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“Damn, man, love your fan vans.” Because Vans are made of canvas and are available to in solid white, they make the perfect canvas for crafty artists to create radical wearable fan art. Here are some of our favorites from the fascinating world of Fan Vans. Shoes to Live In Let’s...
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Sassy nails have long been a must have fashion accessory, but recent advances in decal and polish technology have turned this beauty practice into a true art form. Here’s some of our favorite brand-worshipping “digital” art. Snap! Mags Marclay, protagonist of our fave e-book experience, Find Me I’m Yours, has some...
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Normally for the Find of the Week, we shine a spotlight on inspiring brand and fan art, but today we are turning it on ourselves to celebrate the launch of FIND ME I’M YOURS -- the innovative, art-filled, multi-platform entertainment experience and eBook novel that includes Worship the Brand in its...
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Scary movies get a lot of hype, but some of the most bone-chilling moments we’ve ever seen originated on the small screen. In honor of Halloween, here’s a roundup of haunting fan art, bringing to life the most terrifying TV moments in recent history. True Coulrophobia! American Horror Story: Freakshow may...
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Chinese artist and activist Ai Weiwei has created a thought-provoking, beautifully detailed, and politically engaged exhibition of 176 portraits all made out of LEGOs!  Created on-site at the notorious Bay Area federal prison turned national park, Weiwei’s masterpiece, titled @Large: Ai Weiwei on Alcatraz depicts historical figures that have been exiled...
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This year DC entertainment and Batman fans worldwide are celebrating the Caped Crusader’s 75th anniversary. In honor of this historic occasion One-Shot Gallery in New York asked fans to submit their work to an exhibition called “Great Villains of Gotham: A Cowardly and Superstitious Lot.” Check out some of our favorite pieces...
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You’ve probably seen artist Mike Wrobel’s iconic ’80s/’90s Game of Thrones illustrations, but he’s been a working artist for over a decade. We spoke to him about his influences, his favorite fandoms, and keeping the faith while making your rent. See more from Mike at his website, moshistudio.com, and his Tumblr, http://moshi-kun.tumblr.com. 1. Your...
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As an artist or a crafter, your work is exceptionally personal. If you have the intention of making a living from doing what you love, it is crucial that you “Land Your Brand” and clearly communicate what makes you unique, special and different. That will then translate to what makes your...
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I think I just joined the ink fandom! You may have noticed a thrilling trend this month of artists stepping back from their computers and picking up a pen and paper to take part in (hashtag alert!) #inktober. But what is Inktober? Illustrator Jake Parker (http://mrjakeparker.com/inktober) started Inktober in 2009 in order to...
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Forty years ago, designer Yuko Shimizu created everyone’s favorite Japanese bobtail cat (or is she a British girl?!), Hello Kitty, for the Sanrio Company. Though she hasn’t aged a bit, the fabulous feline turns 40 this year. In honor of this paw-some occasion, artists from around the world are celebrating the...
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The Walking Dead Season 5 premieres this Sunday with “No Sanctuary,” and we can’t wait to find out what happens to Rick and gang – last seen literally boxed into a corner in Terminus. For now, enjoy this feast o’ fan art that reminds us just how human we still are. The...
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Body art is the ultimate form of self-expression. We'd love to know what this person was thinking when he got inked with this classic brand logo. And so, from the "BODY ART THAT DOESN'T SUCK files, we bring you   ...
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The most compelling and innovative art is often made from the most unusual materials. These artists make mind-blowing pop art out of things you would never expect to see in a gallery. Play With Your Food Malaysian artist Red Hong Yi used food and condiments to make one work of art...
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The CW’s long-running hit Supernatural heads into its tenth season next week. While the show may be treading familiar asphalt in its later years, the fandom is still one of the most vibrant and vocal on the Internet. The Road So Far: 6 Scary Good Supernatural Fan Art Posters In preparation...
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Long Beach Comic Con isn’t the big kahuna, and yet, its intimate seaside setting is an exceptional venue for attendees to show off their fabulous, freaky, and fannish good selves. Between the stitch-perfect cosplayers and the shelves of comic book back issues I found aisle after aisle of talented, intrepid artists....
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Hogwarts is probably the coolest school in the world, but it’s a bit of a hassle, too, between the dementors, the ghosts, the revolving door of Defense Against the Dark Arts professors. What if you could still hang out with your favorite fantasy characters without all the drama and danger of...
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New York artist Christopher Chiappa makes art that packs a visual punchline. A former protégé of the legendary Jeff Koons, Chiappa broke out on his own with sculptures, cartoons, videos, and animations that bury meaning and humor in richly layered works.  Since debuting in 1998 with his solo exhibition “It Feels...
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Sometimes the littlest things in every day life are just what you need to give your creativity a jolt (along with your morning coffee). You won’t believe what these five artists did with just a little sweet inspiration! Andy Magee’s piece, Artificial Sweetener, pays homage to Andy Warhol and his iconic Marilyn...
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It’s the 10th anniversary of the TV series Lost, and although the show technically ended in 2010, it has had a remarkable afterlife thanks to the work of dedicated fan artists. Back in 2004, we learned the surprisingly useful term, “wardrobe malfunction,” sang along to the hella catchy “Hey Ya,” and...
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Hollywood could take a lesson or two (or seven) from these fan artists. These posters look better than most of the billboards I’ve seen along Sunset Boulevard. 1. The Maze Runner Loaded with easter eggs, hidden details, and (careful!) spoilers, this poster was made by a true Maze Runner fan (http://bloodygreenie.tumblr.com/). But...
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