Artist Linda Huber works with pencil to create stunningly realistic portraits that are not just excellent drawings, but the skill in shading makes them absolutely photorealistic. Each of these portraits and drawings is amazing, but what absolutely takes the cake is “The Face of David.” This view of the genius Michelangelo’s touch for the sculpture […]
A Dog’s Life by cartoonist and writer Gemma Correll takes the reader on a journey of a “vast array of canine shenanigans.” Take a note from these illustrations, and with the touches of humor really know what your dog thinks about you. The book is available on Amazon and teNeues.
Illustrations by Scott Wade put Batman and associated characters in the midst of action in medieval Japan. The series include Batman, Gordon and Mr. Freeze, all transported to be comfortable in the setting of feudal Japan. The style given the time period, is quite similar to the better known Japanese woodblock print gaming series by […]
In illustrations by Tobais Kwan, monsters abound and roam freely. Even the unicorn is far from innocence.
Advertisements are something that are bound to exist in every universe where services are offered. That includes even the adorable ones like Pokemon. Mexican illustrator chuz0r imagined what advertisements would be like in the Pokemon universe, and he gave them a vintage touch for that extra effect.
Pixiv user Marlboro created these illustrations as a tribute to the work of famous Japanese film maker, animator and manga artist Hayao Miyazaki. Drawn up in the style of Art Nouveau, the illustrations are a homage to characters of Studio Ghibli films.
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.”