Posts Tagged ‘art’

Because there are no guns in the city, you might need to hack things into weapons.
Find out more about Coby Kennedy’s work here

via Brooklyn Artist Turns Street Signs into Post Apocalyptic Weapons | Junkculture.

Designer chiu chih created this visionary ‘voyage on the planet’ project that imagines life on a planet with deteriorating air quality and a changed landscape.

Go here to see all the photos: chiu chih’s survival kit for the ever-changing planet.



via Wocka Wocka-ing Dead by ~Durkinworks on deviantART.





via UndeadTeds.

UndeadTeds are repurposed soft toys transformed into fluffy, bloody horrors to keep you awake at night.

Finally, someone is putting stuffed animals to good use! These are really awesome.

This Valentine UndeadTed has torn his own heart out and wants you to have it. How sweet. £59. Shipping is free in the UK. [LINK]  SOLD


Another UndeadTed with a chewed-off face (seems to be a lot of it going around)
This little fella is clutching a blood stained sack containing… Oh I’m not sure I want to know.
£39.  Shipping is free in the UK. [LINK]  SOLD



Sweet Tooth is a comic series by Jeff Lemire. People (and by people, I mean reviewers) like to call this “Mad Max meets Bambi” or “Mad Max with antlers”.

It’s set in a post-apocalyptic world where all babies born are an animal-human hybrid. The series focuses on one such child, named Sweet Tooth by the  enigmatic bounty hunter/badass/savior Jeppard, an ex-hockey player whose mission in this new world unfolds throughout.


The story is a nice twist on the  post-apocalyptic theme. There’s a sickness that decimates the population but not only that, all new babies born are animal hybrids.  Scientists and militia become the enemy in this world, harming women & children for the sake of finding  a cause and a cure. Unlikely men and women become heroes. The characters are scarred and imperfect with deeply emotional histories that they bring to their survival mode.  The post-apocalyptic vision here is gritty and full of distrust and danger ,yet there is hope found throughout.