Disney Princesses as Star Wars Characters
Dec12

Disney Princesses as Star Wars Characters

Illustrator Ralph Sevelius, who actually works for Disney, has been mashing up Disney princesses with Star Wars characters. “The idea came when Disney had bought the Star Wars property and a friend made a tongue in cheek joke saying, ‘I guess princess Leia is a new Disney princess,’ Sevelius told LAist. The illustrator, who primarily works for Disney, puts a great deal of thought into his characters when he combines...

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Disintegrating Cars by Fabian Oefner
Dec03

Disintegrating Cars by Fabian Oefner

These are from artist Fabian Oefner‘s series called Disintegrating. They’re actually photographs of model cars. Each piece is placed where it needs to be and then photographed. Then all of those photos are assembled into one. You can take a look at the process in this...

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Intricately Carved Log
Nov26

Intricately Carved Log

When I saw this first photo, I was like, oh, someone is displaying a log for some reason. But look closer. This thing is carved into all kinds of crazy stuff. There’s a village, people, a ship. Unfortunately, I don’t have any backstory on this, but I’m sure it took a hell of a long time....

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Auto Aerobics
Nov25

Auto Aerobics

It’s called Auto Aerobics and these pieces were created by UK-based illustrator Chris Labrooy. They’re 3D graphics and they’re awesome. Labrooy also has a number of other cool pieces like these. You can check out his portfolio here....

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Robin Eley’s Paintings Look Like Photographs
Nov06

Robin Eley’s Paintings Look Like Photographs

These are not photographs. Seriously. Their paintings by artist Robin Eley. Oil on Belgian linen to be exact. They’re part of an exhibit called Idolatry. Eley was born in London and currently resides and works in Adelaide, South Australia. You can see more from the exhibit here. Amazing stuff....

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Hyungkoo Lee’s Skeletons of Cartoon Characters
Nov05

Hyungkoo Lee’s Skeletons of Cartoon Characters

Korean-based sculptor Hyungkoo Lee‘s Animatus collection is awesome. It features intricately sculpted skeletons of classic cartoon characters, among other things. Here are the ones we can identify. Goofy — “Ridicularis” Huey, Dewey and Louie — “Anas Animatus H, Anas Animatus D, and Anas Animatus L” Tweety Bird and Slyvester — “Leiothrix Lutea Animatus & Felis Animatus” Tom — “Felis Catus...

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