Seoul, Korea character artist Helena Shin unleashed her Star Wars force powers when creating this incredibly detailed 3D illustration of Kylo Ren

Pop culture characters become ruthless Aztec warriors in artist Jorge Garza’s killer collection of mashup illustrations. Prints are available to purchase from his online shop.

Chicago, Illinois designer and illustrator Nick Lacke has created an awesome series of drawings depicting characters from Netflix’s popular new series, Stranger Things. Prints of Nick’s illustrations are available to purchase from his Etsy shop.

The amazingly talented Dan LuVisi is back once again with an incredible series of new and old POPPED CULTURE illustrations that he is slamming into book form for our viewing pleasure. Dan’s sexy book of disturbing eye candy is said to take its owners on a “twisted and satirical journey through pop culture history and its colorful roster of faces.” 

LuVisi is currently raising funds on Kickstarter to help finish the art for the book, get it assembled, get printed, and maybe even add some awesome extras.

POPPED CULTURE features 64 pages of Dan LuVisi’s bizarrely skewed takes on popular culture in one eye-popping book. Some of the images contain short stories, explaining the disturbing and/or sometimes thoughtful backstories behind the characters. The book also includes some amazing work from several guest artists: Chase Conley, Jason Edmiston, Dave Wilkins, Richie Pope, Alex Konstad, Allison Smith, Sterling Hundley, and more!

Follow the artist: Website | DeviantArt | BlogFacebook

Eat & Drink & Poop & Pee.

So I made this thing. I love the word poop (obviously) and decided to use it for good (kind of). The poopy design is available to purchase as a shirt, print, coffee mug, pillow, iPhone/iPad cases, and more at my Society6 store. Poop!

My goofy typography design is based off of the classic

Beatles-themed “John & Paul & Ringo & George” name shirt created by Experimental Jetset in 2001.

Deadpool | Red Band Trailer

Oh yeah! 20th Century Fox released the new trailer for the upcoming Deadpool film adaptation. The sweet and adorable “Merc with a Mouth” brings the action, jokes, and love. I’m glad that I wore MY brown pants before watching. 

The man behind the red mask, Ryan Reynolds, even found time to give Conan O’Brien a soothing back massage before premiering the stellar trailer on his talk show. What a gentleman. Well, not very gentle, but extremely badass. Deadpool is currently scheduled to hit theaters with tons of attitude on February 12, 2016.

Deadpool Poster



images via 20th Century Fox and Conan