Characters from TV show Mad Men get a comic book style treatment in these illustrations by Dan Panosian.
Artists McEvoy and Rodriguez took Star Wars for a mashup spin with these illustrations. There’s the Stormtrooper-Predator helmet, and the apparently less eventful Darth Vader/Darth Maul mashup.
Uncountable souls have lost their battle to eat and live healthy in the face of an onslaught by junk food and procrastination. Santiago, Chile based artist Oscar Ramos created this set of illustrations for a government aided print campaign called “Elige Vivir Sano” (Choose Healthy Living). The campaign was set up to encourage people to [...]
Through his career, Tom Hanks has shown up in numerous wonderful movies, playing wonderful characters. This illustration by Jeff Victor puts the memorable roles of Tom Hanks as a note of the evolution of his career. Via UnrealityMag
Rated G is a series and gallery show by artist Justin White where he presents movie scenes in a playful, cartoonish way. Numerous famous films and TV shows have shown up in his illustrations, check ‘em out.
Unlike the comic books where superheroes are forever young, the real world sees them getting aged. It would be pretty obvious that the aged, old superheroes quit a life of combat and find a retirement plan. These hilarious illustrations by Donald Soffritti show superheroes living a tame life in their golden years, and in relative [...]
Once upon a time, in a highschool far, far away, super villains gathered to graduate and strike poses for their yearbook photos. DeviantArt user GhostHause has a wonderful set imagining what those photos would look like.
You can put on all the facades you like Ronald, but we know very well what your evil nefarious schemes are. And we’ll not fall prey. Well, let me just finish my fries and burger first. Illustration by artist Bartek Elsner (previously).
Well laid plans of Disney villains tend to go awry with trivial little things. Well, there could be times when luck wouldn’t poop on their plans and they would actually succeed. These illustrations by artist Justin Turrentine show the Disney villains in triumph, standing victorious over their protagonist foes.
Superheroes live in a magical land where they never ever age, but if they were to age, it could lead to some interesting events. This illustration appears to be the work of artist Marcio Abreu, showing a pregnant woman seemingly nagging an aging Superman. Should’ve stuck with Lois, Sups.
Illustrations by Patrick Schoenmaker look at Star Wars as if it were a stereotypical cartoon. Some of those expressions? Yup that’s pretty much how cartoons work.
Artist Christian Nauck imagined what the Avengers would have looked like as wall paintings from the ancient age. We guess Thor could already have an experience of the feel, while the other just got their time to shine. Via Neatorama
A simple set of illustrations inspired by Gestalt psychology, these images can be perceived in two or more ways. The work of Italian Artist Fabio D’ Altilia, the illusions will have you looking at the images multiple times to check what you saw, what you expected and what actually was there. It’s pretty fun actually.
Pop culture design set by Malaysian artist and designer Chow Hon Lam.
Illustration student and part time model Lyvia Alexandra makes these illustrations that are simple, lovely, and sometimes, quite close to home.