Between 2005-2007, as part of Custom Con, Hasbro Inc and Marvel Inc (along with creators Geneva, Joshua Izzo and Bruce Ross) collaborated on creating a line of action figures based on the Marvel Comics story of The League of Marvels Volume 1, Volume 2: Rise of the Skull, and Volume 3: Denouncement set in 1890.
For $1 to $1.35 million, you can have your very own 13 foot super robot (or Gundam, depending on who you ask). Called the Kuratas, this is the brainchild of artist Kogoro Kurata and robotics researcher, Wataru Yoshizaka, and is manufactured by Suidobashi Heavy Industries. They even made a video reminiscent of anime and Japanese RPG […]
This is Not Porn is a website of strange, rare, and behind the scenes photos of movie sets. From a young Sean Connery, to Princess Leia sunbathing with her stunt double during the filming of Star Wars: Return of the Jedi. This blog has some great photos. As they say, a picture is worth a thousand words.
Check out this photography and art by the late, great Dennis Hooper (1936-2010). An actor, film-maker, and artist, Hooper had a 56 year career during which he starred in, directed, and wrote the cult classic, Easy Rider, and starred in both Giant and Rebel Without A Cause with James Dean. He also photographed, became friends with, and collected work of the most influential artists of the twentieth century, including Warhol, Basquait, Schnabel, Haring, and Hirst.
Creative Review is a website I like to visit to get inspired on the art of visual communications. From video, illustrations, photography, to creative packaging, it is all covered in the Creative Review. They also have open calls for readers to have the opportunity to get their work published.
I came across this work while searching on Google for how the Borgia family would look in real life, and not their portrayals in paintings and movies. The genius behind these portraits is George Stuart, a talented artist who has created numerous portrait statues of historical figures.