Superhero Ice Pops by Vincent Vermeij / Chungkong
Prints available at society6. I like superheroes, that should be well-established by now, but do you know what I like even more than reading about superheroes? Licking superheroes. Vincent’s Ice Pop series brings us one step closer to this dream, but I’m a little disappointed there’s no Captain America, as he was *literally* frozen and I imagine tastes like freedom and Gnat-Zee punching.
In the form of lightsaber hilts, the epic battle between father (Darth Vader) and son (Luke Skywalker) has been forever inked onto the arms of LEGO builder extraordinaire Eldert.
These arms might just have to be registered as deadly weapons!
Via: Obvious Winner
Nanananananaan Bat Kitty~!
Bat Kitty later killed Robin and left him on your front porch for you to find.
Death in Motion by Mateusz Sypien
Death comes in many forms: sometimes it presents itself as your worst fear given legs to crawl on, a recognizable figure from your past you wish you’d forgotton, or in an alien, nightmarish visage. Mateusz explores a few of these concepts in his “Death in Motion” series of dark, yet neon-illuminated animations.
(via: rampaged reality)
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