Stark, Minimal Batman Villains By Eduardo Cortes Trujillo Artist Eduardo Cortes Trujillo’s just completed this minimalist series of the Bats’ most famous villains. Using solid, black backgrounds and their most iconic colors and shapes, he’s captured each villain in their best light. It’s a testament to each foe’s timeless character design and unique persona. via EDIT: Keep checking back on Trujillo’s blog, as already done Bats and Alfred. We might get all of Bats’ allies now as well. Design,future technology The designer Marcus Johansson came up with projects lamps take the form of sea creatures. He explored many materials and techniques in developing and finally used for ‘cirrata’. In the pieces, the heat-formable corian is molded on wooden bases to attain its unusual shape.
The Nature of Ambition az said... well, that's so true. Soemtimes though, it's not due to ambition. Things just get bigger and bigger until you can't handle them. The important thing is always: do what you love Crazy Illustrations By Chow Hon Lam Chow Hon Lam is a t-shirt designer and a humorous illustrator from Malaysia. He has been completed this crazy project called Flying Mouse 365, which is create 1 design per day. I hope his illustrations can bring some smile and entertainment to the world. About the author Digital Art by Omar Dogan Stunning artwork by digital artist Omar Dogan. Omar is based in Mississauga ON, Canada. View the website Design,future technology You know it happens sometimes. Someone gets a remote like in those sci-fi movies or Adam Sandler walks by and boom, you can’t hear a thing! It’s crap!
Wonderful Lord of the Rings Art That Goes On And On SExpand Have some more. There's always a lot of talk on the net about how WoW is trash, or Blizzard ruined Warcraft, or this or that or blah blah blah, but at the end of the day, they still put a huge amount of love in to their stories. He also did an absolutely stunning and exact rendition of the story that Blizzard created for the first Pandaren emperor in Mists, the most recent expansion. 35 Hilarious Illustrations by Glennz Last June, the Sifter did a post on the awesome work of artist and illustrator extraordinairre, Glenn Jones aka Glennz. Glenn is a graphic designer and illustrator from Auckland, New Zealand. ‘GLENN’ from ‘NZ’ = GLENNZ; which was his user name on the T-shirt design site Threadless.com. What started as a hobby quickly became a booming success, eventually leading to the launch of his own t-shirt site where he now sells all of his designs. Today, it’s time for a follow-up as Glenn so much awesome work, an update was necessary! Remember, all of the illustrations below are available as t-shirts, so check out glennz.com should you fancy a design.
25 Mind-Blowing Fantasy Dragon Wallpapers Dragons are amazing fantasy creatures. Digital arts goes to a complete new level when an artist depicts how a dragon looks like. However, 80% of the time artists depict the dragon as a merciless, ruthless creature – who is hell bent on destroying the human race. But it is the amount of details put into the artwork that makes it so fascinating! Ben O'Brien's Portfolio A brief portfolio to summarise my illustration work to potential clients.Advertising, Digital Art, Illustration2012 Quirky characters and landscape illustrations for Candy Land packagingCharacter Design, Illustration, Packaging2014 Sneaker-inspired art prints and mini-zine! A collection of my 'Twisted Fifties' style artworkAdvertising, Digital Art, Illustration2013
Re-imagining Reality Re-imagining Reality Posted by Morrison Conway on January 7, 2013 · 11 Comments Brock Davis, an artist from Minnesota, takes the familiar moments in everyday life and alters them into something unusual. Davis is able to artistically mold the mundane into something beautiful and interesting. Like this: Secret works of art on the edges of book pages In the world of art, anything and everything can be your canvas. Recently, the University of Iowa discovered a four-volume set of books from 1837. These books contain ‘fore-edge paintings’ – works of art that can only be revealed when you fan the pages part-way open.