Scott Parks’ is back with a new illustration featuring the famous and iconic robots from pop culture.
Metal Insects by Edouard Martinet, who recycles bits and pieces of old objects to create this fascinating bestiary. Radios, household appliances, typewriters and other metal relics become the raw material of these sculptures.
My dad and I made this fishtank for my mum for Christmas a few years ago with dollhouse furniture. I thought it was pretty rad
That is all different kinds of awesome
"…When it comes to the world of superheroes, we only really seem that at their best, in their prime, vanquishing evil-doers left right and centre. But what happens when Captain America turns 55? Or Batman isn’t as flexible as he once used to be?…”
"…That’s the theme Andreas Englund startling photorealistic oil paintings . The immensely gifted Swedish painter has been creating different scenarios in the life of an Ageing Superhero , which is also the name of the series. From struggling at the supermarket to getting a genuine workout fighting off hordes of ninjas, it’s a fun, candid and tender look at a superhero who’s body has truly seen better days…"
Via So Bad So Good
My dad once pitched a series to me about an old superhero who’s going senile and is now more dangerous than helpful but no one is willing to put down a guy who made the world better for years and now only means well. That’s when I realized he was better at my job than me.
Soren is now fired and Soren Sr. is now hired.
It is Pok’emon Rebel Alliance version