Posts tagged: art
Only 14 hours left in the Gutterthon. (Thanks to @DrMattFinch for the sweet art)/
Juggernaut is just one of the five supervillain pin-ups in the Sexy Supervillain postcard set available as a Gutterthon perk. He was drawn by Evan Munday and you can give him a new home while supporting thoughtful writing about disreputable art by donating to the Cultural Gutter’s indiegogo campaign here. Only 3 days left!
Artist Jason Thompson creates illustrated walkthroughs of a Dungeons & Dragons game modules. And for more retro gaming fun, Retroist has a 1993 video TSR produced as a tutorial for the boardgame, Dragon Strike, and here is a trailer for TSR’s Wild Space. (via SharpCrye and Gravediggers Local)
wonder woman for sketch_dailies. couldn’t resist drawing my wondy <3
Thanos looking sassier than usual in this image from the Gutterthon Sexy Supervillain postcard set. It was conceived and drawn by artist and writer Evan Munday. There are still a couple of sets available to claim. Help keep the Gutter going and get five Sexy Supervillains up to no good!
Boing Boing has a gallery of photographer Laurent Seroussi’s images of women melded with insects. (Thanks, Chuck!)
Quartz writes about “Camera In The Mirror,” an Mario Santamaría’s Tumblr art project collecting the Google Streetview camera’s photographs of itself in museums. “Collected together, the Google-camera selfies are at turns unsettling, revealing, and absurd—unintentionally upstaging the art they’re meant to quietly document.”
A steamy picture of Solomon Grundy drawn by Evan Munday. He and 5 more Sexy Supervillains are available as part of our Gutterthon Sexy Supervillain Postcard Set. It’s a perk for our indiegogo fundraiser. If you donate today, you can support the Cultural Gutter’s mission of thoughtful writing about disreputable art, help us stay online, help us keep our commitment to paying writers and get sexy supervillainy on the side.
Former graphic designer for Intralink Film Graphic Design and current Google graphic designer Alex Griendling talks about designing film posters and campaigns at The Art House.
Graphic designer Anthony Goldschmidt has died. Goldschmidt’s company Intralink Film Graphic Design was the first to offer poster design as well as titles and trailers. Intralink created posters for countless films and Goldschmidt himself designed the titles for films including Young Frankenstein (1974), Blazing Saddles (1974) and Stargate (1994). The Hollywood Reporter, The Wrap and The Fashion…