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パイダーマン 2By Murata Yuusuke

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パイダーマン 2
By Murata Yuusuke

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Aliens Vs. Predator #0, July 1990, cover by Mike Mignola

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Aliens Vs. Predator #0, July 1990, cover by Mike Mignola

— 4 days ago with 445 notes

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Life With Archie #36, July 2014, Variant covers by Mike and Laura Allred, Fiona Staples, Adam Hughes, Ramon Perez, and Francesco Francavilla

— 4 days ago with 354 notes

betype:

The Brooklyn Bridge in Letterpress Type by Cameron Moll.

I came to late here, but is still worth to see it. Cameron Moll is a designer worked in Illustrator to draw a complete photograph of the Brooklyn Bridge made only with Typography. To make this beautiful work a reallity printed Cameron Molls made a kickstarter campaign to reach $10k to pay the cost of letterpress print. The campaign was very successful and he got $64k. Pretty impressive. 

— 1 week ago with 913 notes

archiemcphee:

American contemporary pop artist Ron English (previously featured here) has an ongoing fascination with Guernica (top image), Pablo Picasso's famous 1937 painting depicting the intense suffering and tragedies of war, created in response to the bombing of the village of Guernica during the Spanish Civil War.

Ron English has painted his own interpretations of Guernica over 50 times to date. For him the iconic painting serves as a modern template, “just as the Madonna and Child is an ancient template,” he says.

The Huffington Post recently shared an essay by English in which he explained his reasons for continually reimagining Picasso’s masterpiece:

“[Guernica] is a visual shorthand for the overwhelming and gratuitous horror of modern war. But I argue that the cultural takeaway of Guernica is actually the opposite. It transforms incomprehensible tragedy into a cartoon narrative, something we can more easily absorb. This is part of the human process, to distance ourselves from the immediacy of undiluted, overwhelming emotions by overlaying a narrative that simplifies, and in effect, takes us down from three to two dimensions. And this is the underlying concept that I grapple with in all my many versions of Guernica.”

Click here to read the entire piece and view more of Ron English’s captivating visions of Guernica.

[via Beautiful/Decay]

— 1 week ago with 321 notes
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Detective Comics #583, February 1988, cover by Mike Mignola and Anthony Tollin

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Detective Comics #583, February 1988, cover by Mike Mignola and Anthony Tollin

— 1 week ago with 412 notes
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Optimus Prime MARVEL corner box (1985)

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Optimus Prime MARVEL corner box (1985)

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— 3 weeks ago with 372 notes

archiemcphee:

This awesome animated video for “Tharsis Sleeps" by metal band Throne may be the world’s first frame-by-frame embroidered music video. Each and every frame (and there are many) is a piece of embroidery. The video was directed by band member Nicos Livesey.

"The original inspiration for the video came from denim-clad rockers covered in their favourite band’s patches at heavy metal gigs. After Livesey realised that he could use a Brother embroidery machine like a printer, stitching out each animation frame, he went through a painstaking process to bring the video to life."

Head over to Nicos Livesey’s website for process photos and more information about this fantastic project.

[via Vimeo Staff Picks and Junkculture]

— 3 weeks ago with 70 notes

archiemcphee:

These beautifully intricate and dynamic paper relief story illustrations are the work of Columbus, Ohio-based paper artist Cheong-ah Hwang. Head over to Hwang’s website to check out more of her amazing papercraft creations.

[via Ego — AlterEgo]

— 3 weeks ago with 1990 notes