Digitally animated shorts are becoming a breeding ground for new and established talents. This one might actually get some serious attention. Inspired by Chinese legend, two brothers hunt for an elusive fox. But this fox is anything but a wily animal from the woods. Directed by Thomas Bozovic, Alexandre Cazals, Julien Legay, and Chao Ma.… Continue reading Two Brothers. One Fox. [Video]
“Kuato Lives!” indeed! With the recent release of an updated Total Recall, one can’t help but wax romantic over Ah-nuld’s 1990 opus. Made by Tyler Stout and D & L Screenprinting, this poster variant is one striking memorial of how the earlier movie (arguably) in its time, kicked sci-fi ass. – Via Ffffound.
You won’t believe the story behind these pair of shoes. Not just because it was made from the skin of a known felon, but the circumstances around its creation and the story that soon followed (yes, they were even worn by one unsuspecting guy for a party). This may well be one story for the… Continue reading Shoes Made Of Human Skin [Photo]
This is an entry for both the website and the video below. In a project where real life images are converted into text isn’t really new, but how about a project where one can see actual streets as a moving image but using ASCII. To view the website, you’ll need Chrome, Firefox 8+, or another… Continue reading Moving Street Painting With ASCII [Video]
Entitled “A Cast of Currys”, this painting by Todd Spencer is his tribute to the superb movie characters portrayed by British actor Tim Curry. Spencer wanted to paint an image as if all the characters in his movie appeared in a group photo. This painting measures 15”x18”, acrylic on illustration board. – Via Culture Popped.
The Gallery 1988 show on Thursday will showcase its annual Crazy 4 Cult show in New York. Here is a preview. One of the works featured is the 16-bit homage to the cult horror/comedy flick Shaun Of The Dead made by Aled Lewis via The Fox Is Black. If this is a game, we would… Continue reading 16 Bit Shaun Of The Dead Art [Photo]
Though video games out-earn comic books in the market, one can’t help imagine a crossover. These might actually be interesting given the right people to produce them. Weren’t Metal Gear Solid and Mortal Kombat turned to comic books before? – Via Geeks Are Sexy.
You can witness the entire process of creating this amazing image here. We thank Jason Freeney for this zaniness. – Via Moist Production.
Haruhiko Kawaguchi is a weird but witty photographer. He feels love is fleeting and impermanent. One longs for it and sometimes, it can be like a drug that can be addictive. Kawaguchi wants to immortalize love. So he capture those moments in plastic wrap. – Via Spiegel.
If you thought the Robert Altman helmed Robin Williams vehicle isn’t enough to give justice to the iconic spinach-chugging pipe-smoking muscle-bound seafarer, then consider yourself confused with this fan made film. With a huge departure from the source material, Popeye now looks like an underwear model who mumbles his lines like Sly Stallone (or Vin… Continue reading Popeye Live Action Short [Video]