There are people whose obsessions with pop culture icons like Darth Vader, Frankenstein or Master Chief seem like religious infatuation, so New Jersey-based 3d printing artist Chris Milnes did away with the formalities by creating a series of 3d-printed Buddha statues.
My name is Vartan Garnikyan and I'm a major fan of both art and Batman, thus, I love combining the two.
Thanks to Mexican artist Kimbal, we now know what Batman would look like if he was really a mythological Mayan bat god. Kimbal was given a plain white bust of Batman and invited to work his magic on it. He promptly...
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He could care less about people being in a suits, ties and dresses. He was a 5-year-old boy. That's not what he thought was neat. He loved looking at superhero T-shirts.
In one of the most bizarre reprisals we've recently seen, Bloodblitz, the comedian behind the Rob's Rants channel on Youtube, has created a short video showing what Bane, the infamous Batman villain, might have looked like if he was a cat....
They say that boys don't grow up, only their toys change. That might not be the case, however, for French photographer Rémi Noël, who's been tripping throughout the state of Texas together with a miniature plastic Batman figurine, his only companion....
Damien Greenhalgh, Labour County Councillor for Glossop and Charlesworth, became a Twitter legend after he posted a picture showing "How to look like Batman, using your cat." The hilarious photo has already received more than 19K retweets, and the guy was...
Miles, a five-year-old boy in San Francisco who has been fighting leukemia since he was one year old, was given the opportunity to star in a cute and heart-warming city-wide drama as Batman, the caped crusader. In the city-wide event, which...
If you like superheroes and you like bobble heads, this is the post for you! The team at adrianlinks.com has created this series of hilarious bobble head superhero movie posters titled “Super Bobble Head Heroes”.
Pop artist Gregoire Guillemin has visually imagined about what our popular heroes do when they are "somewhere in a real life", and created art series called "The Secret Life of Pop Heroes".