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Andre Levy has chosen an interesting medium for his art work: Coins. The Brazilian designer uses the images on a variety of different coins to paint well-known pop culture figures on to them. Characters like…

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If you read our link roundup posts, you’ve probably seen Federico Mauro’s work before. Both his “Famous Shoes” and “Famous Guns” collections were worthy of sharing. For his latest set of work, he turned his…

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We’re just going to come right out and say that it’s about time someone took the minimalist poster approach to some of the coolest supporting characters from the Star Wars universe–the ships. DeviantArt user WeaponIX…

Simon-Stalenhag-Sci-Fi-Paintings-1

Simon Stålenhag’s paintings of an alternate future where robots, dinosaurs and humanity somehow coexist are gorgeous. They exist somewhere between the realms of Oblivion (the movie), Half Life 2 and Fallout 3. Realities that never…

Currency-Collages-2

Mark Wagner’s art might be the most expensive in the world. No, the pieces don’t sell at auctions for insane amounts of money, the reason they are expensive is because they’re made with money. The…

Graffiti-Fishtank

We kinda feel bad for fish. They swim around in these tiny bowls that are cramped and uninteresting. London artist, Zeus, has decided to rectify that situation in a fairly awesome way. His Graffiti Fishtank…