THE SEXY SUPERHERO ART OF JKB FLETCHER

JKB Fletcher is an artist we’ve featured on the site before, but we feel like we should let you guys know about him again because a.) We have about 80,000 more followers than we did last year and b.) his work is amazing. Especially his pieces where he takes pictures of girls painted up like superheroes and turns them into huge paintings. A.K.A. my dream job.

Check the video below to see how the artist takes a piece from a series of rough thumbnail sketches to a gallery-ready painting.

(Source: galleray.com)

Hyper Realistic Painting of Tetsuo from Akira
Dave Rapoza has a flair for making ultra realistic renditions of popular characters from throughout all corners of geek culture. His latest piece features the psychokinetic, junk-armed psychopath, Tetsuo from Akira.
I may be jumping the gun here, but I think it’s safe to assume that the Hollywood version of Akira will never be as awesome as this single image.

Hyper Realistic Painting of Tetsuo from Akira

Dave Rapoza has a flair for making ultra realistic renditions of popular characters from throughout all corners of geek culture. His latest piece features the psychokinetic, junk-armed psychopath, Tetsuo from Akira.

I may be jumping the gun here, but I think it’s safe to assume that the Hollywood version of Akira will never be as awesome as this single image.

A Little Bit On: Campbell Whyte [Interview]

Campbell Whyte is an Australian artist whose work is infused with pop culture nostalgia and a stylish sense of whimsy. He’s probably most well known for his 8 Bit Dreams project where he’s doing an illustration for each of the original 799 games released for the Nintendo Entertainment System. He’s already finished illustrations for each game made in 1985, 1986, 1987 and he’s just recently wrapped up 1988 which you can peep here.

Hit the jump for our full interview with this bad dude.

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2D Painting + 3D Sculpture = ????
Shintaro Ohata is a Japanese artist who sets sculptures against paintings, with the sculpture as the subject and the painting as its background. He somehow gets the sculptures’ texture to look like that of the painting so the two blend together. That’s some amazing stuff right there. Why didn’t I think of that?

2D Painting + 3D Sculpture = ????

Shintaro Ohata is a Japanese artist who sets sculptures against paintings, with the sculpture as the subject and the painting as its background. He somehow gets the sculptures’ texture to look like that of the painting so the two blend together. That’s some amazing stuff right there. Why didn’t I think of that?

(Source: mymodernmet.com)

Some awesome parents got artist Michael Lariccia to paint an epic Ewok mural on their kid’s bedroom wall. Eight-year-old me is super jealous right now.

(via io9)

Kat Brunnegraff made this 5.5”x5.5” acrylic painting on wood as part of her “Pokémon Project” where she’ll be painting the original 151 Pocket Monsters. This piece is currently available from her Etsy page for just $50.

Kat Brunnegraff made this 5.5”x5.5” acrylic painting on wood as part of her “Pokémon Project” where she’ll be painting the original 151 Pocket Monsters. This piece is currently available from her Etsy page for just $50.

These photo-realistic super hero body paintings by JKB Fletcher are completely awesome and absurdly sexy. Check out more of the artists oil-on-canvas action at jkbfletcher.com and be sure to peep his ‘videos' section to watch the paintings appear from nothingness right before your eyeballs.
This dude just made it pretty high up on my list of all-time favorite artists.
(via Bodypainted Superheroine-Paintings - Nerdcore)

These photo-realistic super hero body paintings by JKB Fletcher are completely awesome and absurdly sexy. Check out more of the artists oil-on-canvas action at jkbfletcher.com and be sure to peep his ‘videos' section to watch the paintings appear from nothingness right before your eyeballs.

This dude just made it pretty high up on my list of all-time favorite artists.

(via Bodypainted Superheroine-Paintings - Nerdcore)

The First 3 of Kat Brunnegraff’s Pokemon Paintings are Now For Sale!

As you all might know by now, Kat Brunnegraff has taken on the challenge to paint all 151 of the original Pokemon. She’s off to a great start so far, and now has the first three of her paintings; Dratini, Dragonair, and Dragonite up for $75 each in her etsy shop. Grab them quick, as there’s only one of each and they’d make a mighty fine set!

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Hit the jump to see the rest of the trio!

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Bulbasaur (by Kat Brunnegraff)
Part of that Pokémon project of hers we told you about. I double-dog dare you not to go “aaaaaaaaawwww!”

Bulbasaur (by Kat Brunnegraff)

Part of that Pokémon project of hers we told you about. I double-dog dare you not to go “aaaaaaaaawwww!”

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