You’ve probably heard by now that Disney has plans of building two Star Wars theme parks. Not much else is known about the parks, but if they look anything close to artist Kevin Lynch’s concept art, it’s truly going to be the happiest place on Earth – or the entire galaxy, for that matter.
Whoever said you can’t go on adventures with no clothes on obviously hasn’t seen artist Thomas Lebrun’s version of the beloved Herge series, The Adventures of Tintin.
Ever gone to an art gallery only to mouth ‘WTF?‘ to yourself? Porous Walker’s art will make you ask the same question, all while you’re giggling like an idiot.
We live in a world saturated with images of what (many think) is the ‘perfect body’. One week it’s slim thighs, the next week it’s big butts. And don’t get me started on how the ‘perfect face’ should look. One artist decided to shine a light on our culture’s obsession with beauty and though her work is shocking, it illustrates just how far we are willing to go to seek perfection.
Malaysian designer Chow Hon Lam (previously) has come up with a series of illustrations that imagines what it would be like if food came to life. Spoiler: It’s pretty darn cute.
Melbourne-based artist Jirka Vaatainen has discovered a surefire way to make ovaries explode everywhere: by illustrating Disney Princes as real guys.
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.
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.
As we celebrate our first high-resolution glimpse of Pluto, many of us begin to wonder: how can we reach it?
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.
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.
Someone give this guy a ‘#1 dad in the world’ coffee mug. Illinois dad Geoff Grubb is quickly becoming an expert at eye patch art, thanks to his outstanding dedication to his one-year-old daughter, Layla.
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.
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.