Comic Book Artist Creates A Tattoo That Comes to Life With An Interactive App

We’ve seen some pretty rad 3d tattoos, but this one adds a whole new dimension. Created by Australian comic book artist Sutu, the tattoo features an augmented reality that can be revealed with the help of an app powered by Boomcore technology. The tattoo looks like a regular comic book character, but through the lens of the app it comes alive! Swirls of color radiate from the object in the little guy’s hand. The future of body art just got really exciting.

Avenger’s Fan Designs & Creates His Very Own Iron Man Glove, Complete With A Laser That Can Burn Wood

Let’s face it, super heroes are flipping awesome! We all imagine what it would be like if we could have some of their powers, but one serious fan did more than just wish. Patrick Priebe has created an Iron Man glove with aluminum ejections and a laser that can actually burn wood shooting from the palm. Complete with sound effects and a lower-powered laser that fires from the knuckles, Priebe’s creation is a Marvel fan’s dream come true. He created the glove to celebrate the upcoming release of the newest movie, Avengers: Age of Ultron.

Comic Book Heroes As Native American Traditional Art

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Native American artist Jeffrey Veregge, a member of the Port Gamble S’Klallam Tribe who is also of Suquamish and Duwamish tribal ancestry, puts a modern twist on traditional art by creating this series of comic book heroes. Veregge grew up on a reservation near Kingston, Washington called Little Boston where he, like most boys, developed a love for superheroes and toys, but also for traditional art. Combining his passions for comic books, TV, and film with his artistic talents (an honors graduate from the Art Institute of Seattle) and Native perspective, Veregge’s minimalist designs perfectly represent each character.