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Star Wars Characters Drawn in Style of Calvin and Hobbes

Star Wars Characters Drawn in Style of Calvin and Hobbes

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

What do you get when Bill Watterston’s Calvin and Hobbes meets Star Wars? Brian Kesinger, and artist for Walt Disney Animation Studios and Marvel, has shown the world his take on a possible mashups. These drawings are scenes from Calvin and Hobbes reimagined with the cast of Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Kesinger...

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If Famous Characters Had Secret Identities…

If Famous Characters Had Secret Identities…

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

What if the characters we all know and love weren’t who we thought they were? What if there were other well-known characters hiding behind them?This is a completely new take on the mashup genre by Chicago-based artist Alex Solis. In his new series, Icons Unmasked, he shows us a new side of our favorite characters...

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The Hyper-Realistic Art of Ivan Hoo

The Hyper-Realistic Art of Ivan Hoo

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Anyone who is a fan of hyper-realistic art will probably recognise these incredible drawings by the self-taught artist Ivan Hoo. The renowned Singaporean artist works with plywood boards and a wide assortment of ink, colored pencils, and pastels to make the subjects of his masterpieces spring to life from their wooden...

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“Beach Day” by Bumblebee

“Beach Day” by Bumblebee

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

If you happen upon a giant child staring back you while walking along the street in Santa Monica, California, don’t be surprised. The young boy with binoculars is just the latest masterpiece from the street artist known as Bumblebee, and with his beach ball by his side and his shovel and pail in hand he appears r...

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The Latest Art Collaboration from Stinkfish and Empty Boy

The Latest Art Collaboration from Stinkfish and Empty Boy

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Vivid colours and surreal imagery are just two ways to accurately describe the latest street art sensation by duo Stinkfish and Empty Boy. The new mural is located in the artists’ hometown of Bogota, in Colombia, and as you can tell by the following pictures, the collaboration was an intricate and lengthy process...

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“Burned” by Whoam Irony

“Burned” by Whoam Irony

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Whoam Irony is the creative genius behind his hyper-realistic masterpiece, appropriately entitled “Burned”. The Real Art of Street Art organized the wall, which is located at Camden Market on Kentish Road in London. Irony managed to work through the piece quickly, despite the freezing weather, and the vivid...

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‘Hiko’, the newest mural in Los Angeles

‘Hiko’, the newest mural in Los Angeles

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Before leaving for New York City, FinDAC spent some time painting on last piece, entitled ‘Hiko’ which is an outstanding depiction of an Asian lady. (Name is Japanese for Flight). The Irish artist painted the mural before the opening show at C.A.V.E. Gallery a few doors away. ‘The Nadeshiko’ sho...

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Mouth-watering Food Illustrations

Mouth-watering Food Illustrations

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Will a watercolour picture of food be mouth-watering for you? Is it possible to accomplish such a feat? One person has done just that and it is Sara Zin’s illustrations in ‘The Starving Artist Cookbook’ which highlights food painted in watercolour to get one’s taste buds moving. Zin is a talente...

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Charming Animated Illustrations from Maori Sakai!

Charming Animated Illustrations from Maori Sakai!

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Maori Sakai, a Japanese illustrator, draws charming scenes of special moments of normal daily life with animation of happiness that radiates one’s inner self being. Her many drawings have positive messages that are evident in the moving scenes that remind us to focus on the good things in life. Since her childhoo...

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Texas Illustrator’s Stunning Tribute to Famous Movie

Texas Illustrator’s Stunning Tribute to Famous Movie

Oct 07, 2019 / 14 Comments

Tim Doyle, a Texas-based Illustrator and Printmaker has created a series of artworks that pay homage to famous locations; all from many famous movies. This year’s theme is entitled UnReal Estate and will be exhibited at the San Francisco’s annual exhibition at the Spoke Art gallery. As a young lad, Doyle su...

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