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Science Fiction & Fantasy - Art - Page 11 Of 43

Star Wars + Jurassic Park = Jurassic Wars

Star Wars + Jurassic Park = Jurassic Wars
It’s 2015, but we’re still getting both a Jurassic Park and a Star Wars movie this year. I can only imagine what’s next from Hollywood and its desire to constantly reboot and rehash things will be a…

A Superior Alphabet

A Superior Alphabet
My son just turned three and he can say the alphabet (he has been able to do so for a while). He can also spell his name. Yes, I am a proud father, but I am also…
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Stephen Byrne’s Trinity Fan Comic

Stephen Byrne’s Trinity Fan Comic
Last March, artist Stephen Byrne shared his drawings of Superman, Wonder Woman and Batman wearing costumes that looked like street clothes. After receiving a positive response online, Stephen decided to make a short comic strip featuring his…

Rick Baker Prop Auction Packed with Creatures

Rick Baker Prop Auction Packed with Creatures
When you think of creepy movie makeup effects, the first name to come to mind is none other than Rick Baker. The man is a master of the craft, having contributed amazing creatures to such films as…

Mad Max LEGO Vehicles

Mad Max LEGO Vehicles
Wow. Geeks don’t waste anytime do they? Mad Max: Fury Road just hit theaters two weeks ago and LEGO builder Will has already remade the best vehicles from the movie using LEGO bricks. These tiny versions are…

Star Wars AT-AT Bookcase

Star Wars AT-AT Bookcase
If you have your Hoth themed room finished and are ready to start decorating it with furniture, check out this AT-AT bookcase from WoodCurve. It is made of birch ply and the head and legs have threaded…

Rick Baker Brings The New 52 Joker To Life

Rick Baker Brings The New 52 Joker To Life
In case you aren’t up on all of the recent comic book lore, this Joker design comes from Greg Capullo’s Death of the Family. He’s a pretty gruesome verion of the Clown Prince of Crime. Well, now…

Star Wars Propaganda Postcards

Star Wars Propaganda Postcards
In the age of cellphones, postcards have fallen by the wayside. Why not revive the tradition of sending someone snail mail by making it geeky with this Star Wars postcard set? These colorful oversize (8″ x 10″)…

San Fran’s Airport Overrun by Movie Monsters

San Fran’s Airport Overrun by Movie Monsters
Metallica guitarist Kirk Hammett is a genuine monster of rock, but his collection of monster memorabilia also pretty much rocks. And many of the monstrous items he owns will be on view in the San Francisco Airport’s…

These Paintings Celebrate Kids Playing Star Wars

These Paintings Celebrate Kids Playing Star Wars
We’ve all been there. You’re a kid and armed with nothing but your imagination to keep you occupied. You act out Star Wars scenes. Maybe you are escaping the Death Star, or fighting on Hoth, or rescuing…

Museum of Science Fiction Needs Your Help to Shoot for the Stars

Museum of Science Fiction Needs Your Help to Shoot for the Stars
The Washington D.C.-based Museum of Science Fiction does not yet have a permanent home, but that isn’t stopping it from getting off the ground with its first exhibit. The organization is currently running a Kickstarter campaign to…

Superheroes Help Kids Mind Their Bathroom Manners

Superheroes Help Kids Mind Their Bathroom Manners
My wife and I have a rather rambunctious, strong-willed three old. Like both of his parents, he is not fond of following rules, so now that we are trying to set some for him, especially when it…

Cut Scene: Amazing Papercraft Star Wars Dioramas

Cut Scene: Amazing Papercraft Star Wars Dioramas
Check out these incredible 3D paper Star Wars models by artist Marc Hagan-Guirey (aka Paper Dandy). He used a fine scalpel to cut each model out from a single sheet of A4 paper, creating Kirigami versions of …
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