Friday, December 18, 2015

Boss Vaderos Maximas by DrilOne (Darth Vader x Mad Max Fury Road FTW)

Forgot I never posted this!

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Thank you to whom ever purchased my Vader Helmet! #DKE #thankyou #artlife

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"Boss Vaderus Maximus" by DrilOne (www/ is a customized 1:1 scaled Darth Vader replica helmet, up for purchase at Designer Con, via DKE Toys. It is righteous bad-ass.

Wednesday, November 18, 2015

FURIOSA by The Mark Ultra

Furiosa!! Available this weekend at #dcon #DKE booth 812

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FURIOSA by Mike Kirchoff AKA The Mark Ultra are hand cast and painted 3.75" tall carded figures, each priced at US$45 (tax included). Edition of 30pcs, they will be available at Designer Con 2015 (Nov 21-22) - DKE Toys' booth #812.

#themarkultra @ / Instagram @themarkultra / Twitter @markultra

Soon #dcon #DKE #dealwithdov

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Saturday, November 7, 2015

Joey Spiotto for #Storytime2

Artist Joey Spiotto creates faux children book covers featuring characters from pop culture, movies and comics, depicted as children in play and having fun, and they are delightfully awesome. Launching his "Storytime 2" solo show at Gallery 1988 (East), his designs are now available to purchase online as (sized 8 x 10 inches) giclee prints … these two are specifically MAD MAX themed, with both and Little Miss Furosia and The Little Road Warriors each priced at US$35 per (limited edition of 50 / signed and numbered on back of print)

Thursday, July 23, 2015


Tuesday, June 30, 2015

Mad Max Fury Road x One Piece style V8 by Takumi


Posted by Takumi on Sunday, June 28, 2015

Mad Max Fury Road x One Piece style V8 from Takumi FTW!

Tuesday, June 23, 2015

The Fast and the Furiosa by Dan Hipp

"The Fast and the Furiosa" illustrated by Dan Hipp is the awesome.

Wednesday, June 10, 2015

#JUNEkyard sketches by valleyDweller (#MonthofMax for #AlphaSketch)

"So I've been going through the English alphabet with an ink drawing for each letter, each month, switching the theme. I couldn't resist doing 26 Mad Max: Fury Road fan art pieces. Other than #AlphaSketch, I've been trying to come up with a hashtag for each series, and this one is month six, so I'm filing these under #JUNEkyard.

Most are done during my commute to or from work, stuck on the train for an hour. I sometimes sneak in some polish time during lunch or at home. They're all 6x6" bristol with Pentel brush pen and correction fluid pens."
-shared Jeremy Dale AKA valleyDweller (Artwork featured here today are the first 7; A to G).
We've previously seen Jeremy's works featured for #Inktober 2014 and his custom works, and I am utterly jazzed that he had chosen to initiate drawing themes for himself with this!

Wednesday, June 3, 2015

Mad Mad Fury Road: George Miller Tribute by Elvin Ching

"My tribute to one of the greatest movies ever and to its director, George Miller, a true visionary storyteller." - shared Elvin Ching (Higher-res version viewable here on DeviantART).

Tuesday, June 2, 2015

FUROSIA by Andrew Tarusov #fanart

FUROSIA by Moscow-based freelance artist Andrew Tarusov ( / Instagram @askandy / Twitter @tarrusov). Also check out my post on #iLikeTeeVee where he illustrates the ladies from "Game of Thrones" as "Pin-Up Girls"!

"Octave Species" Mad Max-tribute vehicle from Stormbrush #fanart

Octave species- tribute to mad max

Posted by Stormbrush on Monday, June 1, 2015

Thursday, May 28, 2015

Mad Max Name Generator

...just call me "Master Dealgood" ... :p

Keh Choon Wee Does Mad Max Fury Road

Artworks by local artist Keh Choon Wee featuring denizens of Fury Road "Furiosa" (above), "Nux" and "The Vuvalinis" (the rock-n-roll grannies on motorbikes!) - done for the Mad Max Fury Road contest on Art Jammers SG on Facebook. Caught the movie yesterday, loved it to bits! Here's hoping K makes these fanart into prints or include it in his annual sketchbook!

Wednesday, May 27, 2015

Start your engines…

I don't know how to adequately describe watching Mad Max Fury Road … it's like having a part of the gnawing emptiness I feel within me suddenly flooded with tears of salvation, drowning in joyous aplomb, back of the neck since branded with a smiley face by an invisible red hot poker, hence redeeming whatever lost hope I had of my reel soul.

On this day, I start thee madmaxwww, to share my joy(s) with fellow survivors out there … Start your engines…