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Mind Blowing Body Paint Optical Illusions

Mind Blowing Body Paint Optical Illusions

Done so masterfully that they look freakishly real, the body paint work by artist Chooo San is mind-blowing in the truest sense of the word. The college student from Japan has a penchant for creating hyper realisitc body paint that has little to no digital post-production. Chooo-san works with acrylic paint, usually employing her own body as a canvas and giving results that are 1 part amazing, and 1 part creepy. Which altogether makes for an impressive portfolio.

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Opposites: Role Reversals for Humanity

Opposites: Role Reversals for Humanity

We spend quite a significant amount of time dealing with the living and inanimate objects. This series of illustrations imagines how things would be like if the roles were reversed. That is, if the common species and objects we interact with everyday were to become sentient, and handle humans in the same way we handle them. It is all fun and jokes until the robots become self-aware and enslave the meatbags.

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Iron Man: The Senior Years

Iron Man: The Senior Years

Our superheroes hardly age, but nothing in the real world can fight off time and age. This hilarious character design by concept artist Arthur Gimaldinov looks at an aged Iron Man, who might have trouble standing or walking, but surely has no intention of giving up fighting crime. That’s some iron will right there.

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Disney Characters Get Sinister

Disney Characters Get Sinister

If we lived in the ancient age, we’d be finding virgins in our village right about now to sacrifice to some god so Disney characters could turn normal again. These CG illustrations by Darko Kreculj bring out the evil, sinister part of Disney characters. Ripped, angry Mickey does look sort of scary, not to mention that Pluto is one dog you would never want to be within a hundred yards of.

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18 tons of Sand and a lot of Art

18 tons of Sand and a lot of Art

Artist JOOheng Tan was commissioned by ad agency Lowe to create these backdrops for an ad campaign for OMO washing detergent. Tan built three 18-ton sand sculptures for the campaign that encouraged kids to get dirty, and leave cleaning their clothes to the detergent.

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