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.
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.
BOB BURNQUIST HAS A FLOATING SKATE RAMP ON LAKE TAHOE
California’s Department of Tourism is on point. Click through for a video of skate legend Bob Burnquist skating on giant floating ramp in the middle of Lake Tahoe. The whole thing is supposed to make you want to visit Cali, but it really just makes me want to be rich so I can have my own floating skate ramp. And health insurance since I’ll probably hurt myself.
RED BULL CANS IN JUSTICE LEAGUE OUTFITS
The Red Bull Superhero Project is a design concept by New York-based Art Director Diego Fonseca.
It’s basic human knowledge that Red Bull tastes like complete caca mixed with vomit (if you don’t think so, you’re either a goddamn liar or your taste buds are playing an evil trick on you), but these packaging redesigns featuring the iconic costumes of DC superheroes Batman, Superman, Wonder Woman, The Flash, Aquaman, and Green Lantern are sick enough that I could see people buying them just to display on their shelves. I’m sure people have displayed lamer things. I have a shelf full of Orbitz. Remember those? The little orbs are totally still floating and there’s even a mail-in rebate for a free movie ticket to see Independence Day starring Will Smith in theaters! No, you can’t have one.
(via The Dieline)
Moustache Variations by Shawnimals
Breaking away from plush and vinyl, Shawnimals have just released several one-of-a-kind tributes to upper lip hair. They’re hand made from laser cut foam and come ready for hanging on the wall. Check out all the variations here.
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.
‘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.
This crazy Street Fighter graffiti was submitted to our Geek Graffiti Flickr Pool by PR.Dre and totally reminds me that I haven’t played any edition of SFII in a good year or two. Gonna’ have to get on that.
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This thing could actually make scrapbooking kind of cool.
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)
No More Jingling Keys: The Orbitkey
Hate the sound of annoying jingling keys? Hate dangling them off of the side of your pants with a carabiner? Here’s the Orbitkey: a leather strap that neatly organizes up to nine standard house keys with neat folding action. It’s stylish and neatly collects all of your spare keys together in a way that’s similar to a pocket knife. It’s $22, and it’s currently funded in less than 10 days via Kickstarter. Hoping to grab one for myself soon enough!
(via Cool Material)