Because he’s the nesting doll that Gotham deserves. San Francisco-based designer Andy Stattmiller has come up with a set of nesting dolls inspired by characters from the live-action Batman TV show of the 1960s.
When 8,000 terra cotta soldiers of the Qin Dynasty were discovered by some Chinese farmers in Xi’an in 1974, the world saw their stoic faces determined to protect their emperor in his afterlife. Well, the same emperor would be turning in his grave if he should see what San Francisco artist Lizabeth Eva Rossof has recreated of his terra cotta defense team.
This is the poster that Gotham deserves, but not the one it needs right now. Designer Salvador Anguiano pays tribute to Batman’s 75th anniversary by illustrating 75 of his most iconic Batsuits in comics, TV, film, videogames, and animation. ‘Batman has got such a rich history that in the end it was really hard to choose […]
Watch out, crime. Justice and vengeance comes in the form of a really cool bicep. British artist Ian Hopkins tattooed panels from classic Batman comics onto a subject’s entire arm. The full-colour tattoo features characters like the Dark Knight himself, Robin, Catwoman, Penguin, The Joker, and the Riddler. It took Hopkins around 40 hours of work to finish the entire thing, but was entirely worth it as he won the ‘Best Large Colour’ award at the Titanic Ink Tattoo Convention in Southampton, UK.
Jeff Victor is quite simply a fantastic illustrator. His Evolutions series sees the fun ways celebs, directors and superheros have transformed over the years, from Tom Hanks in Mermaid to Tom Hanks in The Da Vinci Code. From Superman in the 40s, to the buff Superman of the 21st Century. Some of Victor’s clients have […]
We all knew Batman was a lonely guy (who sits inside a dark cave all day waiting for crime anyway?) but we never expected he’s the type to go on solo road trips through Texas and taking dramatic photos. French photographer Remi Noel brought his Batman action figure along on his trip through San Antonio and Texas, snapping photos of the famous caped crusader every opportunity he got.
In an alternate universe, or rather city, lives a Batman that does not have the luxury of gadgets and expensive Bat mobiles. In Rio, Argentine photography collective M.A.F.I.A. has made a kind of sad, kind of humorous series about a homeless and penniless Dark Knight. The series is a simple but interesting perspective on the famous superhero.
We just found out about Daniel Kish, a Californian who has been blind since he was a baby, but then went on to lead a fairly active life — he hikes and cycles — thanks to some sort of mad human echolocation. All he has to do is make repeated tongue-clicks to build a mental […]
Francesco Francavilla has an awesome name, which is befitting as he is also an awesome artist. Re-imagining Batman in a 70’s exploitation cinema style, with its pulp stylings, seedy characters and muted oranges, Francavilla has made The Dark Knight, well, not so dark. Batman and his rogues gallery lends itself well to the exploitation style, […]
Lamborghini unveiled this sleek new car that bears a striking resemblance to the iconic Batmobile. Revealed at the auto maker’s 50th birthday party, the car seems to be a little birthday present to itself. It’s a ridiculously beautiful, high performance car that doesn’t leave room for a passenger. As strange and egotistic as that may seem, it’s true. The car can […]
We don’t know how we ended up at this gem online with these unlikely mashups of Japanese and US pop culture. We don’t know what kind of demented mind thinks of something as random as Kawaii Batman, Doreamon Alien or, yes, even a Pika Fuhrer — but we dig it.
So apparently Batman is not only working hard to keep Gotham safe and orderly, but he’s also picked up a side job keeping the US Army in line. Bagram Batman shows up in several of their training videos to combat laziness, sloppiness, bad manners, and idiocracy. Dressed in a US Army uniform, combined with his […]
What if Batman left his movie and invaded all the other classic movies? Imagine him as the little boy from Home Alone, or Dorthy from the Wizard of Oz. I love Batman parodies, and this is quality stuff!
If sympathy for Batman could be captured and sold in any one product, the Batman Family Car Decal would be it. It features two gravestones, one for Bat-daddy Dr. Thomas Wayne and the other for Bat-mommy Martha Wayne, as well as one Batman with a sadface. Fine, so this Thinkgeek product was an April Fool’s […]