Grafighters is a groundbreaking new game that enables players to upload their own hand-drawn characters, customize their fighting style, and watch them come to life in epic battles. It’s the kind of game everyone plays in their imagination as kids, but some grown up college kids in Syracuse, New York, figured out how to make […]
John Dies at the End, affectionately known by its creator and fans as JDATE, may have started as a free series of chapters about two college drop-outs experimenting with drugs, but it eventually became such a cult hit that it culminated in a film adaptation that premiered in this year’s Sundance Festival. The appeal? A […]
Gary Musgrave is a recent graduate from Art Center College of Design, and is quickly gaining fame as an illustrator and printmaker. He just did a great cover of Harper’s magazine. Musgrave is a DIY purist, and usually burns his silkscreens in the sun instead of under a lamp. His work has a kind of […]
While this iconic scene will long live in the minds of any 30-something who grew up enthralled with George Lucas’ wicked imagination, it seems only Caldwell Tanner knows the even darker truth behind the swipe. May the force be with him? Yes, it may. Now read on for the real story.
Our friends at College Humour have taken a decidedly literary tack with their latest spoof on newly minted classic book titles. We can’t wait for the next installment: The Girl Who Mistook Herself For a Hat.
This clever diagram gives a revealing window into the everyday life of an obsessive online commenter. Some people have too much time on their hands, and too many hands in their … well, we’ll leave that to your discretion.
Caldwell Tanner has created the ultimate visual guide of Superheroes as Hipsters. Strange thing is that I’ve seen a few of these characters parading down Brooklyn’s Bedford Avenue recently.
I first watched the 1987 cult classic Withnail and I, starring Richard E. Grant and Paul McGann, in college, when I stayed with a friend who was studying in Oxford. While I loved the druggie/punk humor at the time, the nuances of the story escaped me. I recently watched it again, and it just blew […]
I pretend to work is a new silkscreen print from Sussex based illustrator Andy Smith which comes in a limited edition of just 40. We think it’s pretty hot, so we’re selling it through the Lost At E Minor store.