Each and every week we scour the Internet for nothing but the best in nerdy art. We leave no digital stone unturned, we poke and prod every nook and cranny of the Interwebz. Why? Because we love you, and we love to bring you weekly feed of nerd art. Now on with the dump!
ABOVE: Wanna kill off a few hours browsing through a wide range of photoshops that re-imagine a galaxy far far away as seen through the eyes of renaissance painters? Head over to Worth 1000 an check out the Star Wars Fine art galleries.
Daenerys Targaryen, the Khaleesi, the mother of dragons… Please hurry back Game of Thrones. Luckily this amazing painting by commercial illustrator Jason Edmistons satiates a little of the hunger for the HBO drama. You can see more of Jason’s beautiful work on his website, jasonedmiston.com [Electix]
Spanish studio Illusionario has rendered this comical scene of Earths Mightiest Heroes fighting over Black Widow. Notice how it says “Vengadores” at the bottom? That’s Avengers in Spanish so the pic is informative AND entertaining!
Wouldn’t a live action Batman Beyond film be fantastic? Well artist James Zapata agrees and made this very convincing piece of art based on the animated series [CGHub]
Artist Tyler Edin Deviant Art gallery has a deviantArt gallery packed with some seriously we’ll done video game inspired art. His take on Samus Aran from Metriod is just a taste, you should check out the rest. [GeekTyrant]
Oh puddin… UsmanHayat‘s rendering of Harley Quinn in her classic look has us longing for the bygone era of Batman: The Animated Series. It’s not all nostalgia though, this is a fully rendered 3D model to give ol’Harley a 21st century kick.
Mr. Peruca‘s has a new art series called Baldies featuring, you guessed it, the good, the bad and the bald. From Walter White to Mr. Miyagi and beyond. If you have a favorite character that’s rocking the smooth scalp, he’s probably featured here. [GAS]
Illustrator Nikita Kaun, a self taught illustrator based out of Saint-Petersburg Russia, has created this haunting Batman poster for Metro Orange Art (and Batfans everywhere.) First shown at this past NYCC , a limited number of 16″x24″ prints are now available here. [F Yeah]