Etsy store GamerGram makes metallic prints that are so shiny you have to see how the light hits them to fully appreciate their beauty. Right now they’re focused on video game art and geeky fan-submitted artwork, but they’re looking for artists to diversify their prints.
Pop artist Butcher Billy gave classic pop songs a dark twist by turning them into fictional Stephen King horror books. Although to be fair Every Breath You Take already has creepy lyrics. You can get the artworks on prints, tees, bags, and other merchandise on Red Bubble.
So you’ve got an enemy you want to put in their place? A simple 4-letter word or middle finger just won’t do the trick. Charley Chartwell’s has you covered with this reference chart packed with the Bard’s whip-smart witticisms, ready to address all of your insult needs.
Wonderful pieces of wall art for baseball fans, these limited-edition Chicago Tribune press plates commemorate the Cubbies’ long awaited World Series victory. Includes 11.5″ x 22″ plates from the front page and sports section. Save 55% in The Awesomer Shop.
BLIK, IdeaPaint and doodle artist Jon Burgerman created a stick-on black and white decal that can be colored over and over with the included markers. The decal measures 40″x 24.5″ and comes with 12 markers, 2 erasers, 2 cleaning cloths and a cleaning spray.
Inspired by Star Wars: The Force Awakens, this striking image by Derek Payne features Rey scavenging on the surface of Jakku against the dramatic backdrop of a crashed Star Destroyer. Measures 18″ x 24″ and printed on archival quality paper. 23% off in The Awesomer Shop.
Looking for some new art for that empty spot on your wall? City Prints has a huge variety of prints which pay homage to cities, ballparks, airports, universities, and more around the U.S. Better yet, you can save 34% off any 12″x12″ unframed print in The Awesomer Shop.
If you ask us, ’80’s language is, like, totally coming back. Immerse yourself in this charming era with this tubular poster (shipped in a tube!) from rad designers Tim and Aurélia Sanders. It even shows you how to use these words so you don’t look like a major dweeb. Made in Seattle.
WhoIsPablo is back with another series of classic movie posters brought to life by replacing their static images with actual scenes from the films. We’re guessing that some day soon, theaters will replace printed posters with these, displayed on a sideways monitor.