Nerd Art Stock Pile: Real Life Disney Princesses, Art Deco Superhero Posters, Zombie Wolverine, Ninja Nose (In Full Color!) AND MORE!
The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s fuckin’ weird shit like Dracula sucking off Frankenstein and shit like that. 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 glory.
This is what some of the Disney princesses would look like in real life! I don’t know how Esmerelda would be considered a Disney princess, but whatever ’cause she’s pretty hot. Credit to Jirka, who is a damn good artist.
This Hellboy bit is part of a series called the Red Series by Ronan Toulhoat. I like the series ’cause I like red. 😉
HOLY SHIT. This image of Skeletor looks so real and it’s fuckin’ creepy. Kudos to Dave Rapoza.
James Hance created this movie poster mashup of Peter Pan and The Lost Boys.
Greg Guilleman created a bunch of superhero posters using the art deco style. You can check out the page for more examples because they’re all so different from each other, but I like his translation of the superheroes into the 20th century essence.
Following with the Batman theme, we’ve got an interesting piece of Harley Quinn and Poison Ivy. No idea if John Doe is his real name or not, but he’s definitely got a distinctive style happening.
Tim Doyle has created this Back to the Future II poster for a comedy event called Secret Show to the Future 2. You can check out event details here if you’re interested.
Even though Halloween is over, we’re still a zombie-obsessed culture. Yep. So, here we have a really well done zombie Wolverine by artofant.
Dude performed a gender swap on a bunch of X-Men characters. Here we’ve got Emmett Frost, the male version of Emma Frost!
What do you get when you mash together Star Wars and the Wizard of Oz? You get Star Oz! Or Oz Wars, as this piece is actually called. Credit goes to Denis.
Luke included some ninja noses in last week’s Nerd Art Stock Pile, and here we have another one – in full color!
Category: Nerd Culture