The latest from Daniel Danger, including imagery with the appropriate Halloween flavor.
“I saw a werewolf drinking a pina colada at Trader Vic’s…..His hair was perfect.”
~ Warren Zevon- “Werewolves of London”
Back from the dead, visit more pics of Kodykoala’s custom Zombie Gameboy Here.
Classic Bela Lugosi portrait from Detroit artist Mark Hammermeister.
How we shiver with affright
At the melancholy menace of their tone!
For every sound that floats
From the rust within their throats
Is a groan.
-Edgar Allan Poe from “The Bells”
Former Navy Seal Ryan Williams is the mind behind Demon Bells. These works of art aren’t for raising evil from the depths with a bone chilling toll. They’re handcrafted workout weights that come in a variety of ornamental designs.
Stranger Factory presents “Bewitched,” a most excellent collection of Halloween themed art. Pictured above: Andrew Bell’s “Damned Corn.”
Mix chemicals! Pour molten lead! Detect radiation! Visit this overview of vintage children’s toys with deadly consequences via Cracked. I’d say this would make for an interesting trip down memory lane, but any child that played with these toys is most likely dead by now from the cumulative side effects.
Intriguing sculptural studies from Calvin Ma.
Beautifully rich photography using action figures by Avanaut.
James Curran created his own version of opening credits for the Tin Tin movie, utilizing elements from each of the 24 books.
Intricate and fantastical works by Nemo Gould.
Twelve monkey and ape illustrations to guide you through an entire year of monkey business. CD Calendar Case Design. Pages are contained within a CD case, which flips open to easily display on a desk, table or any other flat surface.
12 individual, one-sided pages for each month. Each month’s page measures 5.4″ x 4.65″ Printed in vivid techna-monkey color on 51 lb, Ultra Premium Presentation Matte paper.
Check out Chad Hagen’s surreal manipulations of Victorian portraiture.
A wealth of clever caricatures from illustrator Javier Martinez Sanchez.
The Musical Pets card set showcases a collection of 20 musical legends transformed into dogs and cats. A variety of music genres are represented throughout history that includes classical, jazz, soul, rock, country, reggae, opera and new wave.
Each card measures 2 1/4″ x 4″ on sturdy 14 pt.cover stock and presents a full color portrait on one side with biographical information on the reverse. Also included in the set: George Grrshwin, Buddy Howly, The Beagles, Bruce Springersteen Spaniel, Mutt Jagger, Michael Catson plus 14 more!
Wildly kinetic animation from the South Korean company Alfred Imageworks. See their Freestyle2 Street Basketball Game Cinematic via It’s Art.
A fun collection of outdoor sculptures can be viewed via My Modern Met.
Drawsgood has fun reducing pop culture imagery down to its essentials with a pixel effect.
Great series of skeleton illustrations by Louis Crucius, later used as calendar pages for the Anitkamnia Chemical Company. via BibliOdyssey.
Sit Down To Stand Up For Kids: Little Chairs For a Big Cause is Etsy Dallas’ first charity event. If you’re in the Dallas area, mark your calendars for Thursday, October 13th and join in on the fun of a silent auction with food, drinks and music. It’s all for a great cause, as 22 artists will offer up their creative take on the miniature chair design of David Patton. Proceeds from the auction will benefit Dallas Children’s Advocacy Center. (Event announcement design above created by Anna.)
Click the newspaper article below to enlarge for the details.