While Disney Princesses were dressing up for Halloween, it’s only natural that the princes and other male characters from Disney get their costumes ready as well. Artist Isiah Stephens has updated her list of Halloween costume Disney Princesses to include the princes and other male characters dressed up for Halloween fun.
We don’t need being told that Monty Python is awesome, the comedy genius really was all kinds of awesome. Now we can bask in the glory of the comedy genius with several of the famous quotes and references getting illustrated and making an appearance on prints and t-shirts. Titled Monty Python is Awesome the set includes custom designed hand screen-printed T-shirts and posters.
In a world where Walter White’s product was not evil, like it decidedly is, and was not illegal, he would need some solid corporate packaging to sell his product. This little concept from graphic designer Mike Karolos does exactly that: create a corporate packaging for Heisenberg’s product.
Ecuador based web and graphic designer Javier Pérez mixed up illustrations with carefully placed objects to create a mesmerizing mix of illustrations interacting with real world elements and photography.
Fast food outlets often advertise burgers as what they don’t really look like, and they still are beat by the legend that is the Fat & Furious burger. Created by French graphic designers Thomas and Quentin, the set shows very fat burgers packed with deliciousness and added with touches of photographic ingenuity to look better. Influenced by areas as diverse as pop culture, history and religion, the duo presented the burgers in several different settings and forms, which makes the set all the more enticing.
Garden Bridge in London is proposed as a pedestrian friendly medium to connect London’s South Bank to Covent Garden through river Thames. Proposed by British designer Thomas Heatherwick, the bridge will be covered in trees and shrubs and be open only for pedestrians.
Nikne-Kamuy, or the Japanese Ogre God sculpture by artist Takayuki Takeya (previously) is rooted in ancient Japanese history and myths from folklore. The name of the sculpture is derived from the Ainu language. Ainu are an indigenous group living in the north of Japan, and have there own language and culture, with roots probably going as deep as the pre-historic Jomon-era Japan.
Everyone has annoying co-workers, this set of illustrations just classifies them according to their annoying habits and descriptive funny names. Those who work in the creative field, will find the illustrations by Peter Cortez and Joe Sayaman to be especially relevant.
Lick is a series of portraits of dogs captured mid-lick. It’s an ongoing project and photographer Ty Foster plans to add more to the set.
Presumably not content with lipsticks being lipsticks, Singapore based artist May Sum converted them into artistic sculptures that show off various figures and celebrities. A good number of these sculptures come from a series entitled Woman Power. The artist’s work is not simply limited to celebrities though, and she accepts custom orders through her Etsy shop. Send her a photograph, and receive a lipstick sculpted to the figure in the image.