YOU DON’T NEED FANCY ART SUPPLIES TO MAKE ART
Here’s an impressive drawing by Jason Rudolph Peña done with nothing but a pen, some crayons, and some lined paper. Check out the timelapse video to see the drawing come to life below.
Here’s some HUUUUGE graffiti inspired by Joe Madureira's (favorite comic artist EVER!) run on Savage Wolverine where Logan and Elektra take on the Hand.
Fun fact: The Hand is a group of evil ninjas from the Marvel universe. They were parodied in the original Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles comics as… DUN DUN DUNNNN… The Foot!
Let us celebrate this crowning achievement in storytelling and animation by admiring a bunch of walls that some insanely talented jerks vandalized.
Awesome Pixar-esque renderings of Chell from Portal by Alex Zemke. I’m not even sure if the human species could handle such a thing if it were real. Surely the hearts and minds of fans everywhere would explode in unison, mine included.
Alex has been working on this fanmade short film deal and hyping it up since 2012. Dude might need to start a Kickstarter for this or something.
Here’s a cool little t-shirt design by artist Robert Retiano featuring classic characters that have survived the 8-bit era of gaming as Marvel’s Avengers. There’s Donkey Kong as the Incredible Hulk, Link as Captain America, Mega Man as Iron Man, and Mario as Thor.
What oldschool video game characters would be Black Widow and Hawkeye?
Check out the duck triplets rocking Supreme, Nike, MORTE, and Givenchi. At first glance I thought these 3D illustrations by Simeon Georgiev were some sort of limited edition figure release, but sadly they’re not. Just 3D illustrations. Like with a computer. Like they’ll never be on my shelf. Sad as it is, they’re still hecka’ awesome.
For his ongoing “Playing With History” series, Australian graphic artist Kode Logic takes iconic photos from history and pop culture and blends them with everything from X-Men to Mortal Kombat. Take a look.
This was done by the incredibly talented illustrator Stanley Lau a.k.a. Artgerm for his Justice Magazine series of mock covers. The dude’s work is off the hinges. Check out more on his deviantART page.
Special agents Finn and Jake have been sent on a mission to take down a powerful ice king, but it looks like they’ve assassinated the wrong guy. Honest mistake.
Art by ProxyGreen on deviantART.
Cartoonist Kevin Cannon illustrated the 20 worst people of the year 2013 for Minneapolis City Pages. The article is written by Peter Kotz and gives an illustration and brief summary of the worst people of the year, and trust me, there’s some genuine dirtbags on this list. Peep it here. Also take note on how many of these people reside in my home state of Florida.
I absolutely love this. London-based illustrator, Stuart Patience, created a series of illustrations inspired by Hitchcock’s infamous classic film, The Birds. The illustrations are very detailed and convey a certain sense of terror anyone can appreciate and adore. Peep more of stuff here.
(via The Fox is Black)