HUEY, DEWEY, AND LOUIE ROCK ICONIC STREETWEAR

Check out the duck triplets rocking Supreme, Nike, MORTE, and Givenchi. At first glance I thought these 3D illustrations by Simeon Georgiev were some sort of limited edition figure release, but sadly they’re not. Just 3D illustrations. Like with a computer. Like they’ll never be on my shelf. Sad as it is, they’re still hecka’ awesome.

(via Highsnobiety)

PLAYING WITH HISTORY: 11 ICONIC PHOTOS GET A SUPERHERO REMIX
For his ongoing “Playing With History” series, Australian graphic artist Kode Logic takes iconic photos from history and pop culture and blends them with everything from X-Men to Mortal Kombat. Take a look.
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PLAYING WITH HISTORY: 11 ICONIC PHOTOS GET A SUPERHERO REMIX

For his ongoing “Playing With History” series, Australian graphic artist Kode Logic takes iconic photos from history and pop culture and blends them with everything from X-Men to Mortal Kombat. Take a look.

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SOMEONE MADE A CUSTOM ADVENTURE TIME MAGIC DECK AND IT’S FLOOPIN’ AWESOME!!!
As a huge nerd for all things Adventure Time and Magic: The Gathering related, my body and soul reacted in unusually provocative ways to this deck of Magic cards altered with Adventure Time art.
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As a die-hard Vorthos (look it up), there’s so much attention to detail to appreciate in these. For instance, the artwork for Ogre Battledriver normally depicts a giant beast whipping his minions to do his bidding. The Adventure Time version, on the other hand, shows Xergiok, the jerkface goblin king who was driven out of his kingdom by Finn and Jake for smacking on goblin hams like the true jerk that he is.
There’s loads of other cool stuff too like Flame Princess as Young Pyromancer, little flame dudes as red elementals, and even Finn wearing Jake like a suit for Titan’s Strength. Check out the gallery below.
















And they even made this super slick playmat to keep the cards looking minty fresh. It’s an homage to the Card Wars episode. 

Speaking of Card Wars, did you know Card Wars is now a real thing you can buy and play with your friends? There’s a Finn vs Jake deck and a BMO vs Lady Rainicorn. They were originally priced around $20, but on account of them being sold out everywhere and everyone wanting them because they’re awesome, expect to pay around $50 for the Finn & Jake one and almost $80 for BMO vs Lady. Craziness.
(via Reddit)

SOMEONE MADE A CUSTOM ADVENTURE TIME MAGIC DECK AND IT’S FLOOPIN’ AWESOME!!!

As a huge nerd for all things Adventure Time and Magic: The Gathering related, my body and soul reacted in unusually provocative ways to this deck of Magic cards altered with Adventure Time art.

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THE POWERPUFF GIRLS ARE ALL GROWN UP
This was done by the incredibly talented illustrator Stanley Lau a.k.a. Artgerm for his Justice Magazine series of mock covers. The dude’s work is off the hinges. Check out more on his deviantART page.

THE POWERPUFF GIRLS ARE ALL GROWN UP

This was done by the incredibly talented illustrator Stanley Lau a.k.a. Artgerm for his Justice Magazine series of mock covers. The dude’s work is off the hinges. Check out more on his deviantART page.

Hero-Glyphics

Here’s a line of hieroglyphics created by Josh Lane, celebrating the heroes of our time. They’re on sale right over here if you want a print. Loving the Hobgoblin and Spider-Man one.

‘ADVENTURE TIME' MEETS 'ZERO DARK THIRTY’
Special agents Finn and Jake have been sent on a mission to take down a powerful ice king, but it looks like they’ve assassinated the wrong guy. Honest mistake.
Art by ProxyGreen on deviantART.

ADVENTURE TIME' MEETS 'ZERO DARK THIRTY

Special agents Finn and Jake have been sent on a mission to take down a powerful ice king, but it looks like they’ve assassinated the wrong guy. Honest mistake.

Art by ProxyGreen on deviantART.

Kevin Cannon Draws 20 of The Worst People of 2013

Cartoonist Kevin Cannon illustrated the 20 worst people of the year 2013 for Minneapolis City Pages. The article is written by Peter Kotz and gives an illustration and brief summary of the worst people of the year, and trust me, there’s some genuine dirtbags on this list. Peep it here. Also take note on how many of these people reside in my home state of Florida.

'The Birds' by Stuart Patience

I absolutely love this. London-based illustrator, Stuart Patience, created a series of illustrations inspired by Hitchcock’s infamous classic film, The Birds. The illustrations are very detailed and convey a certain sense of terror anyone can appreciate and adore. Peep more of stuff here.

(via The Fox is Black)

Clever Bookmarks For Classic Novels

Turkish designer Ethem Onur Bilgiç concocted this gorgeous set of themed bookmarks for Penguin’s All-Time Classics 1984, Moby Dick, 20,000 Leagues Under the Sea, and H.P. Lovecraft's The Call of Cthulhu and Other Weird Stories. Rad bookmarks: just one less reason to own an e-reader.

(via The Coolector)

Social Icons by Ivan Belikov

Ivan Belikov has recreated logos for some of his favorite social networks. Here are versions for Instagram, Twitter, and Dribble, all featuring some wicked colors and illustration.

(via Designcollector)

Field Guide to Kanto by Kari Fry

This 158-page full-color field guide by Kari Fry documents the wildlife observed in the Kanto region during a study preformed in 1998 and is available from Fangamer in hardcover and paperback.

Kawaiistanza by Angimoto
This incredible print is called “Kawaiistanza,” and it’s created by the amazing Angimoto. It’s George Costanza from Seinfeld, of course, with cutesy Japanese undertones for kawaii purposes. Want it? Order it now for only $8 via his webstore. Bargain!

Kawaiistanza by Angimoto

This incredible print is called “Kawaiistanza,” and it’s created by the amazing Angimoto. It’s George Costanza from Seinfeld, of course, with cutesy Japanese undertones for kawaii purposes. Want it? Order it now for only $8 via his webstore. Bargain!

Fan Art Friday: Chris Panda’s X-Ray Series
French illustrator Chris Panda has taken popular characters from cartoons, comics, and anime and turned them into coloring book pages with creepy red x-ray skeletons filled in. Click through for x-ray versions of Jessica Rabbit, Sailor Moon, Disney princesses, and more.
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All images via Chris Panda’s Facebook.

Fan Art Friday: Chris Panda’s X-Ray Series

French illustrator Chris Panda has taken popular characters from cartoons, comics, and anime and turned them into coloring book pages with creepy red x-ray skeletons filled in. Click through for x-ray versions of Jessica Rabbit, Sailor Moon, Disney princesses, and more.

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Fanart Friday: Ron F#$%ing Swanson
For Albotas.com’s first ever installment of Fanart Friday, we’ll be taking a look at the many different flavors of Ron Swanson. Many different flavors, but one great taste: man. Ron Swanson tastes like a man.
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By Lauren Sullivan.

By Raz Latif.

"Ron Swanson Edible Arrangement" by Zak Tietjen.
From the artist:

Inspired by Arcimboldo's fruit basket paintings, I sought out to create a meat basket with the resemblance of the always manly, Ron Swanson.


By Erin Maala.
By  Michael Sapienza.


By Wes Montgomery.

[Dustin Watson]

[Bill Main]

Casual.

Suited. [Dave Grey]

[Lewis James Heald]

[Chelsea Bloxsom]

[Mike Hackett]

[Gimetzco]

[Justin Peterson]

[Jon Defreest]

[TruChalk]

[Michael Tiscareno]

[Dennis Hart]

[M. Shindler]

Fanart Friday: Ron F#$%ing Swanson

For Albotas.com’s first ever installment of Fanart Friday, we’ll be taking a look at the many different flavors of Ron Swanson. Many different flavors, but one great taste: man. Ron Swanson tastes like a man.

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TV Icons Silhouettes by Michael Sapienza

The domepieces of iconic TV characters have been graphically stylized and immortalized in stylish print form and they’re available for purchase HERE.

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