Canadian artist and illustrator Marie Bergeron created these illustrations of Tim Burton’s characters for the Young Guns art show at the Hero Complex Gallery.
The world would be a different place if objects and animals could talk, mainly because communication is the biggest barrier to conversation. As these illustrations by David Olenick show, the world would also be a somewhat funny place that way. No surprise on the cat’s thoughts though, everyone knows that’s what the cats are always […]
Continuing his work of converting famous popular culture characters into sloths, artist Shitty Watercolour has come up with 101 illustrations showing famous characters in their sloth avatars. Prints available on the artist’s Society6 page.
Real Monsters series by Toby Allen illustrates psychological conditions as monsters. The illustrator says the idea is not to trivialize these problems, but to present the intangible mental illnesses in substance, so that they “appear more beatable as physical entities.”
Behold, and admire these superb superhero illustrations by Kaz Omori. While not technically a superhero, Darth Vader makes an appearance in this set, mostly because he looks total badass, and we don’t want to be the ones telling Lord Vader that he’s not invited to the party.
When it comes wearing a costume, Boo from Super Mario has it either super easy, or extremely difficult. A middle path does not exist for the poor guy. Probably because a lack of body parts given a circle-ish shape, or the fact that he is a ghost. These illustrations are the work of Andrew Wilson.
Star Wars themed pinup style illustrations by Dominic-Marco converted well known male characters into cute females, and then gave them the pinup touch. Are dudes supposed to find Boba Fett hot?
Comic book, animation, video game and movie characters get a representation in this set of illustrations by Australian artist Josip Kelava. The artist believes there’s good and bad in all of us, and these illustrations put the villains in no less of a position than the heroes they portray. Prints available on Society6.
Animals go super simplistic in the set of Minimals illustrations by Daniel Bennett. These illustrations, while going towards the minimal destination, took the more scenic route of cute, which makes it all the more better.
DC characters get a wee bit of retouching in these fan art illustrations by Hunter Schulz. The renderings take a different approach to the characters, mixing their classic looks with what appears to us like a touch of video game art.