If you’re an A.V. Club reader, you probably share our general cynicism for promotional nonsense. People trying to sell you things is never not going to contain a whiff of unpleasantness, like someone just just farted and then tried to bottle it and sell it to you as “People-B-Gone” protection.
Selected highlights from the Klimowski Poster Book, a new collection by the Anglo-Polish graphic artist, whose radical, eye-catching designs draw on 20th century art movements and his Eastern European heritage.
Alex Solis continues to marvel us with his clever series Icons Unmasked. The witty cartoon-style portraits reveal the unknown “identities” of famous characters in pop culture, and their costumed alter-egos might surprise you.
In the small fishing town of Ísafjörður, Iceland, an exciting development in road safety has just popped up – almost literally. A new pedestrian crossing has been painted that appears to be 3D by way of a cleverly-detailed optical illusion.
The Commodore 64—a renowned 8-bit home computer system that debuted in 1983—may be approaching antique status at 34 years old, but one enthusiast has seen fit to make sure it doesn’t get left out of the VR craze.
Picture the USA in late 1997, but with less boy bands and more post-apocalyptic desolation. That’s exactly how Simon Stålenhag envisioned The Electric State, his upcoming latest installment to an impressive streak of successful artbooks, and we’re completely lost in how fascinating it turned out.