Over this past week I’ve been noticing some really great pieces of geek art on my reader. I thought I would use this morning’s post to share those, and give the artists who created them more deserving attention of their work.

“Doctor-Hoo”

Doctor-Hoo

This one is a t-shirt design available on Threadless.com, and created by artist Mallory Dyer. It’s called “Doctor-Hoo,” and it’s based off a great looking painting she did. You can view it here on her DeviantArt.com gallery. I thought it was pretty clever, and, honestly, I would rather beat you senseless with a bag full of midgets then have to explain it to you. So I think I’ll just move on.

X-Muppets

X-Muppets

This one is a weird combination of funny and bad-ass. “X-Muppets” was created by deviant art user Rahzzah. Also check out his “Black Shirt Boogie” illustration.

 

Lil’ Star Wars Characters

Lil' Star Wars Character Art

This one was created by Mikey Doodles (Is that his real name?). He created 65 of these characters, but he says on his site he wants to get a 100 done. I hope he does. These look great, and I’d like to see more of these (like Wuher!).

 

The Hutt-tress

The Hutt-tress

This one I spotted on Planet-Pulp.com, and it’s by Jeff Agala. Can’t complain about the subject matter… He did a great job on this piece, and I’d like to take some time to see more of his work.

 

Slave Leia

Slave Leia

Say what you will about Jedi (like the Ewoks were the Gungans of the 1980’s), but Princess Leia in the metal bikini was the best thing to happen to science fiction and fantasy… ever! That’s just my two cents. Anyhow, here’s another one from Planet-Pulp (a friggen awesome site), with the same subject matter (hey, you won’t hear any complaints from me). This one was by Brett Parson, and I also spotted this on Deviant Art as well, so you can see it there too. Enjoy!

 

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