Debuting in Fallout 3, the Shishkebab is, at its most basic level, a sword made of junk that’s on fire. In honor of the blade’s return in Fallout 4, a fan decided to make a real one. It went terrifyingly well.
Akira Toriyama's iconic style has defined Dragon Ball and its various spinoff properties for years - but these incredible takes on some of the series most nefarious villains by Chinese artist Angus Yi eschew Toriyama's style in favour of some chilling realism.
Yes, while we spent yesterday screaming our heads off and then composing ourselves long enough to pick apart the mysteries of The Force Awakens' first trailer, the artists of the Internet set to work - and have already made some excellent fan art to celebrate the new movie. Here's a look at some of the coolest so far.
We've featured the amazing work of Isaiah Stephens on io9 before, and he continues to deliver some amazing stuff with these decidedly Tron-esque redesigns for the Mighty Morphin' Power Rangers.
Daryl Dixon might just be the most popular thing about The Walking Dead, and Norman Reedus knows it - so he's gathered select bits of his fan's art into a new book.
Brooklyn's Bottleneck Gallery is known for its sales of gorgeous art inspired by games, movies and pop culture - and how hard it is to nab said art before it sells out. Never fear though, as this wonderful new series of Star Wars posters by Matt Ferguson won't - as long as you buy before the end of Sunday, that is.
Yesterday morning, Atlus unveiled a new trailer for the latest game in the supernatural JRPG series Persona, revealing the games' main character. Within a matter of minutes after the reveal, fans celebrated a character they know barely anything about with some wonderful, wonderful art.
Despite making a Meizu phone that looks way too close to the iPhone to be a coincidence, the latest news about Meizu ripping off an artist to pimp their work is off-base. It's true that someone placed Deviant Art artist Lithium Picnic's photo onto a Meizu M8, but it turns out that the image was actually rendered by a…
File this in the realm of totally false (Logitech said "this is definitely made up"), but here's some fan art of a possible Logitech G25 keyboard. It has their EDGE-line stylings, but combines Optimus style changeable display keys with a scrolling circle pad on the left. Yeah, we could see ourselves using something…