Picture of the Week- Spock and other Star Gird Posters

Art Picture of the Week Sci-fi/ Cyberpunk

“Distance yourself from the stars and enjoy the view.” These optically amazing Star Grid Posters were made by graphic designer Mark Brooks. They were designed for the apparel brand SantaMonica. Buy the prints here for €29-€49 (about $39-$67). They have a lot of other Star Grid posters as well such as: Pablo Picasso, Samuel L. Jackson, Sophia Loren, Ray Charles, Statue of Liberty, Morrissey, Malcolm X, Luchador, Max Headroom, Indian Chief, Bob Marley and Kiss. Links: Mark Brooks Graphik Design Portfolio Mark Brooks on Behance Spock Star Grid Poster Stormtrooper Star Gird Poster Salvador Dali Star Grid Poster   [Source Geek-Art.net and…

Picture of the Week- Princess Peach

Art Videogames

Carlos Lerma made this super adorable and colorful Princess Peach artwork. I originally found this on Geek-Art.net and I also featured his abstract Batman artwork for a previous PotW. Check out Lerms and all of his greatness on his Deviant Art, Blog,Website.  My favorite of Lerma include Neil Gaiman, Sirius Black, Darth Vader, Buddha and Riff Raff

Picture of the Week (10/4)

Art Comics Picture of the Week

Carlos Lerma made this very cool Batman art I originally found on Geek-Art.net (<- which has the coolest stuff btw!). Check out Lerms and all of his greatness on his Deviant Art, Blog, Website.  His work is really great and I already saw a bunch I want to feature for other PotW’s!

Miniature Art Installations


These are the latest miniature street art installations by Slinkachu.  Thumbelina instantly came to mind! Check out Slinkachu website to see more of his art and information. Slinkachu’s Bio via his website: “My ‘Little People Project’ started in 2006. It involves the remodelling and painting of miniature model train set characters, which I then place and leave on the street. It is both a street art installation project and a photography project. The street-based side of my work plays with the notion of surprise and I aim to encourage city-dwellers to be more aware of their surroundings. The scenes I set…

MMORPA ART: Massively Multiplayer Online Role-Playing Art

Art The Internets

This was made by Jason Baalman aka EclecticAsylum on YouTube.  He does some unique and cool art videos on Youtube.  Check out his channel and you can buy his art on ebay.  He also submitted this video for the Guggenheim Museums YouTube Play. A Biennial of Creative Video.  He used the website iScribble.net to do this online drawing. “An evolving painting created by four artists working simultaneously on the same digital canvas. The paintings metamorphic process was unplanned and free form. The artists took cues from each others actions and interpretation of various shapes/colors. Communication was made possible by text…

Crayon Art



Christian Faur creates masterpieces with crayons, and not the way you may think.  Instead of using crayons as they were made to be used (you know, by coloring) he uses crayon tips to act as an individual pixel for his artwork. By using a digital mapping technique he is able to deconstruct the imagery down to pixels.  From there he hand-casts crayons to the exact tones and colors needed for that piece.  Thousands of crayons later you get a unique mixture of both sculpture and photography.  From a distance the pieces appear to be pixellated images.  Up close the image…