Famous Oldies by Alex Solis

Pop culture characters as old timers by Alex Solis. Will Ash still be choosing Pikachu? Will Finn and Jake still be going on adventures? Will the Ninja Turtles still be radical? Will Darth Vader be able to keep his saber up? Will the Flash still be flashing? Let’s find out! You can view more of Alex Solis artwork on Instagram.

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Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Pokémon Ash and Pikachu
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Adventure Time - Finn and Jake
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Michelangelo
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - The Joker
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Darth Vader
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - The Flash
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Batman
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - The Incredible Hulk
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - Minions
Famous Oldies by Alex Solis - He-Man Vs Skeletor

Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov

Continuing from Andrew Tarusov Star Wars pin-up series here’s some more risqué sauce, this time featuring the women of Game of Thrones in various states of undress including Daenerys Targaryen, Brienne of Tarth, Cersei Lannister, Sansa Stark and Ygritte. These are the censored versions, you can buy NSFW content via Andrew Tarusov‘s website.  Shocking😉

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Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Daenerys Targaryen
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Missandei
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Ros
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Shae
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Talisa
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Arya Stark
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Brienne of Tarth
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Sansa Stark
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Melisandre
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Margaery Tyrell
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Daenerys Targaryen
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Cersei Lannister
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Ygritte
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov - Walda Frey
Risqué Game of Thrones pin-up girls by Andrew Tarusov

The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar

Beautiful portraits of the ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by the artist Whitney Jiar. The line-up for DC includes Supergirl, Zatanna, Catwoman, Poison Ivy, Batgirl, Harley Quinn and Wonder Woman. Marvel is represented by Jean Grey, Emma Frost and Storm. You can check out more of Whitney Jiar’s work on Bēhance and Instagram.

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The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Supergirl
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Zatanna Zatara
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Jean Grey
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Catwoman
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Poison Ivy
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Emma Frost
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Batgirl
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Harley Quinn
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Storm
The Ladies of DC and Marvel Comics by Whitney Jiar - Wonder Woman

Custom action figures by Stolf

Custom, re-painted and re-purposed action figures by Stolf including Fallout-Man, Mick-He-Mouse, Kung Fury, The Toxic Avenger, Solid Snake G.I. Joe, Transformers and He-Man. Some of these customs are for sale, you can contact Stolf and see more of his work via customstolf on Instagram.

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Custom action figures by Stolf - Fallout He-Man
Custom action figures by Stolf - Fallout He-Man
Custom action figures by Stolf - Bamse BebopBamse Bebop based on a design by Grim Nyberg
Custom action figures by Stolf - The Toxic Avenger
Custom action figures by Stolf - Mick-He-Mouse
Custom action figures by Stolf - Solid Snake G.I. Joe
Custom action figures by Stolf - Transformers Hot Rod
Custom action figures by Stolf - The Real Ghostbusters Janine's Genie
Custom action figures by Stolf - Skeletor
Custom action figures by Stolf - Merman
Custom action figures by Stolf - Teela
Custom action figures by Stolf - King Randor
Custom action figures by Stolf - Hordak
Custom action figures by Stolf - Kung Fury

Danny P’s custom one of a kind shoes

Danny P’s is a custom fashion company that specializes in one of a kind custom shoes, accessories and clothing. For the right price, Danny P will bring your idea’s to life using paints, paint markers and fabric pens. From Calvin and Hobbes, Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles, Minecraft, Pink Floyd and Jimi Hendrix to dragon claws, sharks, graffiti and tattoo designs, the only limit is your imagination.

Custom shoe art by Danny P - Jaws Shark
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Jaws Shark

“Danny P’s are a great for a wedding present, those who want to give a unique, one of a kind gift to that special friend, or just to strut around to show off your impeccable fashion sense!”

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Custom shoe art by Danny P - Jimi Hendrix
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Pink Floyd
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Nautical Tattoo
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Octopus
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Graffiti Skull
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Dragon Claws
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Japan
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Minecraft
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Disney Pixar Up
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Owl
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Calvin and Hobbes
Custom shoe art by Danny P - Calvin and Hobbes

Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy

Action figure concepts by artist and designer Douglas ‘Douggy’ Pledger that, being honest, need to be in production yesterday. You tell me who wouldn’t want to own at least one, or more, of these figures? Blackadder, The IT Crowd, Alan Partridge, EastEnders, Fawlty Towers, Only Fools and Horses, Brass Eye, The Young Ones and Mr Deal or No Deal himself, Noel Edmonds. The comedic possibilities of these figures interacting with Darth Vader or the Power Rangers is limitless and the accessories are spot on.

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Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - The IT Crowd Maurice Moss

“Fire – exclamation mark – fire – exclamation mark – help me – exclamation mark. 123 Cavendon Road. Looking forward to hearing from you. Yours truly, Maurice Moss.”

Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Alan Partridge

“Do you know what this bathroom says to me? Aqua. Which is French for water. It’s like being inside an enormous Fox’s Glacier Mint. Which, again, to me is a bonus.”
Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Brass Eye Chris Morris

“You’re the crazy world of Arthur Brown”

Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Phil Mitchell EastEnders
Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Deal or No Deal Noel Edmonds
Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Fawlty Towers Basil Fawlty

Basil: “Good morning, good morning.”
Guest: “Oh you’re very cheerful this morning, Mr Fawlty.”
Basil: “Yes, well one of the guests has just died.”

Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - The Young Ones Neil

“I looked in the sky where an elephant’s eye
Was looking at me from a bubblegum tree.”

Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Only Fools and Horses Del Boy

“Lovely Jubbly!

Amazing action figure concepts by Douggy - Blackadder Edmund Blackadder
Baldrick: “Some beans and some beans is four!”

Blackadder: “No, now we’ve moved on – from advanced mathematics to elementary dress making.”

Cool Character Cookies by Y&Csweets

Cool cartoon, anime, gaming, movies and television character icing cookies by Yohko of Y&Csweets. Super Mario Bros., Star Wars, Minions, Shuriken Sentai Ninninger, My Neighbor Totoro, Doraemon & Dr. Slump favourites lovingly created in icing atop a shaped cookie base that obviously look good enough to eat.

“Hi! I’m YOHKO. I’m icing cookie decorator, baker, blogger and mama from Japan, Chiba. Let’s have fun together sweets decorating!”

Super Mario Bros. icing cookies by Y&Csweets

You will find these, and many more designs over at Y&Csweets Cookie Boutique and please don’t forget to like Killer Kitsch on Facebook and follow me on Twitter @killer_kitsch for the latest geeky updates on current and retro movies, television, toys, games, art, anime and pop culture!

Minions icing cookies by Y&CsweetsShuriken Sentai Ninninger icing cookies by Y&Csweets
Doraemon icing cookies by Y&Csweets
Dr. Slump icing cookies by Y&Csweets
Super Mario Bros. icing cookies by Y&CsweetsStar Wars icing cookies by Y&Csweets
Doraemon icing cookies by Y&Csweets
My Neighbor Totoro icing cookies by Y&Csweets
My Neighbor Totoro icing cookies by Y&Csweets

Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev

Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev create bespoke individual porcelain sculptures of mythical fairytale creatures. The figurines range from small froglets, owlets and kittens to large dragons and prickly creations. The price of a figurine is determined by its size and, because each item is unique, even pieces based on the same design will always remain individual.

Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev

Designs are sketched, sculpted, molded, cast in porcelain and fired. Painting requires several stages with each glaze requiring a different firing temperature.

You can check out Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev’s previous work via their webiste and current designs on Facebook. Also,  please don’t forget to like Killer Kitsch on Facebook and follow me on Twitter @killer_kitsch for the latest geeky updates on current and retro movies, television, toys, games, art, anime and pop culture!

Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev
Fairytale Porcelain Creatures by Anya Stasenko and Slava Leontyev

Bounty Hunters by Brian Rood

The Star Wars galaxies most bas-ass bounty hunters (some of whom were short lived #hanshotfirst) brought vividly to life by the artist and illustrator Brian Rood. Boba Fett, Bossk, Dengar, 4-LOM, Zuckuss, IG-88, Greedo and Jango Fett.

Star Wars Boba Fett by Brian Rood

Brian Rood is a professional illustrator working in the entertainment, comic and commercial art fields. He is known for photo-realistic paintings of Hollywood’s stars and characters and has worked for Lucas Film Ltd., Disney, Paramount Pictures and on licences such as Star Wars, Indiana Jones, Transformers and Planet of the Apes.

You can check out more of Brian Rood’s amazing work via his website and please don’t forget to like Killer Kitsch on Facebook and follow me on Twitter @killer_kitsch for the latest geeky updates on current and retro movies, television, toys, games, art, anime and pop culture!

Star Wars Bossk by Brian Rood
Star Wars Dengar by Brian Rood
Star Wars 4-LOM by Brian Rood
Star Wars Zuckuss by Brian Rood
Star Wars IG-88 by Brian Rood
Star Wars Greedo by Brian Rood
Star Wars Boba Fett by Brian Rood
Star Wars Jango Fett by Brian Rood

Robots by Eric Joyner

Pop culture collides in artist Eric Joyner’s paintings of robots, space rockets and monsters. Autobots battle Deceptacons in a grand arena, Robby the Robot plays the blues, Godzilla takes on King Kong and robots play, fight and contemplate life.

The Final Blow by Eric Joyner
Universe Car by Eric Joyner

You can check out more of Eric Joyner’s work via his website and please don’t forget to like Killer Kitsch on Facebook and follow me on Twitter @killer_kitsch for the latest geeky updates on current and retro movies, television, toys, games, art, anime and pop culture!

3 Robots by Eric Joyner
The Collator by Eric Joyner

“I was born in San Mateo, a suburb of San Francisco. My childhood was fairly uneventful, doing the usual things most kids did, reading comics (mostly Mad, Creepy, Eerie and newspaper comic strips), playing sports, and going to school, as well as drawing and painting.”

Just Another Day In LA by Eric Joyner

“In 2000, after years of painting other people’s pictures, I made the decision to only paint things that I liked. Four series of paintings of different subjects were started; they were: San Francisco urbanscapes, paintings of old newspaper cartoons characters, Mexican masks, and last but not least, Japanese tin (toy) robots.”

Sunken Treasure by Eric Joyner
Looking For Trouble by Eric Joyner

“Armed with a small collection of tin robots and spaceships I began painting them in earnest. In attempt to bring them to life without loosing their charm, I showed them where they belonged: outer space. By 2002 the paintings were looking good, but they still needed something to play off of… perhaps a nemesis.”

Fall Outing by Eric Joyner
Blues Machine by Eric Joyner

“After a month or so of searching for a ‘nemesis’ I had an epiphany while watching the movie ‘Pleasantville.’ In one of the scenes, Jeff Daniels paints a still life of…donuts. With thoughts of Wayne Thiebaud’s pastries always close at hand, it wasn’t difficult to see the battle scene of robots retreating from 300-foot tall donuts when I went to bed that night. The rest, as they say, is history.”

Too Many Choices II by Eric Joyner
Melee by Eric Joyner