Twenty-Five Pieces of The Office Fan Art

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The Office had its series finale three weeks ago, and some of us are still getting over it – or, in my case, very much not over it just yet. I’ve begun to rewatch the series from the beginning, reminding myself just how utterly perfect the show was back in its humble beginnings (I don’t think any show has ever had a better second season). In case there’s anyone else out there still bummed at they’re never going to get a chance to visit Dunder Mifflin ever again, here are twenty-five pieces of awesome Office fan art that might help ease the pain.Continue Reading

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Danger Zone: Twenty-Five Pieces of Archer Fan Art and Cosplay

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Time for another compilation of fan art/cosplay that has caught my eye as of late! Recently I undertook the mission of watching all four seasons of the hit FX show Archer. Well mission accomplished. In less than a week I devoured all forty-nine episodes, faster than you can say “hilarious voicemail hoaxes” The show, which just wrapped up its fourth season last month and will be returning at some point next year with a fifth, is filled with some of the most deranged characters on television and makes for a hilarious watch.

If you haven’t fallen into the Danger Zone yet, check out these twenty-five pieces of Archer fan art and cosplay to help persuade you!Continue Reading

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25 Pieces of Star Trek Fan Art

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Star Trek Into Darkness is upon us. While some countries have yet to receive the film, most other countries have been able to see the film at some point last week. In honor of yet another Star Trek movie’s opening, I’ve compiled twenty-five pieces of Star Trek fan art that highlights the J.J. Abram’s 2009 reboot, as well as this new film.Continue Reading

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The Avengers Cast Transformed Into Feline Superheroes

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Check out this brilliant piece of fan art created by artist Jenny Parks, who has reimagined all your favorite Avengers heroes as cats!!

Parks gave our much loved, world-saving heroes Iron Man, Captain America, Black Widow, Thor, Hawkeye and Hulk the feline makeover and while they might not seem quite as menacing as Robert Downey Jr., Chris Evans, Scarlett Johansson, Chris Hemsworth, Jeremy Renner and Mark Ruffalo, I bet you still wouldn’t fancy running into them down a dark alley! Nor moving their dinner dish before they’d quite finished!!

The Kitteh Avengers – protecting the suburbs from the perils of pigeon poop and pesky squirrels!

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Awesome FanArt: DC & Marvel Best Buddies As Imagined By Darren Rawlings

Most comic book fans will at some stage or another have wondered what would happen if the worlds of DC and Marvel collided. Which characters would be allies, which would be formidable foes and which ones would be besties!

Artist Darren Rawlings is one person who often found himself wondering who would be best buddies and so he put together the “Little Friends” series of drawings.

“Little Friends” is an adorably cute series that showcases these possible DC and Marvel friendships along with a little caption that sums up the character’s relationship.

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Eric Dufresne Puts a Geometrical Twist on Superhero Fan Art

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Eric Dufresne is an amazing artist, with a slew of different art projects as proof. Recently, Eric has been illustrating pictures of famous superheroes, done in a style that uses geometric, triangular shapes in varying patterns. The styles is a rather good fit, and you’re easily able to tell who it is in each picture. He has both a DC Project and a Marvel Project, making up seventeen images all together.Continue Reading

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Twenty-five Pieces of Amazing Breaking Bad Fan Art

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I’ve been having major Breaking Bad withdrawals lately. With the show returning on July 14th, we’re still about four months away from getting the much anticipated conclusion to this award winning show.

To temper this need for more Heisenberg, blue meth, and Saul’s crazy suits, I went ahead and found twenty-five truly amazing pieces of Breaking Bad fan art. These pieces of fan art showcase Walter White’s descent into villainy, Walt and Jesse’s always shaky relationship, and the ensemble cast of this stellar show. While this fan art may never truly replace the show, these pieces of artwork make for a fine substitute. (And hey, at least Game of Thrones and Doctor Who are both coming back at the end of March. That should keep me plenty distracted for the next couple months.)Continue Reading

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Awesome Bag End Hobbit-Hole Made Using 2,600 Balloons

Balloon artist Jeremy Telford really loves The Hobbit, as you can probably tell by the balloon-built replica of Bilbo Baggins’ wonderful Hobbit-hole Bag End.

Telford, who lives in Pleasant Grove in Utah spent 40 hours transforming what looks like his living room into Tolkien’s infamous hobbit hole and used 2,600 balloons to do it!!

The balloon Bag End has a roaring fire, chairs, chandeliers, crockery and a mass of other furniture – Telford even covers the walls with balloons to give it that authentic hobbit-hole feel! It’s just a shame he didn’t make a balloon Bilbo and a balloon Gandalf to sit there smoking Pipeweed. Actually scratch that, it might be a bit of a fire hazard!

This fantastic time-lapse video shows Telford in action – it really is amazing to watch it take shape, and there I was thinking that balloons were only good for making sausage dogs and poodles!! This guy definitely proved me wrong on that one!! He even reads an infamous passage from The Hobbit which describes exactly how a Hobbit-hole should be near the end of the clip!

If you liked what you see and fancy getting creative with balloons, then you might be interested to know that Telford has published a book entitled Balloonology that gives you step by step instructions on how to be a balloon artist.Continue Reading

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Pokemon Digital Art Painted to Human Scale

DeviantARTist arvalis (aka RJ Palmer), a 22 year old art student at the Academy of Art University in San Francisco, California painted these realistic Pokemon that scale to human. Continue Reading

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Game of Thrones House Flag Parodies

Everyone loves a good parody of their favorite television show, movie, or book, whether its done through the use of videos, cosplay, or fan art. Miguel Lokia (Lokiable on deviantart) has recently been making house flags for some of his favorite fictional characters, replicating the flags seen on the hit television (and book) series, Game of Thrones. Miguel has taken memorable words and phrases from characters and attached them with whatever object is most important to the stories the characters come from, creating house flags for each of them. He has created a slew of wonderful artwork already that gives the same feeling Game of Thrones does, ranging anywhere from Batman to House (the House one being, by far, the best and funniest). Heck, even Chuck Norris gets his own flag.

We’ve highlighted some of Miguel’s best work below the jump, but if you’re interested in seeing more make sure to check out his gallery over on his deviantart.Continue Reading

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