In the manga Yotsuba&!, artist Kiyohiko Azuma draws characters in a stylized, not-so-realistic way. But the backgrounds, however, are insanely realistic.
That’s over 3600 days in a row. I can’t even write shitty blog posts for five days without needing two days off.
Just in time for May the 4th, you can plan your own aerial assault with these discounted Star Wars screen prints from Inked and Screened. Today only, choose between the blueprints of a TIE Bomber or and infographic of the Death Star, for under $20. Now if only Jyn Erso had known that she could just buy the plans from…
Monami Ohno is a Japanese cardboard artist. Kotaku has previously featured her work, and since then, she’s continued to churn out amazing creations.
If your spring cleaning doesn’t involve revamping your home goods, what are you even doing? Add some awesome infographics to your walls with Pop Chart Lab’s 20% off sitewide sale. Get everything from the Connected Characters of Seinfeld to every single bird in North America. Enter the code VERNALVALUE at checkout to…
16bitModels is an exhibition where artists take classic video games and build incredible little real-world dioramas out of them.
Here’s comic artist Nikolas Draper-Ivey’s take on the main cast of Final Fantasy VII.
More Saga in any form is a good thing in our books, and the upcoming second volume of Brian K. Vaughan and Fiona Staples’ seminal comic series, due out next week, is no exception. To celebrate, we’ve got an exclusive look at some of the beautiful art created for the new collection, by some of the best artists in…
Because the original Sailor Moon anime had some seriously stunning backgrounds. Look at those pastels!
After years of licensing third parties to create expensive statues and replicas based on its hit video game properties, Blizzard’s taking high-end collectibles in house. Blizzard Collectibles kicks off with an array of existing pieces, joined by one hell of a rendition of Overwatch’s spidery sniper.
Overwatch Fantasia is a project by some Korean artists to take Blizzard’s roster of Heroes and make them look like they walked out of something like a Final Fantasy artbook.
Boss Fight Props, normally in the business of making cosplay gear, decided to take his Switch controller and dress it up like a GameCube pad.
Where there’s a hardware flaw, there’s a cottage industry to take advantage of it, and the Switch dock’s propensity to scratch console screens is no different.
Star Fox, by Tyler West.
There are a couple of video games coming out soon that you might have heard about, and you can hop aboard the hype train with a pair of hardcover art books, both marked down to an all-time low $20.
That is, paint them awesomely. You know, like Lunumbra does.
Looks like a real room, right? Nope. It’s a miniature.
Dutch author and illustrator Dick Bruna passed away on February 16, his publisher announced late last week.