This is crazy cool - DeviantARTist DanLuVisiArt has re-imagined Toy Story's Buzz Lightyear as a real flesh and blood person. And we don't mind saying that he's looking mighty fine....
Artist Jenny Parks must have a thing for cats, as she's transformed the Avengers, Loki, Batman, Bane and Katniss Everdeen into their feline counterparts.
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Here's a flowchart of how 'simulated reality' is depicted in films, created by a Mr. Dalliard. Be warned that certain films will be spoiled....
On our online travels we spotted this impressive looking Doctor Who henna tattoo. Pretty cool, no?
The Power of Books is an interesting photo series by designer Mladen Penev. Is it just us or is he taking the engaging nature of a good book a bit too literally....
An artist from the Netherlands has created a unique art series comprised of 3D pixels. Inside Video Games explores 'the secret world behind 8-bit game screens,' and the work is even available to purchase as prints.
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Ever wanted to see a giant game of Pong played on the side of a 29 story Philadelphia skyscraper? Sure you have!
Well, Monday just got better.
Dean Walton has created a series of Hyrulean travel posters that can be purchased as prints for a bargain-friendly £12 each and even iPhone cases (from £22 each). Be prepared to receive a great big dose of gaming nostalgia, and please excuse us as we leave to nab every single one of these...
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You remember the caterpillar that couldn't stop stuffing his face, right? Well now LEGO artist Bruce Lowell (hello dream career) has re-created the cover of the iconic children's book using bricks.
This is 'Pisces,' a double helix sculpture by artist Jason Hackenwerth using 10,000 balloons. Standing at 40 foot tall, the sculpture was commissioned by the Edinburgh International Science Festival, and took Hackenwerth's team six days to put together.
It's currently on display at the National Museum of Scotland, and will be there until 14th April 2013.