Charlie sure makes for a cute serial killer or psychopath. In his series ‘Run for Your Life, Charlie Brown’, UK-based cartoonist Dennis Davies re-imagines one of our favourite ‘Peanuts’ characters as famous horror genre icons. Illustrating in the style of Charles M. Schulz, Davies transforms Charlie Brown into villains like Freddy Krueger, Jason Voorhees, and Sadako.
Disney rebooting all of its films with Baymax as the main characters sounds like a great idea! Scotland-based artist Demeria Skye has come up with a series of doodles that imagines Big Hero 6’s Baymax as different Disney characters.
Art that’s sure to perk up your morning. UK-based illustrator Maria A. Aristidou creates paintings of famous characters not with paint but with something more brew-tiful: coffee.
We’ve officially gone overboard, internet. BuzzFeed community member ‘Dannnnnnnnnnnny’, created a parody of the whole ‘Disney Princesses as…’ mashup phenomenon by depicting them as lukewarm bowls of water. Yes, you heard that right.
Think science is just for guys? One illustrator is celebrating the mighty accomplishments of women in science
Science is definitely not a guys-only field. Artist Rachel Ignotofsky knows this all too well and creates a series of imaginative illustrations inspired by the women who changed the course of history through science.
It appears that monsters have their metaphorical monsters to deal with too. In a series of adorable illustrations, artist Teo Zirinis of ‘HandsOffMyDinosaur!’ imagines what it would be like if famous monsters had issues and feelings just like us. Turns out, we’re not too different after all.
We’ve long loved superheroes for the seemingly impossible things they do. Sadly, we’ve also long loved the seemingly impossible bodies they have. The team at Bulimia.com, a website dedicated to helping people with eating disorders, is trying to change that.
Ever wondered what goes on in your dog’s adorable little head? College Humor, in collaboration with artist Robert Brown, gives us a pretty good idea in their hilarious series ‘What Everything Looks Like To Dogs’.
Brian Flynn just set the bar for lavish, heart-melting Valentine’s Day gifts. Instead of getting his girlfriend Manini Gupta the usual flowers and chocolates, Flynn gave her something more magical: he turned her into a Disney princess.
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.
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.
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 […]
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 […]
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.
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.