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The Many Faces of Space Invader

Apparently the Space Invaders military is limited to only the solid colored aliens. So racist, I know. But there is a whole slew of Invaders we had yet to have seen up until now. They come in all shapes and sizes, though they seem to have not advanced to the point at which segregation is a non-issue. All the technology ...

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Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Meet Their Artistic Counterparts

While it’s a well known fact that each of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles are named after influential artists (no, they aren’t named after random dead Italian guys,) it’s become difficult for some people to place the name with their respected art pieces, lazy as art education as become. These awesome drawings pose the iconic turtles as pieces of art ...

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Epic Battles: Nun vs. Shark vs. Robot

What happens when you put an iron-fisted nun, a hungry shark and a heartless robot together in one room? Violence and mayhem. While we’ve seen our share of epic battles in the past, this is our first three-way battle. The robot seems to be sort of waiting it out in the back, waiting for his other two opponents to weaken. ...

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250 Pokemon Redesigned as Ancient Mythological Japanese Creatures

If Pokemon had been first drawn in the days of feudal Japan, those pocket monsters might have looked a bit different. In fact, they likely would have taken on a similar style as the demons which fill ancient Japanese scrolls. This clever Japanese artist redrew the Pokemon, reimagining their design to resemble ancient mythological Japanese creatures. First there was Godzilla, ...

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Mona Lisa Made Using Computer Folders Is Just As Ambiguous

You’d think a computer, with all of is modern technology, would be able to boil down at least a bit of the ambiguity which constantly surrounds the Mona Lisa. A computer designed to do so might be able to shed some light on the woman, but when we’re talking a recreation made out of only computer folders, Lisa is even ...

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Artistic Duo Immortilizes YouTube Videos Through Drawings

Artists Comenius Roethlisberger and Admir Jahic decided that YouTube just wasn’t getting enough press on its own, so they took it upon themselves to create artistic sketches of popular YouTube videos. The duo took classic frames from the videos and immortalized them by drawing them on paper which will disintegrate way before the fiberoptic cables of the internet. The internet ...

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Guy Spends 12-Hours Drawing and Redrawing the Time

Spotted over at Design Miami, this exhibit features an LCD screen with a man drawing, then erasing, then redrawing a clock for every minute, or every hour for a loop period of 12-hours. I think I might have to pay somebody’s grandfather to come do this at my home 12 hours a day. How cool would it be to have ...

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Spidercow: A Victim of Bovine Intervention

Spidercow has made its presence known wherever there is a need for bovine intervention. Specifically, Athens and London. Finally, a superhero dedicated to the cause of animals rights. PETA will be thrilled. Maybe they’ll slaughter a litter of puppies in celebration.

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Arcade Game Expressionism

When geekism meets fine art, the results are usually breath-taking. Such is the case with Brock Davis’s Arcade Expressionism pieces, which reduce the 8-bit arcade images to their basic shapes and smudges. Above is Donkey Kong and after the jump you can spot Dig Dug and Missle Command.

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