Nerdist was started by Chris Hardwick and has grown to be a many headed beast.

 

Nerdist News: From the Jim Henson Creature Shop!

more

Nickelodeon + Nostalgia = Artistic Gold

If you’re in the Los Angeles area (or environs) and were a child of the 80s and 90s, you’ll most certainly want to check out the new art exhibit opening… more

Comic Book Day: Catching Up with Amanda Conner

Based on her artwork alone, I was predisposed to like Amanda Conner. From her work Painkiller Jane to Power Girl to Before Watchmen: Silk Spectre, the writer/illustrator clearly has… more

Nerdist Podcast: John de Lancie

The very talented John de Lancie sits down with the guys to talk about his role as Jane’s father on Breaking Bad, starting his career in the theater, his… more
 

Comic Book Day: Digital DIY with deviantART’s Angelo Sotira

Since its humble beginnings as a computer skinning community in 2000, deviantART has evolved into one of the biggest online enclaves of artists, designers, cosplayers, and illustrators, with over 25… more

The Collection: Pacino, Woody, Bruce Willis, and a Mind-Bending Music Video

Nerdist.com’s new repository of randomness, The Collection, is back with another pile of good stuff that kinda stacked up in the corner of this place while we were busy…. more

Kotobukiya Commander Shepard Statue Giveaway

Kotobukiya make a huge selection of high-quality statues from your favorite comics, movie, and video game titles. They create pieces of art from both Marvel and DC, including Justice League… more
 

The Mutant Season #71: Matt Kennedy

Matt Kennedy, art curator for La Luz de Jesus Gallery, comes on the show to talk about what a curator does, different types of art, and comic books! Check out… more

Penny Arcade Looks for the Next Great Web Cartoonist

[youtube http://www.youtube.com/watch?v=zUScIuxZE90&w=615&h=346] Fans of web comics are no doubt aware of Penny Arcade, the powerhouse three-panel strip that… more

8-Bit Lit at NerdMelt

Calling all gamers and book-dorks in the Los Angeles area! Meltdown Comics and the NerdMelt Showroom have an awesome art gallery opening this Saturday: 8 Bit Lit brings together video… more
 

Nerdist Exclusive: “Oz the Great and Powerful” Midnight IMAX Print Debut

Fans excited to see Sam Raimi’s Oz the Great and Powerful in IMAX at 12:01 am on March 8th (or, the midnight after the 7th) will get an extra… more

Pickstarter: Hatter M, 3D Printing Pen, and a Batman Fan Doc

This week in Pickstarter, we’re taking a look at the adventures of Wonderland Royal Guardsman Hatter M, 3D printing in a whole new way, and a documentary about the positive… more

Get a “Bad Droid” T-Shirt Saturday

So, you know Dana Lechtenberg’s work from this here site, since he’s done so much of the artwork for the Nerdist Podcast and other podcasts (lately, he’s been doing some… more
 

The Playboy Mansion: A Nerd in Hugh Hefner’s Court

Being a writer in the nerd sphere of things has its advantages. Last month, a group of my colleagues got to ride in a tank with Arnold Schwarzenegger as he… more

The Art Of “Chris Hardwick: Mandroid”

The DVD and CD release of Chris Hardwick: Mandroid, the expanded, unexpurgated version of Chris’ Comedy Central special, is coming up on Tuesday (January 22nd), and while we wait (although… more

Web Of Art

I have to show this off, because a) they’re cool and b) the artist’s name is close to mine, although, as far as I know, we’re not related. Michael Anthony… more
 

An Unexpected Pair of Posters from Olly Moss

Yon can spruce up the walls of your hobbit-hole with a pair of The Lord of the Rings posters from artist extraordinaire Olly Moss. We would have expected a Hobbit-themed… more

Figures & Speech: Sculptor Spotlight on Hector Arce

Every good toy or collectible statue begins with a great sculpt, though with the toy market under financial strain, that’s becoming less and less true, as lines start to rely… more

Mondo Monsters of the Universal Kind

Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas, is nearly always cranking out some new, limited-edition artwork that we’re never able to get our hands on  (following them on Twitter and playing close… more
 

See Pop Culture Day Of The Dead Dioramas and Icons On Wood At L.A.’s iam8bit

Coupla nerd-friendly art shows coming up here in L.A. from our friends at iam8bit, whose exhibitions we’ve featured before, so I thought I’d give you a heads-up in case… more

Exclusive Look at the 2013 Women of Geekdom Calendar

Did you ever have difficult appreciating the Sports Illustrated Swimsuit Calendar, knowing that the models involved would never likely talk to you in real life, and even if they did… more

EXCLUSIVE: This “Pacific Rim” Poster Will Mecha Your Day

TGIThursday, everyone! While it’s not quite the weekend yet, we’re still about to have us some fun with exclusive new art from Guillermo Del Toro’s upcoming robots-versus-kaiju epic Pacific Rim. … more
 

The Living Building

This video’s been going around for about a week, but it’s still pretty cool if you haven’t seen it yet: it’s a school building, animated.  Guillaume Reymond produced the video,… more

The Underground Circuit

I’m not sure I need to say anything more than “London tube map on a circuit board,” but that’s exactly what designer Yuri Suzuki, a 2012 Designer in Residence at… more

Awkward Family Un-Seen Photos With Doug and Mike

Awkward Family Photos has been collecting and sharing the very best in inappropriate family pictures for years. Starting today, the guys behind AFP are bringing their excellent taste in bad… more