Here is a series of really neat illustrations by Tim Doyle. These pieces depict various Springfield locations from The Simpsons at night with an “evocative, moody” feel. Enjoy.
Here are four really cool artist renditions of World Wrestling Federation Legends. I don’t know much about the artist, Dave Merrell, but I applaud his awesome work!
This is pretty amazing looking stuff for someone like me. I grew up on the late 80s – 90s WWF Hasbro Action figures. I actually owned a lot of the figures in the poster above (at least the ones that were available). An artist by the name of Jason Wulf has recently been creating cards/posters of some of the classic and recent WWF/WWE superstars in their Hasbro Action Figure stance. In the case of recent superstars, he imagines what they would like look if they were in classic action figure form. Makes me want to start a petition to bring back these figures. Anyways, check out these amazing pieces of art work and really appreciate how true to detail they are. Find more here…http://jasonwulf.deviantart.com/gallery/26928887?offset=0
It’s once again time to rumble…. Well, actually yesterday was time to rumble as the WWE put on it’s annual battle royal style pay-per-view known as the Royal Rumble. Don’t tell me who won, I PVR’d it. The Royal Rumble has been a January tradition dating back to 1988 when the first Rumble was won by Hacksaw Jim Duggan in Hamilton, Ontario, Canada. For hardcore wrestling fans and casual fans alike, this is the most entertaining event the WWE puts on (outside of WrestleMania). The pay-per-view centers around it’s main event in which 2 wrestlers start in the ring, every 90 seconds a new wrestler enters until 30 men have entered the match. You eliminate opponents by throwing them over the top rope and both feet must touch the floor. Last man standing is the winner and gets a championship match at WrestleMania. I’ve seen every Royal Rumble match in history. Growing up I would rent the VHS tapes from my local video rental store (hey, remember when store’s rented movies). My personal favorite Rumbles …
It’s a question that nobody asked…what if the NFL team logos were fat? Presumably I imagine the question/idea came about when reviewing the weight of the average NFL fan. And for some strange reason, David Rappoccio answered this question. With winter the corner, we all could use a little extra weight to keep us warm.