1. Do you want to code a snowflake? Disney Interactive and Code.org has teamed up to inspire future computer programmers — especially girls — to learn some basic coding skills in a fun, visual way. Head on over to the Frozen Hour of Code to help Anna and Elsa create shapes and patterns on ice using simplified blocks […]
Another day, another art exhibit I’m dying to attend on the west coast. (Srsly. I know NY has some of the best that the art world has to offer, but I freakin’ LOVE the LA art scene!) Galley 1988, which has gotten love on this blog before, is currently showing Storytime: A Little Galley Show by illustrator Joey […]
If It Were Stine is a Tumblr blog dedicated to reimagining classic horror movies, television shows, and video games as R.L. Stine’s popular children’s book series, Goosebumps. Despite having been a junkie for the teen horror genre in my formative years, I wasn’t a big fan of R.L. Stine or the Goosebumps books. I thought they were […]
Honest Video Game Box Art is a Facebook page that edits video game covers to more accurately depict its gameplay, and/or what it does to the people playing it. As you can imagine, it hosts some pretty funny revisions. Here are some of my favorites — the Contra cover has to be my favorite!
When Despicable Me‘s minions collide with the world of Street Fighter, you get these hilariously adorable illustrations by Esty user Minion Me. They are set to appear at the Game Over art show, opening June 18th 2014, at Giant Robot. I can’t decide if I like Chun-Li, Guile, or Cammy the best…but then again, I’ve always had a soft […]