Most arcades are long gone but thanks to a collection on Flickr, vintage 80s arcades can be seen again in all their glory.
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Laurent Craste’s ceramic series, “Abuse”, shows off what vases would be like if they were a little more human in the way they take a hit.
Bart Simpson takes the lead in an inspired adaptation of the manga “Akira,” although we doubt “Bartkira” will be hitting the big screen anytime soon.
The Beastie Boys hot song, “Sabotage”, was created in a comic book style form, in memory of Adam Yauch.
There’s pretty much nothing that is “inconceivable” when it comes to LEGO, as team “ChiLUG+ImpLUG+Friends” proves at Brickworld Chicago.
Pietro Sedda is an artist whose work and designs have made it into the skin of people, and are simply stunning. Take a look at some of our favorite “portraits” he’s created.
Pieter van den Heuvel decided to write about and illustrate just what it is about animals in casts that he finds so sad and beautiful. This book is the result.
Dan LuVisi takes iconic characters from pop culture and turns their warm, fuzzy personalities on their ear in his series, “Popped Culture”.
Dictators, despots, and more get the drag queen treatment, courtesy of the site, Saint Hoax.
It’s the jolliest holiday with Bert and Mary Poppins, singing “Supercalifragilisticexpialidocious” in the darkest and most metal way.