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Illustrations of real life Disney princes will make your ovaries explode

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Friday 31 July 2015

Melbourne-based artist Jirka Vaatainen has discovered a surefire way to make ovaries explode everywhere: by illustrating Disney Princes as real guys.

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Beautiful illustrations take us on a journey into the surreal

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By Matylda Konecka in New Illustration on Thursday 30 July 2015

Matylda Konecka is an artist from Wrocław, Poland. She graduated from Landscape Architecture at the Wrocław University of Environmental and Life Sciences, and has been awarded prizes in several major competitions, while also having a number of individual and group exhibitions throughout Europe.

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This guy is drawing more than 100,000 tool shed items to honour his late grandpa

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Thursday 30 July 2015

In ‘#TheShedProject’, artist Lee John Phillips honours his beloved grandfather by illustrating all the items he left behind in his old tool shed. How many items exactly? Over 100,000.

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Infographic ranks which spaceships are the fastest in sci-fi history

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Saturday 25 July 2015

As we celebrate our first high-resolution glimpse of Pluto, many of us begin to wonder: how can we reach it?

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Instagram photos of strangers get better after this guy doodles on them

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Thursday 23 July 2015

In the hands of New Delhi-based artist Suraj Sirohi, oranges come to life, a dog gets pampered, and a koala mistakes a guitar for a tree. How does he do it? Definitely not by using filters.

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All men must play this Game of Thrones edition of the board game RISK

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Wednesday 22 July 2015

Now you have the chance to rule all of Westeros, without actually running the risk of getting beheaded, poisoned, stabbed, or burned alive. USAopoly, in partnership with Hasbro and HBO, is coming out with a RISK: Game of Thrones Edition.

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Classical paintings get a brilliant twist with Batman’s help

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Monday 20 July 2015

Not everyone loves art history, so to help them enjoy the classic paintings of centuries ago, artist Vartan Garnikyan has created the Batman Collection. Yep, that’s right – an entire series that tweaks the classic artworks and adds a bit of Batman in for good measure.

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Awesome! Newspaper prints simple cartoons of the Foo Fighters’ concert to protest their bizarre photo contract

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Saturday 18 July 2015

When the Foo Fighters provided press with a photo release contract recently, it meant members of the press (in the official press area) had to have each concert photograph approved before it was published. It also meant all copyrights to photos would transfer to the band and it also meant that photos taken could only be run once. Pretty strict guidelines for an easy-going band.

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Guy makes art by painting on his hand then stamping it on paper

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Friday 17 July 2015

I guess you could say this guy’s paintings are all… handmade? California-based teacher and artist Russell Powell creates realistic black-and-white portraits. Though instead of painting directly onto a canvas, he first paints the images on his palm.

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Marvel superheroes would be a lot more adorable if they were dogs

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Friday 10 July 2015

Minnesota-based illustrator Josh Lynch has come up with a fun series that imagines what it would be like if The Avengers – or should I say, ARFvengers – were dogs.

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How to be less socially awkward around the world, in cartoons

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By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Thursday 9 July 2015

Kiss? Hug? Or shake hands? Cartoon and illustrator Sarah Glidden, who professes to be often confused about how to greet the people in her life, has summed up her many musings and anecdotes in this excellent comic about the social awkwardness of greeting people in different places: “We somehow have a hard time keeping our signals straight.” Funny and true.

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If Studio Ghibli film posters were made as traditional Japanese wood-cut prints

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By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Wednesday 8 July 2015

Inspired by legendary Japanese artists like Kawase Hasui and Hayao Miyazaki, Texas-based illustrator Bill Mudron has come up with a series of posters that merge past and present art forms.

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Hilarious illustrations of Sad Animal Facts

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By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Saturday 4 July 2015

This whimsical series of drawings based on depressing facts about animals by writer and illustrator Brooke Barker — who wrote (duh) and illustrated (double duh) everything — has been causing quite a storm of shares online. And for good reason too. It’s ridiculously funny while being well-researched. Just so you know, jellyfish are heartless creatures.

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Tiny Instagram illustrations by Kasia Haldas

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Friday 3 July 2015

If you’ve got yourself an Instagram account, you might see your snaps turned into tiny paintings someday because this is artist Karia Haldas’ specialty. 

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I hate Berlin, I love Berlin illustrations by a South Korean expat

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By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Tuesday 16 June 2015

If you’ve ever moved to a different country, you’ll soon find out that while the grass is sometimes greener on the other side, there are certain things that will never feel like home. South Korean artist Sunkyong moved to Berlin and found this out, so she illustrated her experience in the series, I hate Berlin, I love Berlin.

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