Not so long ago, we thought Nicholas Cage was the best Disney princess of them all. As it turns out, Wolverine wasn’t impressed and decided to show the world how much better than all Disney princesses he is, Nicholas Cage included, though we’ll leave that up for debate.
Illustrations by artist Stjepan Sejic put male superhero costumes in-line with the usual principle of female superhero costumes, which basically could be boiled down to show skin, strategically hide some parts. Here we have popular superheroes dressed up and posing with a touch of pin-up style appearance, smiling for the camera, and attempting to be […]
Black Labyrinth Book II by Joe R. Lansdale is rooted in psychological horror that focuses on the conflict and tensions of the mind and the battle to overcome the horror within. To carry along the theme of horror, the book will feature surreal illustrations from artist Santiago Caruso, an artist who is masterful enough to […]
They may not essentially have been written that way, but the fairy tales we know end with happily ever afters and everyone breaking into song and dance. Now if the fairy tales moved to dark, modern setting, things would change dramatically and the ideal princesses that we know won’t be all so lovey dovey and […]
Jason Gamber creates illustrations as if they were mechanical layouts. A good chunk of the set comes from famous Disney characters, though there are other illustrations as well.
For those of us who really were into (then) WWF during the late ’80s and early ’90s would really appreciate these illustrations by James White. The artist picked up some of the best known Superstars of WWE from that era, and presented them in these superb illustrations.
Students in Japan make excellent use of their classroom chalkboards, creating these impressive drawings and illustrations that make great use of the abundant negative space. Apparently, these chalkboards are placed at the back of the classrooms, so it is likely the teachers don’t really mind students using that area to draw these awesome things. Themes […]
Character designer Phil Postma (previously here, here and here) took Thunder Cats down the history lane, illustrating the characters in the style of traditional Japanese printing, and with another look superimposed on ancient Egyptian hieroglyphs. It’s a cool mix, with Thundercats illustrated in the Japanese style, and the antagonists in the Egyptian style.
Mixing the modern and the ancient, artist Josh Ln illustrates superheroes in the style of ancient Egyptian hieroglyphics, only in this set, they’re called Hero-Glyphics.
Superheroes are meant to be inspiring, often with strength of character or their actions. Accompanied by strong imagery, they present a formidable visual input. Graphic designer Adam Thompson scoured the roles of superhero in comic books and on screen to come up with a set that presents superheroes with text of the words of wisdom […]