What would some sci-fi movie classics look like as pulp novels? Here are some answers from illustrator Timothy Anderson, who made these awesomely-convincing mock-ups of Blade Runner, Alien, and The Matrix as trashy book covers. Books: check 'em out.
Anderson has more movie-inspired work on his blog, so that's also worth a look, even though you'll inevitably end up disappointed there isn't a cover for Fifth Element rendered as sci-fi erotica. (via!)
On the official Wreck-It Ralph movie Facebook, Disney has revealed some preliminary sketches of the various manifestations John C. Reilly's voice could have taken in the upcoming video game baddie-centric film. As you can see, earlier in development the character was imagined a... / Continue →
Ideal for a nursery, classroom, or anywhere else a Pixar lover might want letters staring out at them as a constant reminder of time spent weeping in a theater, here's a Pixar alphabet from artist Mike Boon (via). Prints are available here, and if you get stuck on who's who, th... / Continue →
Thanks to Vulture, we can now enjoy the recently-inaugurated third season of Louis CK's amazing FX series with a new level of exhausted furrow recognition with the above Louis CK Pain Chart. Kudos to illustrator/paper-doll-maker Kyle Hilton for somehow making this study aid as ... / Continue →