When I was in school there was a story we read about an architectural dig in the future that found someone from the 20th century, in a large object worshiping at the altar of a square filled with electronics and a glass bubble.
The point of the story was of course to talk about how we’re just guessing and reflecting our own ideas upon archaeology when we find remains of things, But the idea of us worshiping pop culture never left me. So when I saw these Byzantine style portraits of pop culture icons, it seemed only natural.
Walter White, cradling his blue meth. More below.
They would look like this.
(Not sure who is who? This was based in this poster.)
It really is, even though it feels like Winter is never ending here on the East Coast.
You know you need a print of this to get you through the April snows. They can be found here. Below, we’ve got a few of the characters in stand-alone.
These hilarious portraits of the twelve Doctors as their canine counterparts have been making the internet rounds.
They’re by deviantart’s tee-kyrin, who has quite a bit of Doctor oriented portraits. for your perusal. A few of my favorites, below.
Gorgeous pieces from this Etsy shop.
Some more below. She also does custom orders, if you’re looking to bring a specific book to life.
Also entitled “Disney Princesses as Game of Thrones Characters” because the meme of recasting everything with Disney Princesses is seriously a thing. But do not mistake this artwork by DjeDjehuti for any mere meme. No, these are INSPIRED.
The story of Evolution, told in sand art.
Created by French artist Jin Lee.
I think I like these posters so much because the subject matters chosen for them are not the obvious ones.
Instead of Lannisters or Starks? Wildfire.
More Star Wars by Shakespeare, below.
We have a great (if slightly incomplete) alphabet for geeky parents to use to teach their children well courtesy deviantart’s Otis Frampton.
They’re fun, check out some of the other letters below.