After the popularity of our earlier post on Anthro digital artworks, today again we have showcased 30+ (more) Mindblowing examples of Anthro digital Artworks. Anthro is a fictional character published by DC Comics, presented as the “first boy”, a Cro-Magnon born to Neanderthal parents. By defination An animal with human-like characteristics or technically an animal or a creature that can walk and talk like humans or most common term used these days half human and half animal is “Anthro“. These characteristics separate anthros from humans with cat ears and tail (or something like that).
Notawonderboy is an Italian graphic artist who works mainly on recording projects.
Since 2010, he founded the Studio BatZar, a small studio based in Parma, northern Italy.
Here are four pictures from his latest project for the Italian electro duo called “Nu-Re Sound”.
For more information please visit Notawonderboy personal website,
or digit www.batzarstudio.com.
This illustration created by Arthur W. Presser from Koning, will soon turn into a T-Shirt. For more information a illustrations, visit koning.com.br
A ferrofluid is a magnetized liquid that creates all manner of bizarre patterns that look like the surface of a distant planet’s moon. Because of that, they’ve been featured in a ton of videos and artworks lately, but so far these have mainly been black and white, with maybe some silver thrown in to add a bit of pizzaz. But photographer Fabian Oefner is breaking with this monochromatic tradition by throwing water colors into the mix and bringing in some much-needed luminosity in his series Millefiori.
Illustrations by Durban, South Africa based artist Colwyn Thomas. Continue reading “Illustrations by Colwyn Thomas” »
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Venezuelan tattoo artist Yomico Moreno creates some of the creepiest and most realistic muscle tissue and biomech tattoos you’ll ever see. Moreno became interested in tattooing at the age of 14 and since then has dedicated his life to it. His favorite style is realism because it’s the most challenging. The artist has been in professional tattoo business for approximately 9 years now, participating in numerous conventions in England, Denmark, Italy, Belgium and Australia. Well, let’s take a look at the collection.
Fully illustrated by Darren Tan of Imaginary FS Pte Ltd. Accompanying these images are descriptions and thoughts from the artist himself.
Fabio Selvatici’s incredible talents for digital processing, combined with traditional interventions like acrylic paints and inks, result in these stunning and unexpected destructions of the human form.
See more at My Modern Met.
Artist Sagaki Keita was born in 1984 and lives and works in Tokyo. His densely composited pen and ink illustrations contain thousands of whimsical characters that are drawn almost completely improvised. The artworks took him from a month (2″ x 1.5″ Mona Lisa) to almost a year (13″ long rendition of The Last Supper) to complete. The results are simply amazing. Enjoy!
A white cube that fits in the palm of your hand as a symbol of Poland; friendly creatures smiling at passers-by on the streets of Berlin; 3D technology and a spectacular film screening — modern, intriguing ideas. The author and creator of this original and appealing visual cocktail is Jakub Jabłoński, who fully designed the campaign’s visual side and created the original creatures.The absence of clear and modern national symbols inspired Jabłoński to create something fresh, modern, stylish, and above all else, catchy. The result was a combination of simple ethnic motifs and the slick design used in toys all over the world. Five friendly, intriguingly shaped and brightly colored creatures were the characters behind the success of our ad campaign at ITB 2011.Their identity remained a mystery: they might have been weird visitors from outer space, or perhaps a bold experiment by a Polish artist in some design factory.Each of the creatures was marked with a single letter, together spelling out the word POLEN.
There has been some recent discussion on the web about this topic, about your logo not being your brand. Although this may be true, I haven’t seen any clarification of the differences between ‘brand’, ‘identity’ and ‘logo’. I wish to rectify this. Continue reading “Creative Corporate Brand identity Examples – Design Process Inspiration 1” »
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Illustrations by Buenos Aires, Argentina based artist Diego Fernandez Continue reading “Illustrations by Diego Fernandez” »
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The creepy illustrations created by Volgograd, Russia based artist Maxim Veherin for some cute charterers (Mickey Mouse, Pikachu, Sponge bob, Bunny) and characters in his concept art. Continue reading “Creepy Illustrations by Maxim Veherin” »
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I constantly doodled on our walls back when I was a kid, played with bubble gums to make web-like designs on the carpet, and soaked robots in acetone to watch them burn. My parents would scold me, but the feeling of creating something out of nothing still made me happy. Art was something I believe was already embedded in me.
My obsession with art only spiraled deeper into warm sweet intimacy when I was in 4th grade. I saw this guitar player with grey and yellow paint on his face, small orbs or red lights on his neck, and round big black eyes (in black sclera contacts). I thought he was scary and awesome at the same time. Even then, he was such a living, breathing piece of art.
His name is Wes Borland.
Wes on the Limp Bizkit’s video Break Stuff
Growing up, my friends and I would emulate him and do his moves, the air guitar style. I studied guitar playing just so I could play like him. I later learned that this person not only played guitar; he also designed all of Limp Bizkit’s album covers.
Continue reading “Art God: Wes Borland” »
Continue reading “Art God: Wes Borland” »