Saturday, March 31, 2012

Thursday, March 29, 2012

Plush Princess Leia and Gamorrean Guard




Plush Princess Leia and Gamorrean Guard by Kittyzilla, who has plush creatures on sale here.

Monday, March 26, 2012

The apps on Mr. Burns's iPad



The apps on Mr. Burns's iPad.

Wednesday, March 21, 2012

Magic die by Mark Ryden



Dodecahedron by Mark Ryden for the upcoming Juxtapoz anniversary show at Copro.

Label your cables with these little men




Cable Labels on sale here.

Tuesday, March 20, 2012

Argyle tee




Space Invaders argyle shirt on sale at Etsy.

Bioshock Infinite's Boys of Silence


Monday, March 19, 2012

Saturday, March 17, 2012

John Carter of Mars and more visions of space from the Walt Disney show

























Chibi 300 Spartan






Joe Amaro and Xavier Marrero ran into Gerard Butler in a restaurant. One thing led to another, and they ended up making this for him.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Lego Smooth Criminal Michael Jackson



Lego Smooth Criminal Michael Jackson by Shannon Sproule.

Thursday, March 15, 2012

Monday, March 12, 2012

G-Force starring Zac Efron




Gatchaman by John Aslarona, who has art on sale here.

List of identities in The Gangs of New York

Including the Mandelbaum Gang:

One of the most successful criminal fences in New York during the 19th century, "Marm" Mandelbaum hosted extravagant dinner parties attended by her "inner circle" of noted female criminals.

Sunday, March 11, 2012

Mobile charging station by FedEx



Human charging station by FedEx.

Prints by Michael Karcz









Prints by Michael Karcz on sale as described here.

"How I Helped Destroy Star Wars Galaxies"

Patrick Desjardins describes how he made "almost a six-figure salary" playing Star Wars Galaxies. His downfall was appropriately cinematic:

After almost two years, I could see that this would not last. Player counts were dropping; the game was being mishandled more and more. When they did away with the holo-grinding, it wrecked a large part of my business model. And again, when the Jedi-village went live, it was the final nail. No one needed to spend vast amounts on anything any more. You could just become a Jedi from a quest chain.

I started shutting down my enterprise. I had bought and sold dozens and dozens of accounts, billions of credits; for the remaining players on my servers, my accounts were fixtures. They were how they functioned, they were how they survived. Most had no clue it was one person pulling all these strings, and in the end, I liked it that way. I stopped “playing” the day I was killed in Theed starport by a fresh new Jedi who didn’t understand how to even play the game.

I couldn’t even bring myself to fight back. I just stood there. I was one of the few true Dark Jedi Masters, and I let him kill me.
Via.