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Famous 80s villains reimagined as neon album covers

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Wednesday 11 February 2015

Since you’d totally go to a concert headlined by a guy named DJ Shredder or DJ Skeletor, illustrator Rocky Davies has created a series about supervillains choosing music careers over a life of crime.

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Ryanair responds brilliantly after employees create snow dick on tarmac

Nicole Hughes Contributor

By Nicole Hughes in New Illustration on Friday 6 February 2015

Loading luggage in the snow for hours on end must get boring. No matter the elements, you are required to heave heavy luggage on and off planes quickly for hours. On top of that, you have to endure seeing all the happy passengers travelling to far off exotic places everyday. So, while stuck there inhaling exhaust and going deaf from the plane engines, you might as well have some fun, right?

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Funny illustrations show us what superheroes look like when they get old

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Friday 6 February 2015

It looks like our favorite superheroes have finally met their match: old age. In his amusing series ‘Famous Oldies’, Chicago-based artist Alex Solis (who we’ve featured previously) imagines what it’s like for pop culture characters to actually grow old. Spoiler: it’s not that exciting.

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Mazda promotes rebels, starting with the creator of the world’s first shark deterrent wetsuit

Nicole Hughes Contributor

By Nicole Hughes in New Illustration on Friday 6 February 2015

Hamish Jolly might be your average bloke, but he certainly doesn’t have average ideas. Always inventing, questioning and cooking up something new, Jolly is working on his most fascinating project yet. Mazda caught up with Jolly to document his incredible research. Based in Perth, Hamish has grown accustomed to hearing about the most recent shark attack. Another one, the latest one. After all, Perth IS known as the ‘shark attack capital of the world’.

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This illustration of the ‘perfect’ female body from the past 100 years is spot on

Nicole Hughes Contributor

By Nicole Hughes in New Illustration on Monday 2 February 2015

Women always are striving to get that ‘perfect’ body. We nit pick and complain, and good is just never good enough. But in this illustration, we can now understand why perfection is never reached: the idea of perfect keeps changing! And it changes rapidly.

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You can relate better to Disney princesses if they had realistic hair

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Saturday 31 January 2015

Disney princesses have long been the source of inspiration for many young ladies around the world. They’ve also been the source of unrealistic body image expectations, what with those dreamy eyes, tiny waistlines, and perfectly coifed hairstyles. The guys over at BuzzFeed are depicting these princesses in a new light, one with more realistic hairdos […]

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Artist reimagines western fairy tales as if they took place in Korea

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Wednesday 28 January 2015

Ever imagined Beauty and the Beast’s Belle wearing a Hanbok instead of her trademark golden ball gown? Or seeing a Kumiho instead of a wolf in Little Red Riding Hood? In artist Na Young Wu’s imaginative series, east meets west as western fairy tales get an oriental makeover. Costumes, character features, and even the illustration […]

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Hilarious illustrations shows us what it feels like to have social anxiety

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 27 January 2015

Answering the phone or talking to a waiter might seem like effortless tasks for most people. Those, however, with social anxiety issues see these things as monumental challenges and trials. College Humor perfectly captures social anxiety with illustrations that show reality against how it really feels like.

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Illustrated: All of David Bowie’s hairstyles from 1964 to 2014

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Saturday 17 January 2015

To mark David Bowie’s 68th birthday, illustrator Helen Green recently did a bunch of inspired drawings of all his hair styles from 1964 to 2014, showing how he’s rocked his locks for the last 50 years. A black and white art print of all the illustrations, if you so desire one, is now available on Society6.

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Poor cartoon character gets tortured by interacting with human hand

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Friday 16 January 2015

We’ve featured Chicago-based artist Alex Solis lots of times here before, and yet we still can’t get enough of his artworks. His wild imagination lets him create humorous characters and scenarios that just fills you with good vibes. Take for example his latest series, ‘Inkteraction’, which features a cartoon character being tortured by a human […]

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Goodnight Brew: A children’s book about beer for grown-ups

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Thursday 15 January 2015

How wicked is it that author-illustrator Ann E Briated’s book, Goodnight Brew, is a parody of Goodnight Moon? Revolving around beer, the book, thanks to the whimsical illustrations, resembles a children’s book, but contains serious educational content to help less clued-in adults understand all they need to know about the pint they’re drinking. You know, […]

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Map shows us where legendary monsters are hiding across the United States

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Thursday 8 January 2015

It’s hard to keep track of all the urban legends and mythical monsters running around – or hiding around, rather – in America. There’s Bigfoot, the Chupacabra, the Jersey Devil, and all of Nessie’s relatives. So to help us keep track of their supposed whereabouts, Philadelphia-based Hog Island Press print shop came up with ‘Monsters […]

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This is the alphabet if it were made to look like the human anatomy

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Wednesday 7 January 2015

For a project in school, Venezuela-based artist Laura Facci had to illustrate each letter of the alphabet with a specific theme. She chose a theme that’s very close to her heart – or her entire body, for that matter. Using the human anatomy as reference, she recreated the entire alphabet to look like bones, muscles, […]

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Animal problems: artist illustrates the adorable dillemas of different animals

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 6 January 2015

When you’re having a bad day, just remember that everyone has their own problems – even animals! In his ongoing series ‘Animal Problems’, illustrator and graphic designer Geoffrey Hewer-Candee shows us the dilemmas faced by different animals in most delightful way ever. Many of these animal problems reflect the situations we humans encounter, such as […]

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Designer illustrates David Bowie’s song Space Oddity as famous video games

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Monday 5 January 2015

Brazilian illustrator Butcher Billy, who previously impressed with his series on superheroes taking selfies, has recently released new work, one that mashes up David Bowie and video games.

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