Monday, September 30, 2013

Adventure Time Dungeon Train

Adventure Time: Dungeon Train is pretty great (and would make an irresistible video game).

Lounging Green Lanters

Green Lanterns by Giancarlo Volpe.

Saturday, September 28, 2013

"International hit team" arrested


A team of alleged mercenaries comprised of former American, German, and Polish snipers and soldiers, were arrested this week after DEA informants successfully hired the team to provide a variety of security, surveillance, and assassination work.

According to a release from the DEA, the five former soldiers — most with sniper experience — formed an "international hit team" across four continents.
The team also accepted $700,000 to assassinate a DEA special agent and an alleged confidential source in Liberia.

Friday, September 27, 2013

Art roundup

Computer by Datamancer on sale at ebay.

KFC ketchup packet demon.

Doom Patrol cover gallery by Brian Bolland.

Link roundup

1.  ESPN suggests an act of arson saved the Packers franchise.

2.  "Los Angeles school district officials say 71 iPads distributed to students as part of a 13-school trial run have gone missing. Of those, 69 were from one campus."

3.  ATF can't account for $127 million worth of cigarettes.

Thursday, September 26, 2013

Link roundup

1.  Gizmodo:

Long ago, in the region surrounding Nevsehir and Kayseri, in central Turkey, an ancient people built, or rather dug, over 200 underground cities. The deepest of these, under the present day town of Derinkuyu, delves over 250 feet below the Earth’s surface, and boasts numerous tunnels, halls, meeting rooms, wells and passages.
2. Funny to any dad coaching little league:
Let Hunter Pence Teach You How To Play Baseball Like An Idiot
3. "Was the infamous 'White Widow'—the British woman whose husband bombed the London Underground in 2005—present at the Kenya Mall Attack?"

Monday, September 23, 2013

If Jurassic Park featured Dr. Seuss's creations


To celebrate their 100 percent renovation as a dinosaur and natural history themed hotel, The Best Western Denver Southwest commissioned me to combine their love of dinosaurs with their love of Dr. Seuss. You can learn more about the Dino Hotel on their Facebook page.

Vertigo and Re-Cycle posters

By Rafal Topolski.

Mascots based on the Nickelodeon series/game NFL Rush Zone

Sunday, September 22, 2013

Link roundup

1.  Super ultra nightmare fuel.

2. Here's how to make your own iOS 7 parallax wallpapers.

3. "On April 5th, 1960, Oakland’s new American Football League franchise – the team we now know as the Raiders – announced that they had chosen a nickname. To much surprise and outrage the team unveiled they would be called the Senors. Evidently the team didn’t care or know that the plural form for Señor is Señores. That’s just one of the many reasons why they chose a bad nickname."

4. ESPN:

Suspended Denver Broncos Pro Bowl linebacker Von Miller unsuccessfully attempted to corrupt the NFL's drug-testing program with the help of a urine collector before each was caught in a matter that will affect how the NFL's collection testing procedures are done moving forward, league sources said.
5. 2001 by Arthur C. Clarke is a $2 download at Amazon.

Saturday, September 21, 2013

Link roundup

1.  The carpet cosplayers got a cease and desist.

2. Hammunition: ammunition that's been laced with pork.

3. The Dream Team:

I had about eighty basketballs in my room in Barcelona and had to get the players to sign them all. Bird was the last guy, and he says, "What's the quickest anyone's done it?" I said, "Anywhere from eight minutes to twenty." And Bird said, "I'm going to be the fastest. Time me." So he signs them, and he throws me the last one: "Okay, what is it?" "Whoa, four and a half minutes!" And he goes, "Yes!"
4. Joe Hill's Horns, about to be a movie starring Daniel Radcliffe, is a $2 download at Amazon.

Art roundup

Catwoman, Warhammer 40K and more by Dan Morrison.

Sculptures by Jessica Dalva on sale at Etsy.

Small Pros Series 1 Peyton Manning by McFarlane on sale.

Lego Comedian.

TV series Batman and Robin by Hot Toys. Via.