Tragic Girls is an art project by an US female artist, who draws great pictures in the spirit of mid-century pinup illustrations and covers of penny-ante horror comics. They’re funny, horribly creepy, and generally make you want to immediately revisit Kaleidoscope of Horrors and the best episodes of Tales from the Crypt. Continue reading »
Philip Bawasanta is a Filipino artist who draws charming girls. We don’t know what he does besides that, but the girls turn out just right – light, cheerful, and impossibly seductive. Continue reading »
Mirka Andolfo is an artist from Naples, mostly drawing naughty girls. In her main job Mirka is a comics artist, her works include Wonder Woman, Harley Quinn, Catwoman, Bombshells, Teen Titans, Green Arrow, R.W.B.Y. and many others. The main masterpiece of the artist is the comic strip SweetPaprika about the adventures of the deviless Paprika, where Mirka acted as the author of the idea, the writer and the artist. Continue reading »
Andy and Magnus Tait embarked on an epic “Rude Trip” of Britain, and over four days visited places across the country with rude and naughty names. Their 2,000-mile journey took them on a loop from Edinburgh down the west coast, along the south coast and back up the east coast of England. Here are the lads at all the funniest named places that they visited. Continue reading »
How do you like your eggs done: sunny-side-up or bosom-side up? Would you like a side of meat with that? Continue reading »
If you’ve played The Last of Us, then you’ll know that the game’s world is covered in that post-apocalyptic art design that bluntly reminds you civilization has ended and nature (and death!) has taken over.
Now, Naughty Dog artists (according to Reddit) have “re-created” real world locations in The Last of Us’ art style and it’s both depressing and impressive at the same time. Tourist spots like the Eiffel Tower, and more have been redesigned to showcase overgrown greenery and eerily reminds you what these places would look like if ever the zombie (or infected) apocalypse takes over.
So, sit back and go check out each “before” and “after” image in the gallery below.
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