Ever wonder exactly what the skeletal system of a gummy bear is really like? How do they manage to pick things up with those tiny little hands that just seem to appear on the end of their stubby little arms?
Ever wonder what you’re really eating when you pop an unsuspecting little bear into your mouth?
I always wondered too. Which is why, when I stumbled across the Gelaskins site in the hopes of finding a colorful bit of quasi “armor” for my mac laptop last year, I didn’t think twice before purchasing “Anatomie Gummi Bär” by Jason Freeny. It didn’t stop there though.
I was charmed by “Underworld” by Colin Thompson and had to have it for my iPod. I even went so far as to purchase “Tales from a Tin Can” by Brian Despain as an actual print to hang on my wall. Happily, I didn’t have to break the bank in order to see all the great works of art I found on Gelaskins, because in addition to selling protective covering that goes on almost any electronic thing you can think of (Including that Les Paul Guitar for your Guitar Hero) you can also feature your favorite works of art right on your Facebook page, which is a great way to showcase your eclectic tastes to the world. A small sample of what I’ve got on mine:
So why all the fuss now? Because Gelaskins now has added:
both of which feature my favorite “Pin” reference – Burton’s Pin Cushion Queen, and Page … The Pin-Up Queen. See if you can tell which is which:
For more great images that you can use and re-use over and over again, from all the great artists mentioned above as well as many others, visit http://www.gelaskins.com/
And if nothing in the Gelaskins gallery appeals to you … upload your own photo! Or the logo of your favorite new website perhaps?