Animals play the famous personalities of history in this set of illustrations by artist Christina Hess. Walking the line of a previous set of illustrations by the artist, this set is currently finished in graphite in bristol. The artist intends to have them in color for her Animals From History book, and is currently looking for a publisher.
Oman based artist Nabhan Abdullatif (NaBHaN) has this series of very humorous conceptual illustrations. Several of them are also available as T-shirts.
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.
Illustrator Andrew DeGraff has created a set of illustrations that work as maps for famous movie storylines. He has quite a selection of movies in the mix, and carefully marked out paths showing the maps of the story location, along with the movement of the characters.
Most of our best loved superheroes have been fighting crime for a very long time. Superman for example, has been fighting crime since 1938, assuming he started young, the superhero is still quite an aged man. The same could be true to varying degrees of age for most other superheroes. If the fountain of youth had not been so kind to these heroes, and had they aged, they would probably get a bit of a new look. Perhaps something similar to these illustrations by A Morshedi, which also reminds us of the good old set of bearded superheroes.
Artist Ralph Sevelius illustrated Disney princesses as various characters from Star Wars, and they do a variety of roles in the series; from being Sith Lords to being frozen in carbonite.
Artist Alberto Varanda illustrated superheroes as cute little kids. They no longer throw fists and punches, but defeat crime with cuteness.
We know Pokemon as cute and cuddly animal-like characters. However, animal-like that they are, they would probably look drastically different in real world adaptations. Japanese artist Yuuki Morita has a few illustrations of Pokemon, created not as cute beings, but terrifyingly realistic monsters who would probably take pleasure in biting Ash Ketchum’s head off rather than play cuddly with him.
Australian artist and illustrator Michael Kenny has created a set of illustrations that represent Doctor Who characters as they would have looked under the art and style influence of Tim Burton. The set is mostly the doctors, but Clara gets an appearance as well.
Artists Tom Whalen and Dave Perillo have come up with a series where modern movies and characters get a touch of the vintage and retro. The exhibit has been named Modern Vintage and is on display at Gallery 1988 East in Los Angeles today (December 6) onwards. Movies like Batman, Robocop, Army of Darkness and Blade Runner find a clear mention, and there are likely to be many more as the duo intend to bring 25 items to the show.