Fictional Character Propoganda!

IT’S TIME FOR THE DRAWING BOARD. GET. PUMPED. Let’s start this off with last week’s design that will stay on site forever! The winner is….Knight Of The Underworld! The below design was created by Ioannis Hadjikyriakou. Congrats and thanks for an awesome design! And now, for your featured presentation. This week’s theme is Fictional Character Propaganda, and honestly, it’s super badass. I’m too in love with some of these designs. Let’s dive right in! Human Strife, by Jordan Heaver  Right off the bat with some Naruto! I like all the colors in this piece, the purple especially stands out to





Ronda Rousey Told She Can’t Beat Up a Man

Note to self: Never talk shit to a UFC champion.


Vince Vaughn and Co. Create Stock Photos To Promote ‘Unfinished Business’

I’ve gotta admit, I have some stock in this game. Unfinished Business, which comes out this Friday, March 6th, is a film I worked on back in 2013 while I was an intern at Escape Artists. But that doesn’t make this newest promotional effort any less AWESOME. Unfinished Business sees Vince Vaughn, Dave Franco, and Tom Wilkinson take their small business to Europe to compete against a giant company for a contract. The giant company is Vaughn’s former employer, hence the title of the film. To promote the film, Twentieth Century Fox teamed up with iStock by Getty Images to



An Adventure Time movie is in the works from Warner Bros.! ALGEBRAIC!!!


Taco Bell Testing Cap’n Crunch Balls

And they’re filled with milky cream icing.


There Is A Batman Hotel Room With Your Name On It

Bat-signal and Batmobile included. Adulthood sold separately.


Astronomers Discover Black Hole 12 Billion Times Bigger Than Our Sun

Researchers at Peking University have announced the discovery of one of the largest black holes known to science. The black hole, named SDSS J010013.02, is 12 billion times bigger than our sun, and six times bigger than other black holes of equivalent age.


Man Builds ‘Star Wars’ Millennium Falcon Guitar

Doni from Doni’s Custom Guitars has built two Millennium Falcon guitars, and they are pretty awesome!

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Comic Book Heroes Mixed with Mythology!

Hey everyone! Welcome to the first complete edition of The Drawing Board here on the SourceFed website. Like we said last week, we’re really excited about this format and we hope you are too. This week’s theme was Comic Book Heroes Mixed with Mythology. We had some pretty kick ass designs for this so without further ado, LET’S TAKE A LOOK! These first three all come from Ioannis Hadjikyriakou. The Speedy Messenger Well done. The Flash here is running through Centropolis, which, along with the S.T.A.R. temple, are a great couple of nods toward The Flash’s mythology. The circular stitching

The Aftermath Of Hurricane Sandy

The East Coast is still reeling from the destruction that Hurricane Superstorm Sandy caused. A trail of wreckage was left in her wake, mostly in New York and New Jersey, that no one could escape. But some say not all of the damage was avoidable, and city zoning may be to blame.

The most destructive element of Sandy on the coast was her wind-driven wave of water that high tide brought in and submerged low-lying coastal areas in water.

Considering how big she was, damage was not going to be prevented. She was a-comin’ and all we could do is just batten down the hatches and hope your foundations hold. But years of land use decisions and zoning mistakes may have contributed to people and companies building where damage from heavy storms — even weaker than Sandy — was inevitable.

Authorities in New York and New Jersey allowed development at clear at-risk coastal areas with little oversight in recent decades, the equivalent of building a brand-new city in the middle of Tornado Alley. Everyone wants to live on the coast, and the development of coastal properties continued with little, if any, regulation.

On Staten Island alone, over 2,700 buildings were constructed between 1980 and 2008, with city planning and zoning commissions approving the plans, in coastal areas deemed (even back then) at a very high risk of storm surge flooding. Construction happened anyway. Twenty-one people died on the south shore of Staten Island, mostly in bungalows built back in the 80s, but at least two people were living in a major planned community that had been developed in the 1990s.

All twenty-one people were living in the high-risk coastal zone. It’s unknown whether or not any of those people even knew on their own or were notified that they were at risk.

QuestionI don’t really have one. Really, my question is just, “why?”