Thursday, December 29, 2011

Two fantastic websites



The above images (a chart of Michael Meyers kills, a Muppet version of the Sistine Chapel's "Creation of Adam" ceiling fresco, and "Aliens vs. Predator Babies") are from an excellent website I just discovered called Popped Culture, which specializes in clever crossover-fusion imagery collected from various sources. I warn you that it's possible to spend hours browsing this site (as is the case with all the best stuff on the web). While I'm ruining your productivity I'd also like to recommend Retronaut ("The past is a foreign country. This is your passport.") which is a wonderful, poignant repository of obscure images from previous decades and centuries (like these 1940s technical cutaway drawings).

Bonus geek cheesecake (from Popped Culture):

3 comments:

Johnny Sweatpants said...

Thanks for posting Jordan! Damn, you weren't kidding. I've been scouring Popped Culture all morning. My favorite discovery thus far has to be this robo-version of Kraftwerk's Man Machine album featuring 3P0, Gort, The Terminator and Robocop. (I've been really into Robocop lately.)

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

Both of those sites are great. I often find many things to reblog because it's all just so cool. I appreciate all the gems they post.

Cal's Canadian Cave of Coolness said...

It's good that we can bring these quality blogs to people's attention.