Category Archives: Art & Design


Photographer Thomas Jackson has been working on a new series of images based on the idea of swarms, shooting large hovering masses of objects in locations around New York. He says the idea is still a work in progress and that some of these photos should just be considered “sketches.” See what you think by checking out his site

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Banksy Commits “Cardinal Sin” with Latest Work

England-based graffiti artist, Banksy, just placed a new sculpture, Cardinal Sin, at Walker Art Gallery in Liverpool, England. The piece was made in response to the child abuse scandals that have plagued the Catholic Church in recent years and features a face taken off and replaced by blank bathroom tiles. The sculpture sits next to religious works dated from the 17th Century.
Banksy noted in a statement: 


I love everything about the Walker Gallery—the Old Masters, the contemporary art, the rude girl in the cafe. And when I found out Mr. Walker built it with beer money, it became my favourite gallery. The statue? I guess you could call it a Christmas present. At this time of year it’s easy to forget the true meaning of Christianity—the lies, the corruption, the abuse.


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Papercraft: Darksiders War

War is one of the legendary Four Horsemen and the protagonist of 2010’s Darksiders video game by Vigil Games. He’s been turned into an impressive papercraft created by Marquitech. I recommend only advanced papercrafters take on this challenge. He’s a pretty big model, measuring in at approximately 80 cm tall and will take 97 pages to complete. Good luck!

Darksiders Papercraft – War [Download]

Star Wars Snowflakes

Check out these great Star Wars snowflakes! Artist Anthony Herrera has made several designs available on his website for free download. Who wouldn’t want to decorate their cubicle with cut-out paper snowflakes in the faces of awesome Star Wars characters? Enjoy! Continue reading

Drive: Fan-created Movie Posters

If you happened to catch Nicolas Winding Refn’s crime neo-noir drama Drive earlier this year and loved it as much as I did, then you’ll definitely love these fan created movie posters.

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