28 Unusual Celebrity Product Endorsements

Sometimes celebrity product endorsements make complete sense. Sylvester Stallone and his high protein pudding, Matthew McConaughey (star of the Lincoln Lawyer) and Lincoln automobiles, Shaquille O’Neal and Icy-Hot Patches… They just make sense. These product endorsements from days gone by do not make sense. They make the opposite of sense in some cases. Why is…

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Red Baron by Ajdin Durakovic

About this piece: “The year is 2045. War is almost over, Germany is about to fall and the strong allied forces are gathering their troops on the north of France, in local air base.Hunderds of Zepellin destroyers are about to fly for Germany to release their ammunition on german millitary targets. In panic, Germans are…

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12 Post Apocalypse Character Concepts – Gallery

I have zombie apocalypse dreams. Last night was a pretty intense one, based in London. Not only were there zombies roaming around, but also these weird tree-like creatures which could grow branches like tentacles and kill you with them, like a psychopathic Groot. I managed to lead some survivors to a rooftop apartment in central…

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10 Dieselpunk Industrial Edison Bulb Lighting Ideas

Filament light bulbs, more commonly known these days by hipsters and dieselpunks as Edison Bulbs, are spreading across the interior design world like warmly glowing glass bowls of soft orange light. Just switching one on gives a room a sepiatone atmosphere, and as they can be looked at directly you can do all kinds of…

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The Fantastical Steampunk art of Vadim Voitekhovitch

This guy is so ridiculously inventive I want to smack him. German artist Vadim’s level of detail-oriented world-building is above and beyond. You need to go see the rest of works immediately. http://voitv.deviantart.com/

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Hugh Ferriss and the Metropolis of Tomorrow

From Wikipedia: Hugh Ferriss was trained as an architect at Washington University in his native St. Louis, Missouri, but, early in his career, began to specialize in creating architectural renderings for other architects’ work rather than designing buildings himself. As a delineator, his task was to create a perspective drawing of a building or project. This was done…

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Dieselpunk Industrial Designs by 600v

600v, also known as ixlrlxi, is a big of an enigma. We know he’s a guy, that he’s Russian, and that he designs some pretty out of this world vehicles, along with some other horror and fantasy art. Go visit his DeviantArt page here. This post is an update from one originally posted January 15,…

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The Retro Art of Christian Pearce

Christian Pearce is an artist, illustrator and conceptual artist working primarily with WETA Workshop on such films as King Kong, The Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, Elysium and the forthcoming The Last Days on Mars. You can see more of his work at his blog here. Like all great conceptual artists, he also likes…

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Abandoned bus station by Artur Sadlos

Just spotted this incredible concept art from the 2011 game Call of Juarez: The Cartel. It’s an abandoned bus station, for some reason it evokes exactly the kind of atmosphere I had in mind for the diner at Queens Corner. For more of Artur’s work go see it at his Deviantart page.

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3 More Steampunk Airship Pictures!

Did someone say Airship Friday? No, I’m just kidding. Kinda. I’ve been digging around looking for some more inspiration for possible Aradwyan Royal Air Service airships and found these. They’re a little more steampunky, but I like them, so I’m going to post them. If you like the third one of the airship in dry…

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