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Blog posts tagged in fan art

Fanfiction authors are reacting to the news that the for-profit site ebooks-tree.com has stolen works from hundreds of authors' pages on Archive of Our Own, Tumblr, and other sites. Ebooks Tree reposted works, but only the name of the work and the author is visible, requiring a login and credit card number to download them.

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Remember that time in 2013 when Twinkies almost stopped existing? Those were dark times, indeed. Artists have taken to immortalizing the well-loved, well-processed afterschool snack, just in case there's another Twinkie apocalypse scare.

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  SPOILER ALERT: Mild spoilers from the TV series, Game of Thrones. In our last installment, we caught up with the Lannisters, who’ve been busily paying their debts with the common currencies of Westeros: treachery, betrayal, and greed.   We turn now to House Stark, who lack the insane panache of...
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Everyone remembers Furbys, right? Those owl-like talking toys with the big ears and all-seeing eyes? Well, as it turns out, they do not become less creepy as the years go by. But they have gained a certain amount of cult-like respect that means some very interesting Furby-inspired art exists. Swedish...
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The Supernatural fandom is thriving, well-organized, and bursting with art. At this moment, several separate Supernatural fanart artbooks are available for fans to enjoy. S is an anthology artbook featuring art from over 30 Supernatural fan artists. (See a full list of the artists involved on Tumblr. With 70 full-color pages and a...
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It’s been three years since Game of Thrones captured the hearts and minds of tv viewers everywhere. With regicide, incest, and dragons, Game of Thrones has become the primary cause of FOMO (Fear Of Missing Out) for many. Spoilers have caused rifts in friendships and viewing parties. Nothing crushes a...
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When was the last time you called your sibling? Yesterday... or maybe a year ago? Well, April 10th is National Siblings Day and we suggest you crack open your favorite fandom and celebrate. Even if your sibling doesn’t understand your fandom.   Image Source: giphy.com Regardless, your favorite fictional siblings might say...
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A few days ago, we posted an article about amazing Sriracha themed artwork, including these incredible Srirarcha-inspired fire extinguishers:   Image source: sket-one.com We know! Don't you just want one of these extinguishers now?!? The artist of these extinguishers, Sket One, has been known to embrace other condiments as well. In fact,...
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This time of year is always tough. Between the return of Game of Thrones, Orphan Black, and Mad Men it’s easy to have great shows slip through the cracks. If you are like me, then last season you missed Starz’s new drama Outlander. Outlander is a time-traveling historical drama where a...
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It was 1985 when John Hughes’ The Breakfast Club hit theaters. Telling the tale of five drastically different high school students, the film closed with Simple Minds’ iconic lyrics, “Don’t you forget about me.”  Trust us, the fans haven’t. It’s been three decades and fans across the globe still relate to...
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Taylor Swift might’ve cleaned house at the iHeartRadio Music Awards this Sunday but this year the “Shake It Off” singer has won an even cooler honor as the new face of millennial feminism.   Image Source: trulyswift.tumblr.com Initially, Swift traditionally strayed away from labeling herself a “feminist.” And who’s shocked? The country...
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McDonald’s is one of the most universally recognized brands on the planet. The giant M in the sky is a beacon for fast food enthusiasts, road trippers, and rushed parents alike. These artists pay homage to the golden arches of our dreams. This porcelain piece is probably worth at least a...
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Hug a Directioner today. When a fandom is disrupted, as the One Direction fandom was when it was announced that Zayn Malik is leaving the group, it can be upsetting for the thousands who see fandom as a safe place. Fans are beginning the coping process, though. They still have four...
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Contrary to their very believable-at-the-time “Year 3000” prediction, The Jonas Brothers’ 7th album hasn’t outsold Kelly Clarkson. They don’t even have a 7th album… but there’s  still plenty of time. Jonas-lovers are a patient fandom who dream of the brothers getting back together.  If you’re wondering where the teenage heartthrobs...
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While perusing my recommendations on Netflix, I kept seeing the same title over and over again...The 100. I decided to throw it up on in the background while I cleaned my room. Now let me just say, no cleaning occurred. In about 10 hours, I had completed the entire first season....
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Oreos are for more than just eating nowadays. These artists were able to resist the lure of cookie and cream long enough to make something delicious. Harley Langberg’s body of work includes a plethora of food-ified work, including some famous faces and fluffy friends.  Image Source: harleysfoodart.com This Oreo definitely wins...
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Wonder Bread has been in our lives since the 1920s, its primary-colored packaging a classic sign that lunch is on the way. However, for these artists, Wonder Bread is more than the vessel for a peanut butter and fluff sandwich. Artist Catherine McEver uses slices of Wonder Bread as a...
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Sriracha is like the Kleenex of the hot sauce world. With its green cap and signature rooster, both hot sauce junkies and hot sauce rejecters alike can recognize Sriracha from a table away. It’s no wonder, then, that artists have found inspiration from the hot sauce bottle on every restaurant table...
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The end is near. The beloved musical dramedy Glee is scheduled for its last episode this Friday. Glee has not only given us show-stopping musical numbers, but relationships we would go to bat for. The couples of Glee have made us laugh and they’ve made us cry — no really, I’ve...
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Crayons are a staple of childhood. So what happens when you grow out of coloring books and coloring between the lines? Use the crayons to make ridiculously extravagant sculptures, of course. One of Crayola’s slogans is “Everything Imaginable.” For Nashville-based artist Herb Williams, everything imaginable means using Crayola crayons to...
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