Fan Art Fridays: Paramore

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Paramore is back with some new music this week!

Their new song and music video “Hard Times” was released on Wednesdays, and Paramore fans are super stoked. So many things have changed about the band since their self-titled album came out in 2013. Hayley Williams got married, she died her hair blonde (loving it!), Zac Farro left for his solo project HalfNoise, and now he’s back!

So much excitement going on here!

In honor of this, enjoy a piece of Paramore fan art I found on Deviant Art by KoRniszonka. It features a 2012 version of the band, which included Hayley, Jeremy, and Taylor.

Oh, how times have changed.

Be sure to check out the original fan art on Deviant Art and watch “Hard Times” below!

Fan Art Fridays: Rabbids

Since the Easter bunny is taking over this weekend, I thought it might be nice to give a different rabbit, or should I say Rabbids, some attention before then.

Rabbids are the French alien-rabbit stars of Nickelodeon’s Rabbids Invasion. They’re super weird and they get into all sorts of trouble, making them hilarious to watch.

Enjoy this fun piece of fan art by bschulze of a seemingly confused Rabbid staring down at a rabbit. Found on Deviant Art, I love how simple and witty this piece is!

Check out one of my fave scenes from Rabbids Invasion:

Fan Art Fridays: Emma Stone & Ryan Gosling

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Or should I say Emma Stone and Jacob Staudenmaier?!

Promposal season seems to be off to a delightful start after Ryan Gosling’s doppelganger Jacob Staudenmaier asked Emma Stone to prom with a delightful La La Land inspired proposal.

Sadly, she won’t be able to go with Jacob Staudenmaier due to prior engagements in London, as she explained to him in a letter. She lessened the blow by adding “P.S. I do see Gosling around the eyes.”

Let’s just pretend this La La Land Golden Globes moment captured in cartoon form by Daniel Kordek (daekazu) over on Deviant Art is actually of Emma Stone and Jacob Staudenmaier. How amazing are those eyes?!

See more of Daniel Kordek’s work.

Happy 21st Birthday, Liza Koshy!

One of my new favorite YouTubers, Liza Koshy, is finally legal today!

I discovered her a few weeks ago after watching Boo! A Madea Halloween. She played Aday Walker in the film, and her performance was so amazing I had to look her up online. I’ve been hooked on her videos ever since!

To celebrate Liza today, I’m featuring this really cool outline I found on Instagram by tweensoutlines. It was created using Liza’s current YouTube icon. If you’d like her to make one of you, head over to instagram.com/tweensoutlines for instructions in the bio!

Show Liza some 21st birthday love over on her YouTube channel. I guarantee you’ll have a good laugh while checking out her videos.

Fan Art Fridays: Happy Birthday, Jim Parsons

Today our favorite grumpy nerd from The Big Bang Theory turned 44!

Jim Parsons is quite a character, both in and off screen. You’ve gotta love it when an actor’s personality shines through his work.

On honor of his birthday, I’ve decided to feature some fan art I found of the actor by rgbcn over on Instagram. The black and white sketch captures Jim Parsons’ pursed lips perfectly.

Happy Birthday, Jim Parsons! Check out more fan art by rgbcn at www.instagram.com/rgbcn.

Fan Art Fridays: Saoirse Ronan

Happy St. Patrick’s Day! 

In honor of the Irish holiday, I thought it would be fun to feature some fan art of one of my fave actresses of Irish heritage, Saoirse Ronan!
I loved her so much in the film Brooklyn. A co-worker of mine got to see her in the play The Crucible, which I’m super jelly about.

This piece of fan art is by a fellow WordPress blogger Rizza Maruja. You can check out how she made this amazing polygon portrait of the Irish-American actress here!

Fan Art Fridays: Darren Criss

Today I was at work casually listening to the New Music Friday playlist on Spotify when I heard a familiar voice come through my headphones.
The song was “Lost Boys Life” and the artist was Computer Games–a band didn’t know until I Googled them and found out that Darren Criss is one of the members, alongside his brother, Chuck.

Yes. The familiar voice was Darren Criss’. I’m still dumbfounded. I didn’t even know he had a brother!

Anyway, I love the song and the rest of the EP that Computer Games put out this week. In celebration of this discovery, here’s a piece of fan art I found on Pinterest of Darren Criss. I have no clue who created it, but I’m totally digging the sepia feel of it.

Listen to the EP here if you haven’t already!