This guy peels rock like a potato, too.
Mike Matei from Cinemassacre (Home of the Angry Video Game Nerd) spent 6 months recreating the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Intro in Mario Paint. The end result is pretty impressive.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 17th, 2016 (11:58 AM) | Thanks: filmguytim
Collection of a guy's daily polaroids from 1979 until his death in 1997.
By: WayGroovy | Dec 2nd, 2016 (11:18 PM) | Thanks: butterknife
Don't get too salty, its that band with the videos again.
By: WayGroovy | Nov 23rd, 2016 (8:32 PM)
Animated art installation
Doodle for Google's AI
By: WayGroovy | Nov 16th, 2016 (2:45 PM)
The Instagram account of Kirby Jenner.
Dad turns 6-year-old son's drawings into reality... with slightly disturbing results
By: WayGroovy | Oct 25th, 2016 (1:29 AM)
Dr. Dre's sphere of influence
A fan-made trailer for a non-existent animated movie in the style of Studio Ghibli (Princess Mononoke, Spirited Away, etc).
By: calvinhobbes | Sep 25th, 2016 (2:01 PM) | Thanks: IdentityOne
A freelance digital artist with an unhealthy obsession of Movies, Music, and Photoshop.
"Danila Tkachenko's Restricted Areas series captures brutalist ruins looming out of the mist and snow of frozen vistas." Or if you opened the page and skimmed without reading, you'd be more likely to think it's some concept art for a game. Poince for anyone who identifies all ten images.
By: WayGroovy | Jul 18th, 2016 (10:21 AM) | Thanks: midge mckay
Short film of the late Italian sculptor Pinuccio Scioli, his primitive instruments and their otherworldly sounds.
By: WayGroovy | Jul 16th, 2016 (10:50 PM) | Thanks: AdmrlCapnPrwlr
In the same "dystopian future" vein as Half-Life 2, apparently.
By: calvinhobbes | Jul 5th, 2016 (11:07 AM)
Artist paints Starry Night and Van Gogh on water.
They've introduced video at the low low price of 99€ for 10 seconds, or 249€ for a minute.
By: WayGroovy | Jun 17th, 2016 (12:20 PM)
You can burn more calories making it than eating it. (an iguana pops out at the end)
Swiss photographer Fabian Oefner is back with a second part to his 'Disintegrating' series featuring classic model supercars exploded to dramatically reveal all the tiny, beautiful parts of the car.
By: WayGroovy | May 3rd, 2016 (11:15 AM) | Thanks: heinzeketchum
By: WayGroovy | Apr 28th, 2016 (12:51 AM) | 18+
This woman aplies makeup to look like a living cartoon character. You could be fooled to think it's CGI
By: WayGroovy | Mar 8th, 2016 (11:18 PM) | 18+ | Thanks: IdentityOne
Kim Jung GI freehands a Japanese Star Wars picture. Several more through his YouTube. Mind blown.
By: WayGroovy | Feb 5th, 2016 (1:37 AM) | Thanks: IdentityOne
4 part short story series about a jewish immigrant, time traveling via pickle brine, meeting his great-great offspring in Brooklyn.
By: WayGroovy | Jan 31st, 2016 (1:02 PM) | Thanks: butterknife
Artist Victor Enrich uses digital manipulation to create surreal buildings in real urban locations
What's better than a delicious gingerbread house? How about an Evil Dead-inspired cabin complete with a tiny Ash, a dismembered gingerbread man, and an edible Necronomicon?
time for some new wallpaper!
By: WayGroovy | Dec 9th, 2015 (6:10 PM) | Thanks: scarletswalking
Trina Merry uses hyper realistic body paintings to blend people into the environment.
Danbi Shin currently lives in New York City, while her boyfriend Seok Li is in Seoul. They started their photo series Half & Half to cope with their separation. They take a photo of a similar location or object at the same time and then they merge their perspectives into one.
Harvezt imagines the 'reverse side' of album covers.