The Last Stand is a totally addicting shooter game. Set in a bleak, 28 Days Later-esque setting, you must survive against hordes of zombies each night, craving to eat your brains! But you can search for other survivors and weapons to help you in your last ditch effort.
It’s a relatively simple idea, but the execution and art make this truly a fun game to play. There are wide variety of weapons to choose from, my favorite being the hunting rifle, and then the shotgun. The are also a ton of different types of zombies, like priests, cops, grandmas, brutish cheerleaders, army guys and even a clown. Sadly the game is quite short, but it is free, so hopefully they’ll make a sequel to it soon!
Pietari Posti is a Finnish born illustrator currently working in Barcelona. I found his work through Poketo where he had a few wallets on sale, though sadly they’re all sold out. His work reminds me a lot of Ashley Wood, though with a lot more amazing colors, but less gratuitous tit shots. He also has a shop where you can order any of his pieces from his site. I love that you’re free to order anything, instead of the usual 2 or 3 pieces on most artist’s sites.
I put a few more of the pieces I really liked after the cut, so check ‘em out.
I found this picture on Everyone Forever and thought it was amazing. It seems like an easy enough thing to do, but wouldn’t that take a really long time? I mean, there are a lot of planes in that picture. It was taken by a guy known as ‘superlocal’, who has a Flickr account and is a guest blogger for Poketo.
I found him through his Sketchbook Diaries, a day to day retelling of Kochalka’s life through comic format. It was basically all the tiny personal details that a lot of people don’t talk about. That led me to collecting them all, and then stumbling upon Super F*ckers, his “newest” project.
You can got to Top Shelf and preview all of the issues, to give you a sneak peak for what you’re in for (which is basically a lot of cussing and wieners).