Tag Archives | Characters

…It’s TGI Friday: Cyclomaniacs?

Cyclomaniacs

Cyclomaniacs is a game that you simply must play.

The controls are simple, the levels are endless, there’s a fantastic achievement system that allows you to unlock a ton of characters and extras, and it’s just a blast to play.

Say goodbye to your weekend.

[Cyclomaniacs]

[Via: Zoomdoggle]

…Creebobby Comics has created characters that multiply?

I love this Official Creebobby Comics Archetype Times Table. From Ninja Monsters and Astronaut Zombies to T. Rex Aliens and Vampire Lincoln, Jacob Borshard has covered the entire spectrum of crazy characters, and each one is funny and fantastic:

Creebobby Comics Times Table

[Creebobby Comics]

[Via: FFFFOUND!]

…The Simpsons intro is unknown?

The Simpsons Intro

The opening scene of every Simpsons features a panoramic sweep of the city that reveals many of the characters, yet does so in such a speedy manner that it’s hard to see exactly what’s shown.

Thankfully, with the release of the series on DVD, it’s possible to slow down time, and as Drew Mackie has done, stitch together the into clip into one large image.

What’s interesting is that, despite seeing this clip before every episode, most people (myself included) have never really had a chance to see exactly what’s going on.

[Back Of The Cereal Box – The Simpsons Intro: What You Don’t See]

[Via: Neatorama]

…Tamar Levine documents Hollywood?

Tamar Levine - Michael JacksonTamar Levine takes photos of the strange and interesting people that gather in front of the Chinese Theater in Hollywood, pretending to be famous pop culture characters. (Spider-Man, Michael Jackson, Jack Sparrow, Luke Skywalker, Elvis Presley, Etc.)

Apparently, “these are full-time freelance careers for a fiercely territorial group of eccentrics who often take their celebrity alter-egos with them well after they’ve left Hollywood Blvd”.

Definitely a must see gallery.

[Flickr – Hollywood Blvd. Characters]

[Tamar Levine Photography]

[Via: NOTCOT]

…Good things should never end?

Good Things Should Never End

Let the good times roll with Good Things Should Never End, an unlimited web page from Orange UK.

Featuring an endless supply of interactive characters and smiling silhouettes, GTSNE is a fantastic example of creative web design meats simple graphic design, and the results speak for themselves.

Prepare to get lost…

[Good Things Should Never End]

[Via: Josh Spear]