Apparently creator Erik Larsen thinks so. Here we go again...Read More
CAROLYN + BEACHBOT FOREVER
Beachbot was developed by a team from Disney Research Zurich with the aim to create art on a massive scale: according to principal research scientist Paul Beardsley, "The dream is to create huge amazing drawings like the Nazca Lines.” Massive cuteness is just a bonus!Read More
Hands up if you love Lady Thor.
And thus starteth the final post in our series introducing you to the winners of our fan design contest with WeLoveFine. Put your handkerchiefs down—we can all get through this together. Providing our grand finale is artist Luke Daab, whose design "She Is Worthy" was the winner of Jill's judge's pick. And rightly so, too—who doesn't love Lady Thor?Read More
It's so dreamy.
Man, this gorgeously-colored design by Amanda Henke has everything. Dragons! Warrior fairies! Chains of deoxyribonucleic acid! It's no wonder, then, that "Dreaming Big" ended up one of the winners of our WeLoveFine t-shirt design contest as Editor at Large Susana Polo's final pick. Check out the rest of Henke's incredibly diverse and interesting body of work here.Read More
Alright nerds, who likes graphic design? Because while the other winners of our design contest with WeLoveFine we've featured so far have all had people in them, Nina Slunsky took a more... iconic approach. We think it's pretty cool. And so did one Felicia Day, who chose Slunsky's "Sum of Me" for her judge's pick.Read More
Alternate title: "Milo Manara's DisHEARTening Spider-Woman Variant Cover Gets An Artistic ReBUTTal"
After seeing Milo Manara’s recent, erm, anatomically improbable Spider-Woman variant cover, plus the regular cover by Greg Land, artist Karine Charlebois was compelled to take her to blog Less Tits N’ Ass, More Kickin’ Ass to do a little corrective work. Here we have her art and commentary, republished with permission.Read More
Were you looking forward to Spider-Woman #1?
How many days did we go without an incident like this?Read More
The mad libs of objectification: solved!
Women of mid-twentieth century "doodle pads" were placed in provocative and often-fetishized poses so they could be further sexualized via sketching, but artist David Jablow sees the figures as a template for so much more. The only ass that matters to the women of Jablow's doodles is bad-assery, and these characters have it in spades.Read More
Did the data have dentata? Did it kill someone? I don't get it!
NSFW due to various mentions of the orifice from which all life springs forth.Read More
And it was good.
"I am a Muslim girl (who wears a hijab) and I prefer to wear long/loose things that go below the butt" writes Tumblrer Nora. So when Nora participates in the Draw Yourself Challenge, those are the duds her chosen superheroes wear as well. The result is pretty dang nifty. It might be a day early to start flipping one's lid over America-related stuff, but that flag hijab makes me want to do a dance.Read More