Artist/photographer Suren Manvelyan has enthralled viewers earlier with stunning close ups of human eyes and animal eyes. For this set, he went towards other species, showing more animal eyes in wondrous detail.
Chinese artist Hu Shaoming, supported by Guangzhou Art Academy set out to show antique and vintage gadgets in a way they have rarely been seen. He collected four objects from four countries: UK, US, Japan and France. These objects were all vintage, a phone from the 1910s, a clock from the ’20s, a camera from […]
Here’s some beautiful and striking concept art from Oz: The Great and Powerful. Opinions for the movie aside, the visual treat it offered can hardly have any detractors. Although seeing the castle did remind us of this. They even have a book complete with concept art from the movie.
These beautifully knit taxidermy heads by Jessica Dance are pretty good to the real deal. In fact, they might be a bit better. The taxidermy heads were created on a commission by The Assembly Network.
A long time ago, in a galaxy far away and in an alternate universe, Star Wars characters lead a very different life for the imagination of Andrea Barkhuizen. Or you know, just moved to our world in some stereotypical settings.
Illustrations by Coran “Kizer” Stone put superheroes together with their alter egos in this series of very nifty illustrations. The series is aptly named Alter Egos.
Artist Denis Medri thought Star Wars would look cool as a series set in High School, and well he seems to have been right on that score. It took the artist a year to develop on the idea, but here it is, all in high school glory and developed exceedingly well.
The female alien makeup and body painting by Michael aka Tauart puts into perspective all that alien boning Captain Kirk did. It might always not be easy to resist. Or maybe we’re just perverts, the judgement could go either way.
Here it is, propaganda for you from the world of Link and Zelda. Be warned though, they follow the perspective of Ganondorf. Available on Etsy.
Being very Batman-like, Illinois State University student Anthony LaGiglia carved this Batman sculpture out of a mound of snow using only a plastic knife from the dining area. It does help that the student is an art major, who decided to spend hours in the chilling cold just so the University could have a vigilante […]