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The Interwebz is a great place for nerdy art and the like. A lot of the time it’s fuckin’ weird shit like Superman rupturing Lois Lanes vagina with his super sperm, Gandalf docking Magneto, bestiality with the Ninja Turtles 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.

First up, we have a set of bizarre Superhero sculptures by artist Calvin Ma. The sculptures include characters such as  He-Man, Batman, Spider-Man, Lion-O and more. While these are impressive and I clap my hands at seeing truly unique designs, I confess that I will not sleep tonight. “Can’t sleep, Spider-Man sculpture will eat me!

Source: Calvinmassculpts

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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!

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Nerd Art Stock Pile? There’s a lot of nerd art on the net. Mostly it’s fan-fiction tentacle Pr0n, but hey we’re not complaining. We see so much neato art work on a daily basis, but for whatever reason they don’t make it to the front page of Nerd Bastards. We’re either lazy, or a piece of stand alone artwork isn’t enough to warrant a full post. Mostly we’re lazy. But, who are we to rob you of this net glory? We’re bastards but we’re not assholes. So here’s a roundup of the latest Nerd Art; intended for eye masturbation purposes.

I for one can never get enough of Disney Princess’s. When I was a kid, national geographic and Disney Princesses were the only fapping material at my disposal. I owe my sexual orientation to them. Sexifying them even more by depicting them as Fighting babes from something out of Mortal Kombat, I dunno if my penis can take the abuse.

thanks to artist Josh MC for giving me something I never knew I wanted.

HIT THE JUMP for, Video Game Character Alphabet, Lil’ Star Wars, Muppet X-Men and more nerdy art.

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Nerd Art Stock Pile? There’s a lot of nerd art on the net. Mostly it’s fan-fiction tentacle Pr0n, but hey we’re not complaining. We see so much neato art work on a daily basis, but for whatever reason they don’t make it to the front page of Nerd Bastards. We’re either lazy, or a piece of stand alone artwork isn’t enough to warrant a full post. Mostly we’re lazy. But, who are we to rob you of this net glory? We’re bastards but we’re not assholes. So here’s a roundup of the latest Nerd Art; intended for eye masturbation purposes.

First up, a Photoshopped (hey good Photoshop qualifies as art) look at the superhero identities of the men and women in the Situation Room during the raid that killed Osama Bin Laden.

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How do you explain a superhero to someone who does not understand?

Well, designer Jonah Block has come up with a minimalist way to define a comic book characters from DC and Marvel in a very simplistic way by using only their distinguishing features, such as Green Arrow featured above. They are truly awesome, and I want them on T-shirts. Make it happen, Internet!

You can find prints of the posters for sale on Block’s Society6 page.

Can you name the others below the jump?

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You may remember that last week, I posted a rather unique artist’s conception of a bunch of superheroes is true minimalist fashion, found here.

And, true to form, artist Fabian Giez has been repeated with super-villains!

Below the jump are 77 super-villains depicted with only a few details… and I will admit, I think it’s actually harder that the superhero one.

But, it ultimately comes down to this – How many can YOU name?

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Attention fellow comic book know-it-all’s, this will consume your life for the next little while!

You think you know superheroes?

Artist Fabian Giez decided to strip down superheroes and villains into a simple block shape with only a few defining features. Even as I am writing this, I still cannot look away from it for too long.

The question is, how many can YOU name?

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Nerd Art: Doctor Who Minimalism

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If you’ve been following nerdbastards for a while, then you know that we love minimalistic movie posters. Nothing quite tickles our nerd fancy than taking something familiar and reducing it to something that shouldn’t be recognizable. It’s funny how something so little can be so much.

While the minimalist trend might be getting stale to some you certainly have to admire the splendor behind these Doctor Who inspired posters.

The designers over at Karma Orange have created this series of images, each of which reveals some element of the Doctor’s existence—sonic screwdrivers, the TARDIS, the Daleks—in a stark but instantly obvious manner.

I’m privy to the Weeping Angels, one myself.

CHECK OUT ALL 10 AFTER THE JUMP

source: io9

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“These are not the posters you’re looking for…” But they are! Check out these minimalist poster interpretations of the original Star Wars flicks. Artist Andy Helms really captured the anticipation of battle in these prints for A New

Hope, The Empire Strikes Back and Return of the Jedi.

Unfortunately these prints are sold out, but check out the art below and tell us what you think!

Source: GeekTyrant

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We here at nerdbastards love minimalistic art. It says so much with so little. It makes us feel so sophisticated. Now, animated minimalistic nerd art? Well, that’s just the makings of a good face raping (meaning it’s awesome). So you can imagine our glistening fat doe eyes and jaw droppage when we saw “35MM: 35 Movies in 2 Minutes”. Its a fun little video created by Felix Meyer and Pascal Monaco who tried to simplify 35 classic movies in a 2 minute animated short. It’s like a video work of art about cinema.

Take a close look and see how many movies you can recognize. You’d have to be a film/art aficionado to catch em all. If your a classic movie virgin or not really a film geek  then just look at the pretty pictures. Ohhhh…ahhhh!

35mm from Pascal Monaco on Vimeo.