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. (Via)
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… Continue reading Hyungkoo Lee’s Skeletons of Cartoon Characters
These come from artist Ann Marcellino. They’re called Horror Princesses, but what we’re going to call horror movie characters turned into Disney princesses. You’ve got your Freddy Krueger, Leatherface and some others where we can’t quite tell what is what. Maybe you can do better.
Probably one of the coolest Halloween costumes around is this. The guy who manufactured this should go to Lego and sell this as a perennial get up to sell before the season. – Via Tastefully Offensive.
Weird stuff always come out of eBay but none so weird was offered than this. What’s more surprising is that someone actually bought it. It makes one wonder how any more oddball cat people can get on the Net. – Via TwentyTwo Words.
You gotta hand it to her. She must be so good at being a shrink, she literally knows what to look for inside his head. – Via Unique Daily.
Stupid things happen when you’re drunk. But the artist was a good sport and unbelievably cool about it. – Via Blame It On The Voices.
Amber Wheeler must have great expectations on her newly born son. She takes photos of his young son and draw over them to create cute and imaginative artwork. – Via Blame It On The Voices.
A toon that perfectly reflects this new generation of graduates. After all that work during college, what’s waiting for the graduate is something less than stellar. – Via Eat Liver.
Bela Borsodi sees the beauty in ordinary objects. So much so that she created a series of works using household items to create the alphabet. – Via Booooooom.