When it comes to “geek spaces” none is more personal than the screens we toil away on, whether for profession, profit, or passion.Declassify >
Sometimes a great piece of visual art can just bring a smile to your face. In this edition of Small Oddities I’ve compiled a few of the pieces that I’ve recently found on DeviantArt, that do just that, so let’s dive in.Declassify >
Minimalism is a movement, especially when it comes to pop culture fan art, be it movie posters, superhero logos, or television show promos. The ability to translate the core concept of a book, movie, show, or idea with the least amount of strokes is captivating.Declassify >
From battles unseen with bombers and comic book room arguments to a humorous character, a library, and three of the most iconic vehicles of 1980’s television, it’s time to look at some standout pieces from deviantArt.Declassify >
Once upon a time, President Woodrow Wilson established National Flag day as June 14th, with a proclamation in 1949. This holiday commemorates the adoption of the flag of the United States and that’s all fine and good, an honorable commemoration if ever there was one, but truth told, my fellow geeks and I often stand under other flags (or banners) besides our national ones.
So, with that in mind, here are just a select few of the many fictional flags/banners that geeks stand under and for.
Let’s take a look…Declassify >