by Rebecca Pahle | 5:00 pm, March 27th, 2014
by Susana Polo | 5:02 pm, March 24th, 2014
by Susana Polo | 2:29 pm, March 11th, 2014
According to Geek Fire Labs, Loki smells of peaches and honey, Katniss of cinnamon and french vanilla, Marceline of strawberries, and your patronus of white chocolate, vanilla, and mint. I don’t have problems with any of these, and if you feel the same way, you can buy their charmingly decorated lip balms on Etsy, alone, in a batch, or as a gift set with cute buttons.
by Susana Polo | 3:28 pm, March 5th, 2014
Today in Things We Can’t Not Post, artist Ali Graham is currently running a Tumblr where he takes a Beyonce lyric and interprets it in the context of a zombie apocalypse where the singer is a scourge of the undead hordes.
We approve, and so, I think, would Michonne, Buffy, Alice, Ellie, Riley, and Clementine.READ MORE
by Becky Chambers | 2:30 pm, March 2nd, 2014
This charming series is the work of Jeff Victor, whose art we’ve featured previously. If you have young ones this might benefit — or an empty spot on your grown-up wall — he’s got a poster print available for sale. The V, W, and X panel makes for an interesting discussion piece on the signature outfits of female characters, wouldn’t you say?READ MORE
by Jill Pantozzi | 9:33 am, February 28th, 2014
Dave Barnis did the animation on this Kickstarter-funded zombie Romeo and Juliet song by Rebecca Angel called “Your Undead Heart.” Angel is a friend of ours from Geek Mom and we’re super excited to see the finished product. Enjoy, and perhaps share with your brain-hungry loved-one.READ MORE
by Rebecca Pahle | 5:30 pm, December 1st, 2013
by Noelle Micarelli | 2:00 pm, November 8th, 2013
by Rebecca Pahle | 3:30 pm, November 6th, 2013
With his series “Zombiescapes” artist George Pfau takes scenes from zombie movies and TV shows and makes them classy (well, classier) by illustrating them as impressionist paintings. Apart from the inherent coolness of mixing a classical art technique with something so relatively recent as our fascination with the brain-eating undead, the way Pfau’s art takes scenes of gore and death and abstractifies them interesting on a conceptual level. What a pretty field, where things look so nice and peaceful. But you know what’s really happening. Braaaaaains.READ MORE
by Susana Polo | 2:26 pm, September 5th, 2013