It’s like one of those magic images that you stare at for 5 minutes and suddenly it all comes together. So cool! Via: SHADOWKEY23713
Be sure to keep reloading your browser today over at Mondo for your chance to buy two new posters based on the cartoon classic Batman: The Animated Series. You can see the poster for the episode “Nothing To Fear” above.
These limited edition posters at Mondo usually sell out pretty quick, so if you are interested be prepared to strike. They are limited to a hand numbered 250 prints and will run you $45.
After the cut, check out the poster for the episode “If You’re So Smart, Why Aren’t You Rich?”.
What if our favorite Star Wars characters were actually ancient Greek philosophers, or artists, or rulers? That’s the take French artist Travis Durden took for a Star Wars themed art show in Paris in October. He used 3D modeling software on computers to recreate characters like Yoda, Darth Vader, and Boba Fett as Greek sculptures. See more pictures after the break, and check out Monsieur Durden’s website for more of his creative work.
This visionary art is created by none other than deviant artist breathing2004 aka Jian Guo. All in all, Guo has made so many different beautiful art pieces, it’s hard to feature them all. But we picked our some of our favorites from his Lord Of The Rings/ Tolkien tribute. But to get the full experience, be sure to check out his website, and see more after the break.
Be sure to keep reloading your browser tomorrow over at Mondo for your chance to buy two new (and one variant) posters based on the cartoon classic Batman: The Animated Series. You can see the poster for the excellent episode “Almost Got’Im” above.
These limited edition posters at Mondo usually sell out pretty quick, so if you are interested be prepared to strike. They are limited to a hand numbered 250 prints (125 for the variant) and will run you $45 ($65 for variant).
After the cut, check out the variant edition of the poster above, plus the awesome one for the episode “Vendetta”.
What if our favorite Disney Princesses decided to don a new look, and dress up as Superheroines? Who would they be? Well, thanks to Artist Isaiah K Stephens we can see what these amazing women would look like with their alter egos. For example, Aurora above has chosen to dress up as Daenerys Targaryen. See Belle, Ariel, and so much more after the break.
Welcome to the Friday before Halloween everyone, or what YouTuber Jordan Hanz likes to call HANZOWEEN! The Lich King (featured above), aka Arthas is one bad ass looking dude, so she wanted to do a skull inspired Lich “Queen” Halloween Makeup Tutorial to satiate her deadly desires. What’s super cool about Jordan, is that she has been doing this all month, so she has 30+ video tutorials on her YouTube channel. Check out some of our spooktacular favorites like Harley Quinn, Joker, and of course The Lich King after the break:
There are geek collectibles you can appreciate from outside that sphere of influence and then there are geek collectibles that make you think “That is so awesome maybe I should start collecting it!” This is one of those later pieces. We’ve already discussed the awesomeness that is Mondo and their recent convention, but jump after the break to discover why this latest Superman Bizarro LP is one of the coolest pieces of vinyl we’ve ever seen.
Every October, artists all over the world take on the InkTober drawing challenge by doing one ink drawing a day the entire month. Jake Parker created InkTober in 2009 as a challenge to improve his inking skills and develop positive drawing habits. It has since grown into a worldwide endeavor with thousands of artists taking on the challenge every year. Anyone can do InkTober, just pick up a pen and start drawing.
Here are the rules:
- Make a drawing in ink (you can do a pencil under-drawing if you want).
- Post it on your blog (or tumblr, instagram, twitter, facebook, flickr, Pinterest or just pin it on your wall.)
- Hashtag it with #inktober
So what are you waiting for! If you have a special Inktober you’d like Gabbing Geek to feature, just send us an email at GabbingGeek@gmail.com
MondoCon 2015 was the second annual convention put together by the Mondo team that took place this past weekend here in Austin. If you don’t know (and you should), Mondo is an awesome company that puts out limited edition variant movie posters, vinyl movie sountracks, and other cool things like toys or VHS tapes. And for a second year in a row they decided to host a convention for all things Mondo. I missed out on the first year but knowing it was coming back I bought tickets the day they went on sale–a short six months later and I was able to attend the convention.
What I saw was mind blowing. Head after the break to read more about my time at Mondocon 2015.