensional sculpture, but these are just flat sheets of paper, illustrated with incredible depth by Chilean artist Fredo.

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Picasso Superheroes

Picasso Superheroes

Artists Mike and Matt of Wonder Bros offer these Picasso-esque superhero prints over at their Etsy shop. While we kinda like scrambled Spider-Man, The Man of Steel is going to give us nightmares.

Doug Boehm Illustration

Doug Boehm Illustration

We’re digging the tender personalities and earthy tones in each of the 4 Monster Mash prints from Doug Boehm, who in addition to these seasonally appropriate fiends has a terrific portfolio of work.

Laurie Lipton Illustration

Laurie Lipton Illustration

London-based Laurie Lipton has developed her own peculiar drawing technique building up tone with thousands of fine cross-hatching lines like an egg tempera painting. Insane, haunting, and inspired.

Sentinel Playing Cards

Sentinel Playing Cards

These Sentinel playing cards, a collaboration from theory11 and Hatch, are absolutely gorgeous inside and out, from the original art on the cards to the metallic accents and on the sleek and sturdy box.

Law and Order: Artistic Intent

Law and Order: Artistic Intent

Even though Law and Order has been canceled, we still love these artist interpretations of the one-line episode summaries for the show. Wish we could have seen this exhibition live. (Thanks Kevin!)

Shark Rex

Shark Rex

Hector Lopez‘ illustration combines three of our favorite things, sharks, giant dinosaurs, and robots. This thing needs to be made real, or at least turned into a movie on the SyFy channel.

ALT/1977

ALT/1977

Designer Alex Varanese illustrations envision an alternate version of the disco era, with the assumption he could go back in time with 2010 technology and market it to a whole new audience.

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Jon Han Illustrations

Jon Han Illustrations

We like the connect-disconnect feeling in these conceptual pieces from L.A. illustrator Jon Han, who creates his work by combining sketchy hand-drawn elements with sharp digital edges and flat colors.

Pop Culture Sneaker Collection

Pop Culture Sneaker Collection

UK artist Daniel Reese has created a great collection of sneakers inspired by contemporary pop culture using a standard Nike trainer as base, and is now available for commission work.

Venn: Origin of the Keytar

Venn: Origin of the Keytar

Tenso Graphics created this hilarious Venn diagram that explains exactly how we got the Keytar – and the duck-billed platypus. Or is it the Guitboard, and a platypus-tailed duck? You decide.

Around the World

Around the World

Would you believe Andrey Gordeev’s amusing (if just a wee-bit stereotypical) point-of-view illustration series Around the World was created for a trucking company’s calendar? Us neither.

Airplane Safety

Airplane Safety

In the event of a water landing, be sure to read over this handy flight safety instruction card illustrator Will Schneider found in the seatback pocket in front of him.

A Separate Reality

A Separate Reality

Artist Alex Andreyev’s evocative paintings envision a slightly askew world filled with zero-gravity vehicles, gigantic dirigibles and tentacled creatures. We’re not sure it looks like a fun place to live.

Pac-Man Ghost Guide

Pac-Man Ghost Guide

We all know Inky, Blinky, Pinky and Clyde, but we bet you didn’t know about some of the lesser known ghosts from the game. This handy guide by CMYBacon should help you sort things out.

Concept Art: Massive Black

Concept Art: Massive Black

The house of Massive Black creates art for movies, games, comics, toys and more. Bask in the warm glow of these wondrous creatures and fantastical worlds from their concept art collection.

Disney Characters Drawn to Scale

Disney Characters Drawn to Scale

Remember Juan Pablo Bravo’s Pixar character scale comparison chart? We’ll he’s back. This time he’s got 250 Disney characters over the years – at a whopping 20,779 pixels wide.

Inappropriate Golden Books

Inappropriate Golden Books

Pixar story artist Josh Cooley has created a clever collection called “Inappropriate Golden Books” – drawings in the style of the beloved kiddie books but referencing contemporary movies instead.

Hierarchy Of Beards

Hierarchy Of Beards

What are the three primary beards? Is a Maltese the same as a Claus-esque beard? What the hell is a Queen’s Brigade? All these and more are addressed in the manliest poster ever made.

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