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

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Marvel Lego street art at Retro Ink, Blackpool by Dominic Carlyle

Lego Avengers, and other Marvel characters, assemble! This colourful mural, by Dominic Carlyle, can be found on the side wall of Retro Ink tattoo studios in Blackpool and includes Spider-Man, Captain America, Hulk, Wolverine, Iron Man, Thor & The Thing. Hulk’s got a tattoo gun, is that wise? You can view full size images, and more Blackpool street art, via my Flickr album.

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Marvel Lego Spider-Man street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego Captain America street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego Incredible Hulk street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego Wolverine street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego Iron Man street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego Thor street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego The Thing street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle
Marvel Lego street art, Blackpool, by Dominic Carlyle

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks

Recently displaying his work at Derby City Comic Con in Louisville, KY, John Marks AKA BrazenMonkey has been sculpting since the late 80s.  John graduated from the University of Missouri with a BA in Art in 1993.  He received his certification as a special FX make-up artist from the Joe Blasco School of Special Make-up Artistry in 1995.  John has since been involved in a diverse number of projects.

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BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Incredible Hulk
Generally, John’s sculpted works are all made the same way. He starts by building an armature for the chosen design. Oil based clay is then used to sculpt the piece into the armature. After all detailing is completed, John creates a mold or “negative” of his work using a brushed-on silicon. Support walls are created to provide extra reinforcement. Once the silicon and walls have solidified, the clay and armature are removed from the mold. The mold is then filled with a resin combination.

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - ThorBrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Batman

I’m impressed by the busts, large scale pieces and also intrigued by the production process. More images can be found via his BrazenMonkey Facebook page.

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Aughra from the Dark CrystalBrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Aughra from the Dark Crysta

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Frankenstein's MonsterBrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Wolfman

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Hammerstein ABC Warriors 2000AD BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Hammerstein ABC Warriors 2000AD

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks

BrazenMonkey costume design and sculpting by John Marks - Lou Ferrigno

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks

Have you ever woken up and wished there was a giant Autobot statue in the corner of your bedroom? Perhaps you’ve always been after an Alien Queen light for your bathroom or a Predator for the lounge. You might want to impress the neighbours with a freaking huge Incredible Hulk statue on the front lawn. Well guess what? You’re in luck! Kreatworks, based in Bangkok, produce individual art pieces built from scrap metal auto & machine parts and recycled materials then coat them in a rust resistant lacquer.

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Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - AlienDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Alien

Every statue, table, light or sculpture is unique as they use whatever materials are available at the time. They have clearly done their fanboy (or girl) homework and produce close, but no cigar, versions of Alien, Predator, Transformers, Superheroes and more original creations like Dragons, Pirates and Skeletal Warriors. Those big statues must weigh in at a hefty shipping cost but if you want something this amazing it’s not going to come cheap. Prepare to be amazed………..

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - PredatorDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Predator

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Alien QueenDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Alien Table

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Transformers Optimus PrimeDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Transformers Optimus Prime

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Transformers BumblebeeDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Transformers Bumblebee

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Transformers MegatronDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Transformers Megatro

Dieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Incredible HulkDieselpunk recycled metal statues by Kreatworks - Incredible Hulk

Avengers Clone Troopers by JonBolerjack

Imagine, if you will, that a group of vigilante Clone Troopers are talking a stand in the Star Wars universe to fight for peace, truth and clone justice. Meanwhile, in a parallel universe, things are about to get messy as the Avengers battle Ultron. Suddenly, a huge explosion rips open dimensions and BOOM! Avengers Clone Troopers Assemble!

The work of creative artist JonBolerjack this is an interesting mix of two epic (Disney) franchises.  Check out his work for more interesting Clone Trooper mash-ups.

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Avengers Clone Troopers by JonBolerjack
Avengers Clone Troopers Thor by JonBolerjack
Avengers Clone Troopers Iron Man by JonBolerjack
Avengers Clone Troopers Hulk Buster by JonBolerjack
Avengers Clone Troopers Captain America by JonBolerjack
Avengers Clone Troopers Hawkeye by JonBolerjack

Volkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong

Volkswagen T1 superhero rides by Netherlands based designer Chungkong.

Superman is fortunate, he can fly. Other superheroes aren’t quite so lucky, having spent their childhoods as mere mortals before being bitten by a radioactive spider or witnessing their parents demise down a back alley. Most of them require something a little extra to get from A to B. What if they couldn’t afford fancy cars, planes, armoured suits or sticky fluid and instead preferred to customise a T1 Volkswagen Van and hit the mean streets as low budget vigilantes Kick-Ass style?

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Volkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong
Volkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - Wonder WomanVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - BatmanVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - SupermanVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - SpidermanVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - Iron ManVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - Fantastic 4Volkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - The Incredible HulkVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - Captain AmericaVolkswagen T1 superhero rides by Chungkong - The Punisher

(Competition Now Closed!) Win a free t-shirt from Arcane Store and Killer Kitsch

The wonderful people over at Arcane Store, movie & gaming clothing and accessories, have rustled up a cool competition to win one of three amazing t-shirts that come in all shapes, colours and sizes for men, women and children. A few of the many cool designs are featured below.

Alien USCSS Nostromo from Arcane StoreThe Shining HERE’S JOHNNY from Arcane Store

There are three t-shirts up for grabs and three ways to enter. You are not restricted to only entering once but the way things work you can only get one shot each via Killer Kitsch on Twitter, Facebook and Google+.

  • “Like” and “Follow” my Facebook page then share the top highlighted post about this competition. Leave a comment so I know who you are.
  • Follow me on Twitter and re-tweet this post.
  • Add me on Google+ and +1 / share this post. Leave a comment so I know who you are.

Three chances to win, you can enter all three of the above if you want. A winner will be randomly selected from those that have entered on Facebook, Twitter and Google+ for a t-shirt of their choice from Arcane Store. The competition will close at midnight on 15th April.

Alien Suspects from Arcane StoreHorror Suspects from Arcane Store

If you can’t wait to get your hands on one of these top designs from Arcane Store you can use the discount code ‘killer20‘ for a massive 20% off your purchases until the 15th April. You can also find the Arcane Store on Twitter and Facebook.

TRON Encom from Arcane StoreThe Incredible Hulk from Arcane Store

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Money Art by Donovan Clark

Money Art is an art project that Donovan Clark has been working on since March 2012.

Donovan paints intricate imagery on one dollar bills, and uses them for tips when he gets a cup of coffee or breakfast. Donovan is interested in the concept of “free art” and how it relates to this project. Donovan alters the presidents portrait into a popular icon, or he paints a realist image on the bill such as ladybugs or cracks. I’d buy that for more than a dollar.

Marvel Superheroes.


The Muppet Show.


The Simpsons


Transformers Soundwave.


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The Artwork of Mark Hammermeister

Mark Hammermeister (markdraws on Deviant Art) illustrates all kinds of people and characters from movies, TV and real life.

His work ranges from geeky serious to over the top caricatures of the rich and famous. He also takes commissions and his work has been seen in print, at exhibitions and on-line.





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