With great TV marathons, comes great fangirling.
These gorgeous bottles designed by artist Ruby Spark , perfectly capture the essence of your favorite baddies and will leave you wishing they were real.
These disturbing images created by DeviantART user Tohad — for his “BADASS” series — might just destroy your childhood.
Graphic designer Van Orton created beautiful stained glass-style art inspired by some of our favorite movies.
The talking dog is dead, but not forgotten.
While we all know what bronies are, many people remain unaware of the existence of the “brogre,” or Shrek fans. While the fascination with the green, Scottish accented creature may seem odd, well, it is, brogres are not daunted in showing their love of Shrek through their art.
Okay if this isn’t part of a future installment of Kingdom Hearts there’s no justice. Artist George Kalache matched each lady in his “Damsel Dossier” to an archetype that fit her personality.
So much more personal than the traditional red and white. Artist JonathanJo figured each Pokemon was unique and needed a home to reflect their personalities.
Digital artist Isabella Morawetz has captured some of the most emotionally intense moments from the show. You can find more of her prints here.
Because he rocks these frocks and he’ll cut a bitch who thinks otherwise. When Disney acquired Marvel, David J Prokopetz commissioned the artists of Tumblr to make Logan feel right at home.
Say Hello To Disney’s “Kill Team Princess”. Artist Johnni Kok depicts some of Disney’s favorite heroines as mercenaries instead.
Halloween is for everyone. After tackling what Disney Princesses would wear, Isaiah Stevens turned his attention to the rest of the ladies.
Gentlemen, you’ve been holding out on us. Artist Stjepan Sejic proves ladies don’t mind cheesecake as long as we get a slice too.
Time and Relative Dimension in Sexiness.
Never has bald been more beautiful. Can you guess who’s who?
This is art fit for the halls of Rivendell. Artist Jian Guo uses digital art to mimic the artistry of old world stained glass and results speak for themselves.
They were all so young, so carefree, so not dead. Artist Patrick Ballesteros has a real knack for capturing the spirit of childhood on paper.
Learning about nature is fun and traumatizing! Artist and illustrator A. Stiffler may have accidentally found their life calling.
These ladies are looking fine in some gender neutral duds. Artist Haruki Godo proves you don’t have to put a princess in a gown.
What happens when Princesses stop being nice, and start getting real? “Pocket Princesses” is the brainchild of artist Amy Mebberson and reads like Real World: Childhood Edition.
Artist Scott Wade depicts the four most recent Avatars in the style of Alphonse Mucha’s “Four Seasons”.
Sometimes it’s hard to tell the difference. If it doesn’t contain Hitler, it probably has ponies.
Even the ladies of Disney can’t resist the call of a mad man in blue box. Artist Karen Hallion mostly leaves which Doctor to your imagination.
Seriously Disney, turn this into a show…or else. Rubén returns to Disney University with a new crop of college kids.
By order of the Secret Police. Please read this wonderful story written by Teri Pops and illustrated by Nazi Nurse three times a night until the blood moon passes.
It’s the little details that really push them over the edge into nightmare territory. For over five years, artist Jeffrey Thomas has been working his way through the roster for his Twisted Disney series.
Use these handy diagrams to decide! Tumblr artist Baker took three popular versions of the British detective — Granada circa 1984, Robert Downey Jr. circa 2009, and BBC circa 2011 — and illustrated the differences.
N is for Neville: Badass Snake Killer. Tumblr user Harry Potter’s Mum nailed it.
As if the Dark Knight and his villains weren’t scary enough already. Artist Justin Currie not only created a look for this universe, he was kind enough to write character bios.
Pokemayan, if you will. Mona Robot uses the ancient stylization of Mayan culture to evolve Pokemon into mesmerizing art.