Feed your Fear: Awesome Hannibal Fan Art

I’ ve been been browsing Hannibal fanart in DeviantArt and discovered some pretty amazing stuff. Unfortunately, I am uploading these via mobile and I haven’t yet figured out how to use hyperlinks on the wordpress app in order to provide the original sources. Advertisements

Emily Carroll’s “Infinite Canvas” Artwork

I was first introduced to Emily Carroll‘s artwork in 2010 by Neil Gaiman, who tweeted enthusiastically about her His face All Red horror webcomic. Since then, I’ve been  following her illustrations, comics and fanart in her website, blog, flickr, tumblr, facebook, and twitter accounts. Emily Carroll was born in June 1983. She drew her first […]

Artsy Fartsy: For Science, You Monsters.

Science + Art = Wonder. It is known. So, here’s some artsy – fartsy, sciency stuff I’ve picked for you today. Enjoy! [In this post you can click on the titles or the images to visit the original sources] This is Not a Neo-Impressionistic Painting It is a photography of connective tissue cells, co-transduced with […]

Artsy Fartsy: The “flexible” bookshelf and all kinds of geeky little bookends.

Today’s Artsy Fartsy is all about books. Hurrah! Let’s start with the “flexible bookshelf”, a bookshelf capable of morphing its physical shape, this way adjusting to fit books and objects. (All the pictures posted here lead to the original sources used in this post) You can watch how it works here: I saw this ubercool […]

Artsy Fartsy: Superhero Noir Posters and Lights that Fold like Books.

It is official: This blog has become a bot that reposts everything that is posted on Fubiz and Colossal. I am starting to consider publishing daily “Artsy – Fartsy” posts with my favourite links from these two sites. Today’s Artsy Fartsy bits combine geekery and elegance. Firstly, take a look at these awesome Superhero Noir […]

Battle Royale Poster

I loved this Battle Royale poster by Brian Lee O’Malley and Kevin Tong! Brian Lee O Malley is, of course, well-known for his Scott Pilgrim  graphic series and film – which are strongly recommended by yours truly btw.  Kevin Tong is a brilliant illustrator, who has worked for Apparel companies, The Toy Industry , bands, promotional […]

Elysium Online: A graphic novel about a revolutionary social network that lets you interact with your dead loved ones.

As I have already mentioned I am not really into blogging. I mostly did this for the Balloons theme (Whaaat? It’s adorable…), but I think I may post things from time to time,  if I find it absolutely necessary. Today, I find it’s necessary to write something about a project that may or may not […]