Endless Last Supper

A commission by artist Tom Fowler featuring Neil Gaiman's The Endless: Destiny, Death, Dream, Destruction, Despair, Desire and Delirium from The Sandman. At the rik of losing whatever little geek cred I have, I'll admit to not having read The Sandman, but it's on my list, honestly. I'm trying to make up for my general lack of comics knowledge. Anyway, it appears that Death is in the Jesus slot (natch) with the Judas role filled by Destruction. Did I get that right, fans? (Endless Last Supper by Tom Fowler, via Cultural Compulsive Disorder)

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Street Fighter Kiss

Street Fighter's Chun Li and Cammy kiss and make up, based on Tanya Chalkin's iconic Kiss photograph. (Kiss by Aled Lewis)

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The Last Breakfast

Sculptor Brian Stuckey's The Last Breakfast finally gives Cap'n Crunch the Christ position after so many portrayals as Judas, a role now filled by Rice Krispies Snap. What is is with breakfast cereal mascots? Their either fighting or wasting their lives together — don't they have any other friends? (Via Cultural Compulsive Disorder)

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Dr. Seuss Does Star Wars

Dr. Seuss does Star Wars by cartoonist Adam Watson. There are more where that came from. (Link via Shopped Sci Fi)

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Oh, Pretty Stormtrooper

Vivian: I appreciate this whole seduction thing you've got going on here, but let me give you a tip: I'm a sure thing. (The Empire Likes Back by illustrator Seth Patrick)

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Morgan Spurlock's Last Supper

Morgan Spurlock's latest documentary titled The Greatest Movie Ever Sold explore the growing world of product placement in television shows and movies, kinda. Of course what caught my eye was a Ron English recreation of the Last Supper on the poster, with Spurlock as Jesus (of course) and Buzz Lightyear as his Judas.

Papa Zissou

Now if you'll excuse me, I'm going to go on an overnight drunk, and in 10 days I'm going to set out to find Gargamel and destroy him. Anyone who wants to tag along is more than welcome. (Papa Zissou by Kenyon Bajus via Spoke Blog)

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The Exorcist In 60 Seconds

The scene with the priests sipping tea is my favourite. Creator Lee Hardcastle is trying to raise money to make more 60 second remakes of cult films. A fine cause if there ever was one. (Link via Laughing Squid)

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Fail Whale Pale Ale

Mmm, tastes bitter. Fail Whale Pale Ale by Ian Leino, also available on Wednesday at TeeFury for cheap.

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Serenity Sake
Monsters Can't Hold Their Liquor
I Like My Beer Cold, My TV Loud And My Inforgraphics Massive

Abraham Lincoln: Cage Fighter

Just realized it was Presidents Day in the U.S. Meanwhile here in Canada (well, some parts) it was Family Day. That really tells you most of what you need to know about the differences between Americans and Canadians. So in honour (with a U) of the day, I present you Abraham Lincoln as King of the Cage, by Brandon Bird, who is knocking out high prices by putting anything featuring one of history’s great leaders on sale.

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Fantastic Forefathers
Pezidents Of The United States
Abraham Lincoln: Vampire Hunter

It's The Final Countdown!

Outside of Buster, George Oscar Bluth has to be the source of the Bluth clan's most ridiculous moments. Illustrator Kyle Hilton's latest Arrested Development paper doll, GOB Bluth.

8-Bit Terrarium

"I actually see a lot of similarities between video games and terrariums; they are both closed systems that seek to nurture and sustain an entire world within a small viewing space. And I get equal enjoyment out of interacting and watching both," says Jude Buffum of Game Over IV, a show on the influence of video games on pop culture.

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The Woody With No Name

This town ain't big enough for the two of us. Reach for the sky! Toy Story's Woody is The Man With No Name in Coran Stone's The Good. (Link via Rampaged Reality)

Sponges Of Anarchy MC

Things took a turn for the worse on Bikini Bottom once they started selling drugs out of the back of The Krusty Krab. (Sponges of Anarchy by Mike Summo at RIPT Apparel)

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PETA Denounces Mario's Tanooki Suit

"Animals are not ours to eat, wear, experiment on, or use for entertainment." Yeesh, Mario, how insensitive! (Fashion Faux Pas by Aled Lewis)

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Head North Through Wonderland, Then It's Straight On To Narnia

I had no idea how close Whoville is to Mordor. It's amazing that Sauron didn't destroy the Who's, what with all the noise from their Jingjinglers, Floofloobers, and Blumbloopas. (The Fantasy World Map from Dan Meth)

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T-Rex Can Has Cheezburger?

The diet of the Tyrannosaurus rex is surprisingly similar to mind. Monster trucks taste better than you'd think. (The T-Rex diet by Eduardo San Gil, via Rampaged Reality)

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Next Time Watson Wouldn't Have It So Easy On Jeopardy!

While Watson may have crushed his opponents, Brad Rutter and the IBM beta-version of Watson, Ken Jennings, the human race has a few tricks up its sleeve.

We lost on Jeopardy!, baby... (Hijinks Ensue via The High Definite. Hat tip to DVD.)

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MC Trebek In The Hizzouse
Lord Of The Rings Computing
It's All About Ctrl

I Get High With A Little Help From Vermeer

Would you believe in a love at first sight?
Yes I'm certain that it happens all the time.
What do you see when you turn out the light?
I can't tell you, but I know it's mine.
Oh, I get by with a little help from my friends,
Mmm I get high with a little help from my friends,
Oh, I'm gonna try with a little help from my friends

Ringo with a Beatles Earring by Dave MacDowell.

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Appetite for Eternia

Take me down
To Eternia city
Where the grass is green
And the girls are pretty
Take me home

Guns N' Roses meets the Masters of the Universe, by Joey Spiotto. Available at TeeFury.

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The Evolution Of Jason Voorhees

Aww, look at that little tyke, wasn't he... um... yeah, never-mind, no wonder he turned into a serial killer. (By character artist Ben Camberos; link via Fuel Your Illustration)

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Han Shot First

Well, of course he did. But should you feel the need to emblazon that fact on your chest (or on your bicep), then today's your day — Scott Derby's Han Shot First tee/tattoo is on sale at TeeFury.

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The Look Of Love

Han & Leia

Valentine’s Day cards featuring the pop culture stylings of some iconic couples, by designer Barbara Pala. See the rest at EveryGuyed. (Thanks for card, Natasha!)

Bert & Ernie

Lily & Nina

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The Road To Shermer: A Tribute to John Hughes

I've been posting paintings from Gallery 1988's John Hughes tribute show for the past two weeks and last night the show opened and the rest of the paintings have gone online. Here are four more of my favourites.

The title of the show, The Road To Shermer, refers to Shermer, Illinois, a fictitious suburb of Chicago used in several of Hughes films: Weird Science, The Breakfast Club, Ferris Bueller's Day Off, Sixteen Candles, Pretty in Pink, and National Lampoon's Vacation.

Other than the thinning hair, Judd Nelson looks way better in this than he did when he showed up at least year's Oscar tribute to John Hughes.

Huey Lewis & Dewey

I want a new duck
One that won't make me sick
One that won't make me crash my car
Or make me feel three feet thick

Puns and dated cultural references for the win! (Huey Lewis & Dewey by Glen Brogan)

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Ancient Star Wars Greek Vase

This is just like my Classics classes with one crucial difference: nobody is naked. And for that I am eternally grateful. (Star Wars Greek Vase by Andre Asai, link via pacalin)

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Tryin' To Catch Me Ridin' Dirty

Artist David Chung's Ridin' Dirty, which is exactly how I picture it when I listen to Chamillionaire. From the Industrial Squid curated show SuperKickAss at WWA Gallery in Los Angeles.

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A Damn Good Cup Of Coffee

It's been 20 years since David Lynch brought Twin Peaks, Agent Cooper and Laura Palmer to TV and there have been very few shows since that could match it's oddity. I'd say the The X-Files and, currently, Fringe.

To celebrate the milestone, a Twin Peaks 20th anniversary art exhibit is opening on February 12 in Los Angeles. I was alerted to the show on Scott Campbell's blog and his piece, Concentrating On The J's is above. The pieces below are from a preview by Hi-Fructose.

Walk With Bob by Tim Biskup

Coffee Coffee by Ryan Heska

A Damn Good Cup Of Coffee by Paul Chatem

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Pretty In Pink, Isn't She?

Oh Molly, will you ever end up with a boy that's right for you? I mean, of course not, the '80s are long gone, but Dave MacDowell perfectly captures her pining for the upcoming John Hughes tribute show at Gallery 1988.

And here's the Psychedelic Furs to get you in the proper mood:

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Gary & Wyatt's Guide To Actually Making A Girl

If Anthony Michael Hall was able to conjure Kelly LeBrock out of a computer in 1995, why can't I do the same on my laptop in 2011? Get on that, Internet!

Actually Making a Girl, by Dave Perillo. Inspired by Weird Science, for Gallery 1988's upcoming John Hughes tribute show. (Link via Clutch Blog)

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