Archive for Category: "Art"
Books never seem to go out of fashion, and even in 2012, when you’d think we’d be passed the idea of a good book, Amazon brings out the Kindle and we continue to buy them in their droves. But while books can be intriguing, emotionally demanding and entertained – just look at Fifty Shades of [...]
Comic books and movies have become beautiful partners. I think the Cyclops is my favorite? What about you? Guess what? You can buy these totally cool X-men posters here. And here is a bonus, Emma Frost poster. We really love nerd art or geek art, whichever you prefer. Related articles Top 10 Movie Weapons of [...]
We love the literal here at BizarreBytes.com – Thank you KeptFreshArt This is a 9″ x 12″ reproduction of the original painting. Printed on archival epson matte paper with true epson archival ink. These are great reproductions because you can see the acrylic ink marks, brush marks and the canvas texture on the print. You [...]
Steven Warrick lives in Richmond, Virginia, and he is a truly creative and fantastic artist. He does design, original drawings, comics, and more, and we were lucky enough to get our hands on a series of interesting pieces to show you, and to talk to him about what in the wide world made him think [...]
Yoda is probably the littlest green badass in the entire Star Wars universe. Other people think so, too, because they have created all sorts of drawings, art, and videos to honor him. I’ll save the videos for another time, when there is beer involved, and save this little corner of Bizarre Bytes for the awesome [...]
What is a Henge? A “Henge” is an oval or circular earthwork structure built during the Neolithic Period, often in the form of a rock circle or monument. Not all henges are rock monuments like Stonehenge, but most henges are located in England. In England, the Neolithic Period occurred circa 7000—1700 BC. During this time, [...]
Trolling around the internet, like you do, I have come across some pretty darn fantastic-looking cakes. I have no idea what tastes good, as I didn’t get to taste any of these cakes. Plus, I’m not much of a cake eater. But here are the cakes that particularly struck my fancy. We’ve got geek cred [...]
The mouse finally wins and I assume he has thumbs too…Cute graffiti in any case.
I love the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and Donatello was always my favorite. Even when Eastman & Laird first created them they weren’t really threatening even though they killed a lot of bad guys ninja-style. But they still have a cute quality about them. Well, not this time. Donatello looks to be out for blood [...]
Somtimes beauty is okay for the sake of being beautiful.
Yarnbombs, often called knitting graffiti or knitted tags, are spreading their colorful cheer to the world’s urban areas in what some are calling a less offensive, impermanent form of graffiti art. While traditional graffiti artists may feel that their work has been compromised by this new, softer form, the art itself can have a similar [...]
I love this high-class animated gif, called the cinemagraph. Here is one of my favorites. I could watch this sailing boat move across the waves for hours. And with the benefit of the cinemagraph, I can! See 10 more of the these cool moving pictures at the top 10 cinemagraphs.
Sheffy Bleier is an Israeli artist based in Jerusalem and she is best known for her use of animal organs in her artistic creations. Bleier is not unique as a “meat artist” however her use of the internal organs differentiates her from those artists who use cut and processed meat to evoke, quite literally, a [...]
Mario has been a part of our pop culture for decades and seeing him as a painted fire hydrant kind of feels…I don’t know…just right.
If you start with the assumption that there is one “correct” way to design an effective brochure, then you may be ignoring too many options that might actually work. If you approach the creation of a highly effective poster the way an artist creates a painting, then the important thing is to take from your [...]
Love this sculpture art, somewhere in the middle of nowhere, showing a man skeleton walking his pet T-rex skeleton. Good boy, Rex, good boy!
It’s a sticky wicket when you decide to write about something you actually like. You spend all day being snarky and clever, and then you get this great idea, and you’re afraid you’re going to come off, I don’t know, less right than you want it to. That’s the danger of writing about anything, and [...]
Dirty Car Art by Scott Wade gives you a reason or an excuse not to wash your car…you are preparing the canvas for your masterpiece!
I happened across this artist’s site today. I believe the Internet community loves cats, so I thought I’d share some of Marja Hagborg cat drawings and paintings with the readers of Bizarre Bytes. You can visit her website by clicking the link below. Screeching Cat Cat Christmas Shakespeare Cat A Midsummer Cat A Cat’s Gotta [...]
I don’t claim to understand fashion design or the clothing manufactures and while we are certain these fashion designs aren’t for everyday wear, I wonder at the true meaning behind this art. In any case, these bizarre dresses are from the mind of Ryan Yoon. Teddy Bear Dress by Ryan Yoon. Yes, she is bare [...]