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Blog posts tagged in fan art
  My childhood was filled with afternoon viewings of Disney VHS classics. Cinderella, Sleeping Beauty and Snow White were critical touchstones of my youth. But as much as I loved those old tapes, as I grew up, I wondered why the damsels were always in distress? Surely, Disney could do better. ...
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Remember when you were a little kid and you would make designs out of your cornflakes? Well then you will be happy to learn that you are not alone. NY artist Sarah Rosado still plays with her food, to a wonderfully creative effect.  A daily consumer of cornflakes, Rosado was...
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Yesterday we featured an article about the top ten best butts in fandom, with a tongue-in-cheek ranking of the top ten fan favorite butts, as illustrated by fan artists. The debate on the ranking of the butts continues on Facebook and Tumblr, but there’s one question that remains: Why are all the...
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  Whether Barbie was your beloved sidekick or the toy you tore apart, Mattel’s famous doll has become a beloved staple in many children’s homes. Introduced on March 9th, 1959, the Barbie doll has became an icon of beauty, culture and fashion for the past 56 years. Though met with some...
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It’s no secret that fandom loves a great butt. Whether it’s decked out in tight black denim, medieval leather, or starfleet regulation, a good butt is always a good thing. In the spirit of Tina Belcher, I present with complete sincerity and appreciation, the Very Important Official list of the Top...
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We’ll see two new gay characters on the hyper-popular MTV series Teen Wolf when it returns on June 5, according to TVLine. For many fans interested in seeing more LGBT representation in their genre favorites, this came as welcome news, but many other fans are wondering what the show intends to...
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What would happen if Pokémon were free to behave as humans do? According to Pictogram, a design company based in the San Francisco Mission district, the first thing they’d do is start their own businesses. Dutch interface designer Sebastiaan de With imagined a world in which a fictional “Pokémon Corporate Personhood...
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It’s been a long eight months, but for Orphan Black fans, the wait is almost over. The season three trailer dropped this week and most of you, like myself, have probably re-watched it 15 times. But Orphan Black is one of those delightfully hard to define shows, and if you’re not...
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Lumpy Space Princess, from the wildly popular animated series Adventure Time, is a princess cloud full of sass, arrogance and lumps that won’t quit. She loves her cloudy form and isn’t afraid to show it. She’s body-positive, and doesn’t care what you think. The Adventure Time fandom is quite taken with...
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The Belchers are everyone’s favorite all-American animated family. We can’t get enough of their quirky and humorous antics in attempts to get their family restaurant more business. From Bob to Louise, every member of the family is more lovable and absurd than the last. Unfortunately, one character is overlooked more than...
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Much of the west got its first taste of K-Pop (Korean Pop) when Psy’s “Gangnam Style” became a viral sensation in 2012.  However, “Gangnam Style” is only the tip of the iceberg.  Behind it lies a phenomenon that’s not only about music, but has been incorporated into everyday pop culture, style,...
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It’s time to say goodbye to NBC’s Parks and Recreation. When the beloved sitcom first aired in 2009, we watched the supposed The Office spin off struggle to maintain the attention of viewers. However, over the course of seven seasons, Parks and Recreation has grown into the smartest and most quoted...
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  Awards season is here once again to try to tell you that your favorite movies aren’t as important as Important Movies. Friends, movie awards are given for one reason: for the Academy assert their authority over the people who make and like movies. But the Academy only has as much...
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  So you’re a fan artist, you have some work that’s making waves on Tumblr/DeviantArt/your mom’s Facebook and you’d like to try to monetize your work? We’re here to help. This is part one in an occasional series for artists who are looking to do more with their art. THE MAJOR...
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Emojis originated in Japan, but thankfully their use has spread rapidly throughout the world. Many of us send text messages and emails that consist entirely of the pictographs. Soon we may even be able to forego words entirely and rely on emoji- based communication alone. Though emojis exist across a...
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Let’s travel back in time four years, and imagine a world where we don’t know the beloved characters of Downton Abbey. Do you remember your first thoughts of the aristocratic Crawley family? There was the beautiful Lady Mary and the high spirited Lady Sybil and of course, the often forgotten, Lady...
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  50 Shades of Grey is about to become one of the biggest movies of the year. It is hard to avoid the controversy surrounding the dark drama, but it isn’t the only film to portray side-eye-worthy relationships as #goals. In fact, in one of our favorite fandoms, another dark and...
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For a hot second, our day was made when season three of House of Cards made an appearance on our Netflix screens. But almost as soon as it appeared, it quickly vanished into the abyss. Netflix announced that the early launch was merely a leak, devastating us all.    This is...
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Given that Valentine’s Day was essentially an early expression of fandom – it began either as a celebration of various martyred saints named Valentine or Valentinus OR as the Christian version of the Pagan feast Lupercalia… with loads of classic artwork depicting both of these angels – the best way to...
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“Carry on Wayward Son” is more than just an anthem for Supernatural. For nine years, it’s largely been a show about wayward sons. And brothers. And fathers. But rarely women. Sure, there’ve been memorable women on the show in the past, but generally, they serve a brief purpose, then they’re killed...
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