‘American Gods’ illustrations by David M Buisán. Available as prints from his Society6 webstore.
Featuring stars such as Michael Jackson, Paul McCartney, Mick Jagger and Steve Jobs, Colombian artist Fulvio Obregon’s series Me & My Other Me places pop culture icons next to their young selves in a series of playful illustrations. Enjoy.
Here is a little work by artist Christopher Shy. Shy, who occasionally goes by the pen name “Ronin” is a US artist and the founder of Studio Ronin, a small studio which gained attention through works such as ‘Soul Stealer The Beaten and the Damned’, ‘I Sleep In Stone’, and ‘Silent Leaves Exceptions to Life’ graphic novels. Other work of Studio
Check out this amazing new mashup art by artist Kenny Durkin. It’s Star Wars blended with The Muppets for an alternative version of the ‘The Force Awakens’ movie poster. ‘The Pork Awakens’ is currently available here. Visit Kenny Durkin’s website or Facebook page to check out more of his geektastic artwork.
There are so many things you can write about Prince, but this post is about his different hairstyles throught the years. Counting through 1978 until 2013, artist, Gary Card, made these beautifull illustrations showcasing, not one, not two but thirty six unique hairstyles.
Artist Claudia Maccechini is responsible for creating these detailed mini art of pop-culture inspired by the Star Wars space saga. Visit her website or follow her on Instagram to see more of her work.
Amazing Greg Hildebrandt illustrations from ‘The Wonderful Wizard of Oz’ by L. Frank Baum, original published by Running Press Kids, 2003.
Ghost or Ghost B.C. are a Swedish heavy metal band easily recognizable because of their eccentric on-stage presence. Frontman and vocalist Papa Emeritus appears wearing a long garment while the rest of the band, the nameless Ghools, wear silver masks with horns.
Have you ever wondered what the average Imperial Stormtrooper does on their day off? Well, as it seems, from the new series of photographer Jorge Perez Higuerahas, they live a pretty ordinary like the rest of us.
Darth Vader meets Walter White in this Star Wars vs Breaking Bad mashup. Art by Parin Cashmony.