Artist Brad Hill has a very distinct style. He takes some of your favorite pop culture properties and turns them into small, handmade sculptures. Some are very detailed, others are more kid-oriented, but they’re all beautiful, and you’ve got to check them out.
Odds are the toys you loved as a child are gone. Either your parents still have them, someone threw them away or they magically disappeared. Now that you’re grown up though, if you want to relive those memories, a new Mattel art show will let you do just that.
To celebrate The Walking Dead's season 4 premiere, AMC sponsored an art show at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles. Over 75 artists participated, and the results are as mind-blowing as any zombie headshot. Here are our favorites, but you can see them all until the show closes on October 26th (meanwhile, you can…
The great tragedy at the end of Ghostbusters is that all that delicious marshmallow goo went to waste. Sculptor Brad Hill reminds us just how tasty the giant Stay Puft Marshmallow Man would have been with his angry Stay Puft stuffed in a s'more.