Under regular circumstances, if someone were to imagine Mickey Mouse with a skull, we would prepare ourselves to look at a scary version. That’s just a fair bet. As a rule, that part wouldn’t have anything to do with cute, unlike the sculptures we see here.
Putting skills of forced perspective to use, Finnish photographer and illustrator Vesa Lehtimäki aka Avanaut has a set of beautiful images where Star Wars reaches out for our planet. The photographer used toys for photography in the real world, and with a bit of perspective, actually managed to make them look like full scale objects out for action.
Popular TV shows and movies take to the cover of Little Golden Tales books for kids in an art show featuring several artists on Gallery Nucleus. Several of these are as unforgettable as the books themselves, which makes it all quite the combination.
The warring lords of Westeros need to recruit soldiers for their armies. Propaganda posters are a time honored and successful solution to recruitment troubles. Posters by artist Olivia Desianti.
French photographer Remi Noël took a trip to the USA, with his fascination of American culture in mind. This set of images was captured in Texas, mainly between Houston and Dallas, and show the companion of the photographer, a tiny Batman action figure. In the black and white images, the tiny Batman figure can be seen having his “adventures.”
It has been a while since we last saw them, and Powerpuff Girls have now grown up into fine ladies. Here they are, posing on the cover of Justice Mag. We have to say, we’re enjoying the Justice Magazine series of illustrations by artist Artgerm (Stanley Lau). Hit ahead for images of Cheetara from Thundercats, and Harley Quinn posing on the magazine cover.
Now that is the Norse God who is currently perhaps more popular than Thor. Loki burdened with glorious purpose t-shirt is available on Skreened, who have a pretty nice collection of tees to look for.
We have often wondered why Superheroes prefer to wear underwear over their clothes, unlike the more sensible choice of wearing it under their clothes. This video explains the reasons for that choice, and you realize most of our superheroes are from a different age. Plus, there’s a short history of Superman’s beginnings, which is pretty cool by itself.