Archive for the ‘Art, Design and Illustration’ Category
As you may or may not know I spend a lot of my time making video games. And I have just finished off my latest game called BioTerror.
BioTerror is the first part of a trilogy that takes brainwashed super soldier Hank Damage on a mission to rescue the President’s daughter from Zombies. Hank is forced by his former commander to go deep into the junge and rescue the girl against seemingly insurmountable odds.
But this is only the beginning for Hank, as when he returns to the good old USA things become complicated.
You can read all about it here.
And play it here for FREE!
This Zombie poster from FreakingAweso.me is freaking awesome. It’s text art using titles from 978 zombie movies, books and video games. The poster (if you want it at a resonable size) is pretty pricey but it would be nice to have some Zom Art on the walls that isn’t the usual movie poster. Not that seeing Dr. West every morning when I wake up is a bad thing, it puts me in the right frame of mind for the day I feel.
Although not strictly about Zombies it does contain Undead Nazis, Gore, Torture, Skeletons, Mass Graves, Genocide, War Crimes, Miniature Soldiers, Mutants and Zombies. It is of course “Hell” and its successor “Fucking Hell” by Jake and Dinos Chapman. One of my favourite pieces of modern art and inspiration to an upcoming video game project of mine (upcoming in that I started it five years ago and it still isn’t finished).
Due to a big fire at its storage facility, which thankfully burnt some of Tracey Emin’s useless rubbish, “Hell” was ironically burnt to death. Fortunately it was resurrected some years later by its creators under the name “Fucking Hell”.
The work contains thousands of miniature soldiers performing some of the most worstest things you could possibly imagine. But don’t take my word for it, see it for yourself. Enjoy!
Video of Hell
Interview with Mark Kermode
Check out these awesome, soft plush Zombies. They were created for some art thing but we enjoy them as super skilfully made fluffy dead things:
And if you can’t be bothered to visit New York to cuddle these decapitated beauts then we very much recommend the ThinkGeek Plush Zombie. Do remember to always buy more than one because you can’t have a living dead invasion with just one plush zombie, what sort of a soft and fluffy life threating situation would that be?