Ryan Wood is a digital painter from Salt Lake City, Utah with an incredibly unique style and form for character illustration, somewhat resembling a caricature. His style exaggerates various features, while expressing the character’s true form and identity. From Mario to Elvis, from evil witches to abominable snowmen, Ryan’s creative and unique mind continues to dazzle his audience again and again.
Today, it’s my pleasure to share with you 24 of Ryan’s amazing works that showcase some of his work and creative style. Each piece was hand selected for it’s incredible character illustration and unique depiction of an identifiable character.
Maxim Cyr is a Montreal-based illustrator and graphic designer.
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I love the concept of this video, it´s the uncensored version of Lilly allen´s song.
Perfect for this Friday.
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Designer Fernando Brizio has invented a dress that can be recycled. I.e. you add colored felt-pens into the pockets of the dress, the inks bleed into the cloth creating circular patterns. The dress can be worn like this, or if you get tired of the color combination printed on fabric; wash it and all the ink will disappear allowing another set of markers to absorb in. Wow!
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Really nice Singlespeed/Fixie Template for your DIY Bike
Hot Lingerie advertising for MIA Lingerie by Ad Impact Australia – Visit Antilogic for more in this set.
The Autumn/Winter 09/10 Ahmet Baytar for PARISTEXAS’ collection is marked & inspired by David’s Lynch’s “Mulholland Drive”.
For those who have never seen David Lynch’s movie, the story is about two beautiful women. The first, Rita, seeks asylum in a house after losing her memory in a car crash and the second, Betty, who is seeking stardom. The movie fooled me into believing that I understood the plot, then completely turned all of my assumptions upside down. It is a masterpiece of illusion for the viewer and has to be seen to be appreciated.
The collection will be soon available in Turkey and in Italy.
These original paper photo-montages were created in October 2000, at a time when the Twin Towers were still the worldwide symbol of NYC. Following the simple idea that, like the towers, things in life usually work in pairs, “Twice as Nice” is a personal project that comes out of my dusty box of pictures for the anniversary of a tragic day; 30 pictures as a tribute to a city that will never be the same again…
See them all @ “Twice as Nice”