Custom Harley Quinn 3” Dunny by WuzOne
Check out more from the artist on Flickr.
Baz Pringle is a British artist born in London who currently resides in southern California. Primarily a commercial designer, Pringle has been a 2D Production Artist on video games for Virgin Interactive and 2D/2D Production Artist for goliath brands such as Sony, Universal, BBC, Disney, T-Mobile, Motorola, EA, Mattel, and Warner Brothers.
He also has some personal work that’s just as off-the-walls bananas as his professional stuff. Drawing inspiration from all aspects of pop culture and applying both digital and hand drawn elements to his pieces, the world of geekdom has never looked more awesome!
You can check out more of Baz Pringle’s amazing work over on his personal site graffika66.
If you ever thought that the costumes worn by DC’s superheroines were impractical, then these artists have you… covered. Brianne Drouhard (a.k.a. potatofarmgirl) drew Starfire. Clio Chang drew Catwoman. Hanie Mohd (a.k.a. OniYon) drew Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Harley Quinn, Wonder Girl, Fire, and Ice. Chloe C. (a.k.a. nana-51) drew Catwoman, Poison Ivy and Harley Quinn.
Just putting all my cards on the table, it’s hard to get through the day knowing that Batman: Arkham City is just waiting for me all alone at home. Until then, here’s a watercolor gallery of the Bat-characters by Rob Duenas.
Mark Brooks will be selling this art nouveau-style print of Harley Quinn, Poison Ivy, and Catwoman at San Diego Comic Con. Get a good look at the trio because come September, these characters will not resemble this incarnation anymore after the DC relaunch.
This is the Harley Quinn Mimobot which you’ll only be able to get at San Diego Comic Con from the Mimoco booth. It comes in 2GB, 4GB, 8GB, and 16GB models and is preloaded with stuff like desktop backgrounds, screensavers, avatars, and other goodies.
BRB while I wipe the drool from my keyboard.