My Cover of… is a series of six animations by Kristof Luyckx. All these were made for the graphic festival Beyonderground. These animations/movies were displayed as inbetween animations before the start of various events at the festival. The monster character art is as interesting as the animations themselves. Hit ahead for the videos and the [...]
Cat Beard is the new style that’s sweeping the world!
Makeup artist Katie Alves has some really funky and cool eyelid makeup art to her name. The set we see here shows scenes from Disney movies presented as eyelid makeup. Also, simply because they were too good to pass up, we added Katie’s eyelid art from movies like Lord of the Rings, The Hobbit, How [...]
Taking street art an interactive route, artist Levalet paints them in a way that they do seem to be a part of the street. Most of the wheat paste paintings/illustrations are arranged in a way and present scenes that would be similar to what may be seen in the city itself, or at least not [...]
What’s interesting about beta carotene farms? Apparently, their aerial view. These almost abstract painting-like views happen to be photographs of Beta Carotene captured by Australian photographer Steve Back. Beta Carotene is produced by naturally occurring algae in water, and those red and pink hues are often used in food coloring. The photographs are from the [...]
Daleks have taken the road to fame, seeking it on the silver screen. Illustrations by artist Anthony Naylor aka Tone put Daleks on the posters of well known movies, giving them a chance to take their villainy to the movie world and perhaps find some good in themselves. Or it’s a future where they are [...]
Jeff Bloch, a Police Officer from Kershaw, South Carolina in the USA has a car that is bound to attract attention. Spirit of LeMons as it is called, was built by the officer and his friends by combining an abandoned Cessna aircraft and a Toyota van. The ride now is 27-foot long, looks like an [...]
Hungarian photographer Flora Borsi created this set as an imagination of what people in classic paintings would look like, if those paintings were photorealistic. The world would be a funny place, and the human race a weird one if people like these actually did exist, or maybe they would be the X-Men.
Animating in the early days of its technology wasn’t an easy job to do, as animators would use a Rotoscope to draw over a live action film. A tedious job, and one not so easily accomplished. These photographs show how some of the early Disney animated movies like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and Cinderella came [...]
Photographer Yu Yamauchi spent 600 days living in a hut near the summit of Mount Fuji, and got up early every day to take a photograph of the rising sun from the top of the mountain! The photographs as you would expect, are lovely. In fact, they are better than lovely, it’s almost a different [...]