Time for your weekly dose of the fantastic fandom-based art that’s hit the web this week with your Nerd Art Dump. Each and every week we pick and choose through the masses of prints and pics on the digital frontier to give you nothing but the best to fill your geek needs. So on with the dump.
ABOVE: Someone decided that Christian Bale’s performance in American Psycho was worthy of a pop art redeux. Pop Culture Icons presents (sort of) Patrick Bateman screaming. – By Butcher Billy
Apparently designed to either unite the fans of Star Wars and Star Trek or possibly just as a giant troll, here are Chewbacca and an Ewok showing their love of the rival series (but why does Chewie’s head look like a big, fuzzy penis?). – By Rey Paez
And there there’s this. An epic-looking digital creation featuring none other than the legendary Slave Leia. – By Samantha Royle
In order to promote the upcoming “It Came From 1984” art show, poster designer Pakoto Martinez put this little number together. I don’t know whether to be overjoyed or frightened by this. The show will be hosted by Bottleneck Gallery.
And because pretty much everyone in the world would pay to see this if they turned it into a movie, here is the Green Lantern taking on one of the most fearesome enemies in the galaxy, the Aliens. – By Sam R. Kennedy
More Star Wars art, you say? No problem! Check out this triptych tribute to the original trilogy. – By Mark Manev
I’ve never been a fan of minimalist art, but slimer has always been close to my heart (poetry not intentional). Ghostbusters minimalist series by Mister Gamma
So this is what hapens when you let your Pokemon evolve too far. And now Pikachu is ready to devour people whole… The Pikachu of your nightmares by Denchu