Artist Stéphane Massa-Bidal shows the changing priorities of the world and the transformation of thought with this excellent set of images. Conventional words of wisdom are taken, and then slightly modified to put them in perspective for the modern world and modern priorities.
Each alphabet in this image is represented as a superhero whose name begins with that particular alphabet. I’ll say Zorro kind of made the mark on this one. The prints of Fabian Gonzalez’s illustration can be bought cost $14. Via: RampagedReality
We’re seriously beginning to question the innocence of dolls now. Having seen them as murderers, we didn’t quite need another trip into the weird world of dolls. And here we are, looking at Kira Shaimanova‘s 3D dolls. The dolls are all in wierd, unsettling situations, and they seem to have some kind of zombie fetish, which is totally not cool.
Artist Boneface created this set of images of superheroes beaten into a bloody (pink blood! WTF? ) mess. We don’t know about the illustrations, but seeing superheroes all messed up feels good. And we’ll go with BuzzFeed here “There’s something strangely gratifying about seeing Robin with his ass beat.”
Illustrations by Italian artist Gianluca Mattia are interesting, to say the least. We think many of these illustrations show what pinups would look like, if the onlooker was on acid. Actually, most of these illustrations have that psychedelic feel and will totally grab on to your eyeballs.
We’ve seen Disney princesses represented in many ways, as seductresses, and as Star Wars characters. Canadian artist Chris Hill put those princesses in another form, defining the seven deadly sins from the Bible, using their characters to illustrate the sins of these Disney princesses.
Redheads stand out in their moments of shining fame. Illustrator Ben Douglass created this chart highlighting some famed redheads. Interestingly, rather than giving their names straight, the chart illustrates their fame, making it all the more better. Via: Neatorama