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‘Should I Google this person?’: Hilarious flowchart

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Saturday 1 February 2014

For a recent post on Dell’s Tech Page One blog, illustrator and artist Wendy drew this flowchart breaking down the complex decision-making process behind the simple act of whether to Google a person or not. It’s hilarious.

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Should you check your email? This chart will tell you

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Wednesday 29 January 2014

Yes, we’ve discovered another witty illustration from Wendy MacNaughton that breaks down the decision-making process behind whether we should check our email, or not. We have just one word: Haha!

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Winnie the Hulk: The Avengers drawn in the style of Winnie the Pooh

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Wednesday 29 January 2014

A word of caution: the images you are about to see are so fluffy, you might die. Illustrator and co-creator of the New York Times best-selling graphic novel series ‘The Stuff of Legend’, Charles Paul Wilson III, has created a mash-up that’s surprisingly adorable.

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Illustrator draws people’s deepest darkest fears and posts them on Tumblr

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 28 January 2014

Deep Dark Fears is a Tumblr by California-based animator Fran Krause, in which he takes the fears submitted by his followers and he creates haunting and dream-like comics strips out of them. The short comics range from bizarre, to silly, to downright spine-tingling. If you’re in for a quick good scare, check out his strips. […]

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Finally, a comic that explains how to look at art

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Thursday 23 January 2014

We’ve all seen them. The art gallery goers who spend hours (ok, minutes, but it feels like hours) staring at paintings, looking up dreamily at statues and mumbling to themselves over sculptures. But what exactly are they getting from all that looking? How do they interpret an artist’s intention? And just what exactly am I […]

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Artist illustrates animals with human personalities

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Thursday 23 January 2014

Anthros is an eye-catching collection of anthropomorphic animal illustrations by US-based digital artist Kim Nguyen. What exactly is anthropomorphic? (Don’t fret, I had to look that one up too.) According to Merriam-Webster, anthropomorphic is defined as, ‘described or thought of as having a human form or human attributes’. So in this case, we have animals that take on human personalities and form.

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What if Disney princesses went to college?

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 21 January 2014

Disney princesses may live the life of royalty, but that doesn’t exempt them from having to attend school. Can you imagine Ariel or Mulan going through the dramas of high school? Or better yet, can you see Cinderella or Rapunzel, going through that crazy place called college?

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Dreamy Star Wars and Harry Potter travel posters

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 21 January 2014

While we may never ever experience going to a galaxy far, far away or attending a prestigious school of wizardry in our lifetime, it doesn’t hurt to dream a little bit. With these dreamy and colourful Star Wars- and Harry Potter-inspired travel posters by designer and illustrator Caroline Hadilaksono, the places in their stories become must-see tourist destinations.

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Someone is attempting to zombify all the Pokemon

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Tuesday 21 January 2014

Do you still want to be the very best with these guys lurking around the tall grass? Artist Daryl Hobson finally created the series we’ve all been waiting for: zombified Pokemon! Currently, there are 649 Pokemon. Yes, they’re that many now. Hobson plans to only zombify the original 151 – unless he wants to be […]

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Monster art on Post-It notes by John Kenn Mortensen

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By Eugenia Viti in New Illustration on Sunday 19 January 2014

John Kenn Mortensen gives us a glimpse into a creepy yet curiously beautiful world of monsters through his post-it drawings. These fun drawings almost poke fun at reality by hiding the monsters in the most ordinary of places.

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Cartoon characters take badass turn, become instantly hip

Low Lai Chow Contributor

By Low Lai Chow in New Illustration on Saturday 18 January 2014

Illustrator Tohad has a bunch of conceptual artworks where he reimagines well-loved cartoon characters as badass versions of themselves. Which calls for a less gentle Bambi who impales his jungle pals, Alice in Wonderland as a party girl with cigs and alcohol, Super Mario Bros as biceps-flexing baddies, and our favorite: Winnie the Pooh as […]

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Police Log Comics: comics made using the text from actual police logs

Jake Sheridan Contributor

By Jake Sheridan in New Illustration on Friday 17 January 2014

Police Log Comics are just that: comics made using the text from actual police logs – the Carmel Pine Cone California police logs to be exact. The text is used in its entirety from each police log entry, and then illustrated, filling the logs with evocative and childlike figures and pasty colours. The style is […]

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Interview with Brazilian pop culture artist Butcher Billy

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Friday 17 January 2014

Brazilian visual artist Butcher Billy took his passion for pop culture and mixed and matched it in his series about post-punk and new wave music stars as superheroes. We interviewed him recently about his roots and influences in pop culture, as well as his views on art and superheroes. Also, he tells us if he’s a DC or a Marvel guy.

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3D typography illusions that appear to jump off the page

Inigo del Castillo Contributor

By Inigo del Castillo in New Illustration on Thursday 16 January 2014

London-based creative Lex Wilson made a series of illustration experiments using typography, 3D art, and a lot of perspective. He uses the viewer’s perspective to create optical illusions of type that seem to pop in and out of the page.

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Hairless! Disney men with and without their beards

Rachel Oakley Contributor

By Rachel Oakley in New Illustration on Thursday 16 January 2014

Scar without his mane? Aladdin with a bearded face? Imagine if your favorite Disney character males were transformed to go with or without hair. Kentucky-based illustrator and comic artist Annie Erskine has taken a handful of Disney male characters and imagined them differently, and it just goes to show how powerful a beard (or mane) […]

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