Nerd Art Stock Pile: Flintstones Pin-up Girls, Mystery Machine ATAT, Plastic Man Violating Wonder Woman, Blade Runner and MOAR!
The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s crazy things the exploration of time travel through Doctor Who’s butthole, an unfortunate orgy with Darth Vader and the Care Bears and other weird stuffs. But there are a lot of awesome things that we see on a daily basis, and we’re lazy nerd bastards so we just round them all up once a week for your nerdgasm art lovin’.
Above: Flinstone pin-up art by DeviantArt artist qiqo. Now we know why Fred was hollerin’ “Yabba, Dabba, Do” all the time.
Via: Geek Tyrant
Hit the jump for MOAR nerd art, including Superhero logos, Batman Beyond and Blade Runner.
Via: Nerd Approved
I can only imagine Scooby and the gang fishbowling in a All Terrain Armored Transport. “Scooby, Scooby Do”!
So here’s Wonder woman realizing something’s not quite right with her costume. It’s Plastic Man! That dastardly devil! I don’t think I’ve ever seen Wonder Woman so pissed. You gotta love Power Girl in his glasses winding up.
CGHUB artist SLiD3, made CG designs for the characters from the video game Team Fortress 2. The piece is called Tiny Team Fortress 2. Cute, right?
Created by Luke Surl , this is the answer to why you never pick a fight with someone in the LGBT community. Not only will they mess you up, but they secretly have X-men like powers. Power to the people.
Via: Time & Space & Stuff
Super hero GIF. art. Neat, but Superman wouldn’t wear his glasses at the same time as “the suit.” They should have put his hair and that little curl along with it. With the exception that superfail, this fun and kind of seizure inducing.
The Batman Beyond series wasn’t the biggest hit it could have been, but it’s got it’s fan-base. Fan or no fan, you gotta admire this custom movie poster created by Guy Bourraine Jr. It’s spectacular. Just look at that suit!
Via: Geek Tyrant
DeviantArt user AlexAmezuca wanted to do a classic pin up girl from the 50’s but at the same time wanted to make something futuristic and gloomy. Then he thought of Rachel from Blade Runner. I think we should all give Alex a round of applause.
Look out Spider-man! Dan Hipp drew you with Venom hot on your tail and it looks so funny.
Considered by many as nerdy pop culture art, Dan has done twists on everything from the Marvel universe to Mickey Mouse and the Disney kingdom. Hit the link for more.
And finally, what’s Batman doing out on the streets of Toronto? Nothing, it’s actually the work of Toronto street artist Posterchild and his “Evidence of Batman“. He tagged batarangs lodged in telephone poles. Left distinctive footprints left by wall-climbing. He also put up different pieces of the Dark Knight’s 70 year history, including 60’s Adam West style batarang. Click the link below for more.
Via: Comics Alliance
Category: Nerd Culture