Here are some damn fine mash-up illustrations featuring Muppets as characters from David Lynch’s classic series Twin Peaks. Justin DeVine’s paintings are not only impressive due to his artistic abilities but due to the nearly perfect character pairings he’s made. It’s pretty hilarious to see how easily they take to world of the Twin Peaks.
Game of Thrones premiered this past weekend, and the folks at social media management company Hootsuite have created a parody of the opening sequence of GOT with social media company to advertise their services.
Designer Kevin Ng recently returned from a trip to Montréal, where provincial elections were in full swing. He noticed that the posters featured ACTUAL candidates faces, which was very different compared to American campaign posters, which almost always do not feature pictures of the candidates. The downside to this, however, is that this provides a tempting opportunity for people to vandalize posters which a wide-array of imagery, ranging from mustaches and googly eyes to more…inappropriate things.
If you can read French, here is an article analyzing the various campaigns.
In celebration of Mad Men’s return this weekend, Entertainment Weekly has created 10 vintage style posters based on some of the show’s most memorable episodes. Click here to see ‘em all.
Check out this absolutely beautiful trailer for Monument Valley! The game is a available now for iPhone (coming to Android soon). Find out more at: http://www.monumentvalleygame.com.
Official Trailer for Font Men:
You may not have heard of Jonathan Hoefler or Tobias Frere-Jones nor have any interest in typefaces and fonts, but you’ve definitely seen their work. Before their recent split, they collectively ran the most successful and well respected type design studio in the world, creating fonts used by everyone from the Wall Street Journal to the President of the United States.
Font Men, gives a peek behind the curtain into the world of Jonathan and Tobias.
Golem 13 has come up with these fascinating juxtapositions of photos of Paris, half from the early 1900s and the other from the current Paris.
(via Design Taxi)
When The Lights Go Out 2 is an AMAZING pop culture group art show covering everything from cult classic films to contemporary video games at the Bottleneck Gallery in Brooklyn. It featuring original glow-in-the-dark artwork created in all sorts of different mediums. The show is currently on display and will run until April 9th, 2014. Artwork from When The Lights Go Out 2 is available to purchase online at Bottleneck Gallery.