Remember the Sleeveface post we did awhile back? Well, the Sleeveface trend has been thriving since that first feature. Here are some our new favorites from the ongoing trend.
Hungarian artist and Breaking Bad super fan, Zsolot Molnar, has created a series of minimalist Breaking Bad posters for every episode that ever aired. We’ve seen a lot of Breaking Bad inspired art, but nothing this in-depth. All 70+ posters are available for purchase on Molnar’s website. For only $20 a piece you can afford to grab a couple.
Here’s a look at the guts of some of the most popular video game controllers of all-time. Brand Edgar Allen recently put this project together for his series titled, Deconstructed. Check out Brandon’s website here.
As far as desk art goes, it doesn’t get any better than this. The Mini Museum is exactly what the name suggests: a pocket sized collection of rare specimens housed in a display case. The Mini Museum was created by Hans Fex, an officially registered meteorite collector, who claims that every item is authentic. The portable museums come in three sizes, each of which contains rare artifacts like mammoth hair, pieces of meteorites, shards of a t-rex tooth, a piece of a palm tree from Antarctica, coal from the Titanic, and much more. If your desk is lacking decorations, we strongly suggest you pick one of these up.
J&B Scotch Whisky recently tapped tattoo artist, Sébastien Mathieu, to actually tattoo some bottles. They only did a total of 25 bottles. Each bottle took about 20 hours to tattoo, and each bottle is unique. Good luck getting your hands on a bottle though, as they’ll only be available this winter in Paris at L’éclaireur rue Herold. Check out more info here.
I need these framed and hanging on my wall ASAP.
If you’re not familiar with Crystal Head Vodka, it’s a brand of vodka that comes in a glass skull. A forensic artist named Nigel used a bottle of Crystal Head to recreate a man’s head & face. Brilliant.
Slovakian artist Dusan Cezek recreated scenes from his favorite movies in 8-bit animated GIF form. Cezek animated scenes from movies such The Big Lebowski, Fight Club, and Sin City, just to name a few. The colors most representative of each movie as a whole were chosen as the backdrop. Take a look at all the GIFs below.
You might recognize a few of these pictures from our Tuesday Dopeness gallery. They were created by artist October Jones. Jones began his head drawing hobby while trying to find a way to pass the time on his commute to work. His drawings have since become somewhat of an internet sensation.