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Adorable Cat Cosplay Helps Kittens Find Loving Homes

Adorable Cat Cosplay Helps Kittens Find Loving Homes

By Lisa GranshawNovember 26, 2014
It turns out the combination of kittens and cosplay is as adorable as you might expect! Just looking at these two worlds colliding in professional photographer Wendy McKee's kitten series is enough to give us a geeky, cute overload. McKee took her love of cats and passion More  →

Documentary Follows Students Playing Real-Life Quidditch

By Lisa GranshawNovember 24, 2014
The world first learned about the sport of Quidditch in J.K. Rowling’s Harry Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone. As we met Harry Potter and the Wizarding World for the first time, we became fascinated by the sport that required riding on broomsticks and catching the elusi More  →
Documentary Follows Students Playing Real-Life Quidditch

Go Retro With 14 Of The Greatest Console Video Games

By Lisa GranshawNovember 14, 2014
Video games have a long and storied history. As we get excited these days for the latest Xbox and PlayStation consoles or the newest games with the best graphics, it’s fun to remember the games that came before. The ones that these juggernauts have to thank for creating a More  →
Go Retro With 14 Of The Greatest Console Video Games

One Artist's Challenge To Draw 365 Days of Doodles

By Lisa GranshawNovember 13, 2014
Could you challenge yourself to draw something everyday for a whole year? Artist Gabriel Picolo is trying to do just that for a unique challenge he’s calling 365 Days of Doodles. For everyday of 2014, Picolo draws a doodle. He’s been sharing his impressively detailed More  →
One Artist's Challenge To Draw 365 Days Of Doodles

Katie Clark's Colorful Animated Character Paintings Will Make You Smile

By Lisa GranshawNovember 10, 2014
Whether in TV shows, movies, or video games, animated characters come in all shapes and sizes. Often their creative appearances and personalities inspire fan artists to offer their own unique take on the characters. One such artist using watercolors and acrylic oil to breath More  →
Katie Clark's Colorful Animated Character Paintings Will Make You Smile

The Bright Art World Of Regina Legaspi

By Lisa GranshawNovember 6, 2014
You'll see influences from anime and manga to tabletop and video games in the colorful art of Regina Legaspi. Her detailed style uses a color scheme that will immediately draw you into the fantasy and pop culture worlds displayed in her work. Her take on the characters from More  →
The Bright Art World Of Regina Legaspi

Archaeology, Mythology, And Pop Culture Meet In Stunning Illustrations

By Lisa GranshawNovember 6, 2014
From Indiana Jones to Stargate, archaeology has often appeared in pop culture in one way or another. But what happens when pop culture, archaeology, and mythology mix in the art world? Artist Jennifer Cox of Dancing Heron Illustration explores this unique combination an More  →
Archaeology, Mythology, And Pop Culture Meet In Stunning Illustrations

The Monstrously Charming Illustrations Of The Gorgonist

By Lisa GranshawNovember 3, 2014
If you’ve been around the convention scene on the west coast or searched the Internet for charming pop culture and literature inspired art, then you’re probably familiar with The Gorgonist. If you’re not, then prepare to be amazed! Illustrator Robin Kaplan (also know More  →
The Monstrously Charming Illustrations Of The Gorgonist

Spooky And Geeky Jewelry Just In Time For Halloween!

By Lisa GranshawOctober 24, 2014
LuvCherie Jewelry has a tagline that will appeal to every geek: "Subculture with Heart." Their hope is to provide a unique type of jewelry. “I create elegant, whimsical jewelry for girly geeks who love to show off their fandoms and want to add a little happy to their day More  →
Spooky And Geeky Jewelry Just In Time For Halloween!
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Lisa Granshaw

Lisa Granshaw is a freelance writer based in New York City. Her work has appeared on the Daily Dot, TODAY.com, Parents Magazine, The Huffington Post, and more. Follow her on Twiiter: @LisaGranshaw.

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