This awesome Finn and Jake chair was created by Redditor reallylovely, who spotted the old, yet still sturdy chair at an antique shop and immediately recognized its potential resemblance to our favorite post-apocalyptic human boy:

"I cleaned, sanded, primed then painted the design with acrylics. I also added a few coats of glow-in-the-dark paint to his hood and his socks. Then I sealed it about four times. For the seat, I used felt, and hand-embroidered the details of Jake’s face. For the dream bubble, I used a small piece of Adventure Time printed fabric which I bought online. After this photo was taken, I added a clear plastic layer to the seat to protect the design and allow it to actually be used as a chair (but I mostly made it as art)."

Here’s hoping that Adventure Time-themed furniture restoration becomes a trend.
[via Neatorama]

This awesome Finn and Jake chair was created by Redditor reallylovely, who spotted the old, yet still sturdy chair at an antique shop and immediately recognized its potential resemblance to our favorite post-apocalyptic human boy:

"I cleaned, sanded, primed then painted the design with acrylics. I also added a few coats of glow-in-the-dark paint to his hood and his socks. Then I sealed it about four times. For the seat, I used felt, and hand-embroidered the details of Jake’s face. For the dream bubble, I used a small piece of Adventure Time printed fabric which I bought online. After this photo was taken, I added a clear plastic layer to the seat to protect the design and allow it to actually be used as a chair (but I mostly made it as art)."

Here’s hoping that Adventure Time-themed furniture restoration becomes a trend.

[via Neatorama]

Adventure Time + decorating Easter eggs = Eggventure Time!

Oh my glob!

The creative folks at HalloweenCostumes.com created ten adorable Adventure Time egg costumes that anyone can download and print to create their very own Ovo-Candy Kingdom. We love that Finn’s costume includes a tiny Jake hanging out in his breast pocket.

Click here for the free download.

[via That’s Nerdalicious!]

Adventure Time, c’mon grab your friends, we’ll go to an awesome Adventure Time art show!

Gallery1988 and Cartoon Network are hosting an Adventure Time-themed group art show from April 3rd through April 6, 2014 at Gallery1988 (West) featuring work by over 65 different artists.

Pictured here are pieces by Stephen Andrade, Nicole Gustafsson, Cuddly Rigor Mortis, Audrey Pongracz and Brad Hill respectively.

This exhibit is RSVP only. Email the gallery at rsvpgallery1988@gmail.com to attend.

[via Gallery1988]

Oh my Glob! Gaze upon the geektastic glory of this custom-made Adventure Time deck for Magic: The Gathering. Made by a friend of Redditor The_Stoney_Badger, this is easily one of the most spectacularly geeky gaming projects we’ve ever seen and we love it.

Look closely and you’ll see that each Adventure Time character was painstakingly paired with a card whose printed description perfectly suits that particular character. It’s an amazing pairing.

Click here for additional photos.

[via Nerd Approved]

Adventure Time + Doctor Who = Super Awesome
Relentlessly cheerful artist James Hance (previously featured here) painted this incredible “Adventure Timey-Wimey” mural on his 9-year-old daughter Maddy’s wall. From the Gunter Daleks to the BMO TARDIS to the Ice King as a Weeping Angel, it’s almost unbearably wonderful.
But wait, it gets even better because the whole concept was Maddy’s to start with:

"She had the idea for an Adventure Time / Doctor Who crossover, and had all the characters mapped out (You can see where I get my ideas from!)"

Prints of this awesome mash-up are currently available via James Hance’s website.
[via io9]

Adventure Time + Doctor Who = Super Awesome

Relentlessly cheerful artist James Hance (previously featured here) painted this incredible “Adventure Timey-Wimey” mural on his 9-year-old daughter Maddy’s wall. From the Gunter Daleks to the BMO TARDIS to the Ice King as a Weeping Angel, it’s almost unbearably wonderful.

But wait, it gets even better because the whole concept was Maddy’s to start with:

"She had the idea for an Adventure Time / Doctor Who crossover, and had all the characters mapped out (You can see where I get my ideas from!)"

Prints of this awesome mash-up are currently available via James Hance’s website.

[via io9]

Adventure Time + Twin Peaks = Super Awesome
Kate Willaert created this fantastic mash-up of two of our favourite things. Anything is possible inside the Black Lodge.
Here’s what she says about it:

Cosmic owls are not what they seem.
2013 was the year I finally got around to watching Twin Peaks and Adventure Time. After watching them back to back with mentalguyart and yutrzenika, we couldn’t help but start drawing parallels between the two. mentalguyart and I have decided to do a series of occasional AT/TP mash-up images.

We can’t wait to see more of this awesome series.

Adventure Time + Twin Peaks = Super Awesome

Kate Willaert created this fantastic mash-up of two of our favourite things. Anything is possible inside the Black Lodge.

Here’s what she says about it:

Cosmic owls are not what they seem.

2013 was the year I finally got around to watching Twin Peaks and Adventure Time. After watching them back to back with mentalguyart and yutrzenikawe couldn’t help but start drawing parallels between the two. mentalguyart and I have decided to do a series of occasional AT/TP mash-up images.

We can’t wait to see more of this awesome series.

Reblogged from katewillaert

Sunnyvale, CA-based artist Hoang Tran (previously featured here) continues to create so many awesome pop culture-based crayon sculptures that we can’t help but share some more. Last time we featured crayon sculptures of Adventure Time characters. Today we’re treated to carved and painted pieces from Doctor Who, Spirited away, Star Wars, Hellboy, The Sandman, and sweet little BMO (who was still a work in progress last time).

Visit Hoang’s Tumblr site, Wax Nostalgic, to check out many more crayon sculptures. He also has some available for purchase via his Etsy shop, CarvedCrayons.

[via Design Fetish]

Simply watching Adventure Time is often enough to make us hungry for sweets, but now we have an actual edible Candy Kingdom to tantalize our tastebuds. This mouthwateringly awesome Gingerbread Candy Kingdom was made by Redditor IHaveAFluffyCat (who actually does have an adorable fluffy cat).

The amount of time, effort, and candy that went into this work of edible art is amazing. It’s beautifully detailed from top to bottom, but we’re particularly impressed by the Gumball Guardians, whose sugar glass heads contain real gumballs.

Click here to see a complete gallery of step-by-step process photos.

[via Reddit]