Nerd Art Stock Pile: ABCs of Awesomeness, DC Superheroes Take The Subway, Origami Star Wars Battle, ‘Doom’ Fingernail Art And MORE!
The Interwebz is a great place for all sorts of crazy things. Often, you’ll find things like purple alien hentai and fucked up shit like that. We see awesome nerdy art pieces every day, but we’re fuckin’ lazy bastards… so here is your weekly fix to fuel your nerdtastic jizzfests!
Neil Cameron‘s ABCs of Awesomeness are just that: awesome. Over the course of 26 days, he did one a day based on his followers’ suggestions. Check out the full collection in full size at the website!
This piece of a few of the DC superheroes riding the subway. I guess they’re going to work and their fancy modes of transport no longer work or aren’t allowed or something? There are so many possible stories to explain why they’re all there, on that subway car… but it’s really well done and I really like the mood that Dean Gorissen incorporated.
Now we know what Mario would look like as a vampire hunter! All thanks to Mr. Hipp for this piece, entitled “Mario’s Vampire Country”.
Franco Spagnolo has taken scenes from classic movies and reimagined them in a very simplistic, but unique style. (Obviously, you know this is a Star Wars scene.)
Holy shit! These are so fuckin’ cool. You have to go and check out the others at the website. The whole thing is called Lunch Bag Art, and it’s just awesome. Basically he draws cool things on paper bags!
I had so much trouble deciding which one I’d use with this post… I decided on this one ’cause it was pretty funny. Who do you think would win in a fight: Batman or Darth Vader?
This series is called “Old Timey Star Wars”, which takes a vintage approach to futuristic subjects. They’re actually pretty cool! The credit goes to Nick Agin.
“The Gotham City Sirens” is a really sexy piece by Alex Garner that features Catwoman, Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. He did a really good job with this.
We’ve seen quite a bit of Otis Frampton‘s work, but it doesn’t make it any less awesome. This bit was inspired by The Hobbit, and we’ve got Bilbo Baggins about to go at it with the dragon Smaug.
This whole series of minimalist superheroes, called “Bare Essentials”, was put together by Dennis de Groot and Nalden. They’re super cool!
This person‘s got lots of time on their hands! These origami dinosaurs are insane, though. Damn.
Keeping with the origami theme, this is an advertisement for Molskine but an origami Star Wars battle is too good to pass up!
Eric Tan‘s made posters for the Indiana Jones trilogy, and they’re really well done.
This is the start of Igor Kieryluk‘s Batman-inspired art projected called Gotham 1459. It’s got this very medieval kinda look to it, which is really neat.
This piece is by Tom Whalen through Mondo Tees. It’s called “Superpowers”, and features about 35 characters from the DC Universe.
Dude likes dogs, and dude likes Star Wars. Obviously, this is the best way to merge his interests.
Someone got this tiny scene from the game Doom painted on their fingernail. No idea whose finger that is, or who painted it. But there you have it!
This series of Super Mario propaganda posters was made with the intention of having come from Bowser’s camp. They’re pretty hilarious. Check out the rest/buy prints here.
Jimiyo from DeviantART made this realistic 8-bit piece of Link (and also has one of Mario) and it’s really goddamn creepy. He actually almost looks like a really fucked up Eric Cartman.
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