The best new trend in fan art will have you reaching for a needle and thread

Fan artists have always been resourceful, taking their passions to any medium available to them — from painting to digital art to screen printing, and cross-stitching.

Man creates dinosaurs. Dinosaurs eat man. Woman inherits the earth… then makes Jurassic Park fan art.


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Maybe the Ghostbusters should’ve thought of a nice throw pillow of the Stay Puff Marshmallow man, not the man himself.


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Stitch my name.


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Old school art for an old school game, with a positive message!


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Hey! Listen! Even Navi wouldn’t be able to complain or offer advice about this piece.


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From a non-linear, non-projective viewpoint, it’s more like a big ball of wibbly-wobbly, timey-wimey…. threads.


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That means it’s time to huddle peacefully inside by the fire making more fan art, and not worry about every character you love dying, right? Right?


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This one could easily be stitched onto a jacket, making your everyday cosplay game strong. Or, you know, wear it as a sign of rebellion against a post-apocalyptic, domineering government. Your choice.


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Swish and flick? More like over and under, am I right? (And yes, I know that this one’s not technically cross-stitch, but it’s too cute not to include.)


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