Iotacons by Andy Rash

Posted 10 years ago by Art


We love us some pixel art around here, and Andy Rash is getting a lot of buzz around the net with his Iotacons, and rightly so. Spoiler: they’re awesome. Andy has this to say about his low-rez creations:

Iotacons are extremely low resolution portraits. They are so different from my regular style that I thought I’d better give them a separate home.

He’s covered everything from the Senate, to Sacha Baron Cohen, and even the cast of MST3K. I can’t wait to see what else he churns out.

Star Wars Family Portraits

Posted 10 years ago by Art

Over on Flickr, Steven Quinn has created an awesome set of Star Wars Family Portraits, and I suggest you check them out. Don’t miss the one with C3PO as the baby. It’s my favorite.

Boba Fett, Freelance Bounty Hunter

Posted 10 years ago by Art, Movies

It can get boring being a freelancer for a living (trust me), but I feel a little better today knowing that everyone’s favorite Bounty Hunter, Boba Fett, was a freelancer too. And in case you missed it a few weeks ago, he even has some snazzy invoices.

Via Laughing Squid

Minimalist Muppets

Posted 10 years ago by Art

I didn’t really get into the Minimalist Superheroes art that floated around the interwebs a few weeks ago, but throw Muppets into the mix and I’m sold. That’s exactly what Eric Slager did with his Minimalist Muppets, and he did a great job.

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80s Toy Show at the Autumn Society [Art]

Posted 10 years ago by Art

The Autumn Society is an awesome collective of illustrators and fine artists who seem just as obsessed with nostalgia as I do. Well, this Friday they’re hosting the 80s Toy Show at Brave New World Comics, and I really wish I could be there.

There will be a lot of art there that I would be glad to put on my wall, including the Transformers by Dave Perillo. You may remember Dave’s Ghostbusters art I posted last year.

If you’re in the area and check it out, I’d be glad to post some photos from the event.