ZeFrank and his A Show community worked together to create this video that has inputs from 2601 people. Getting those much people to work together for a project like this is no easy feat, but they all managed to work together without spoiling the broth.
Illustrations by artist Brad McGinty give us a good look into the anatomy of popular movie monsters. Never mind that the labels are all in Japanese and we can’t understand a word. The illustrations are inspired by the 1967 book titled An Anatomical Guide to Monsters by writer Shoji Otomo and illustrator Shogo Endo. Prints for McGinty’s work can be bought online.
As much as these images might look like vintage photos, they actually happen to be pencil drawings by artist Paul Chiappe. The 28 year old Scottish artist makes amazingly realistic illustrations that look old, faded and blurry just as you would expect an age old photo to be. It gets more impressive when you learn that the images are made on a small scale, some as small as 2x4cm.
Artist Jian Guo has this interesting set of prints that look deliciously like stained glass art. He’s even got those prints for sale if you’re interested.
Artist Annie Ralli creates these incredible and impressive hand paintings that show quite realistic and lovely images. Photographs by Ray Massey.
The blue skin is the tattoos, or maybe it’s the other way round. Cigarettes, beers, and a body full of tattoos doth make a gangster smurf. Illustrations by Andrew Tomaszuk.
Hamburg based photographer Carsten Witte‘s image series Intuition is based on the idea that everything must change. We see that idea come to life in these photographs where attractive faces show marks of decaying skin and skulls.
The Wizard of Oz still has quite a following, and most of us do remember the story and the movie. Designer Jordan Roland at Shutterstock decided to give the characters of the movie a modern shot, giving them a hipster makeover befitting a modern setting.
Cats can pull off virtually any act, any dress and any style. And of course, some pretty impressive cosplay. Artist Alana McCarthy illustrated cats as some of the best known characters across the universe of fiction. Illustrations include The Avengers, Batman, Jabba the Hutt, and Star Trek. Prints are available at Etsy.
Portugal based attorney Samuel Silva does art as a hobby, and he does that pretty good. The hyper-realistic drawing we see here has been all made out of standard Bic ball point pens on paper. He used around eight different colors and it took about 30 hours for the portrait to be completed.