We would like to present collection of awesome artworks, which present those, who were rescue (and destroy) our planet, so many times… famous on all over the world – superheroes.
Look at the whole showcase of superheroes.
Here is the most amazing stop-motion video I’ve ever seen… “Carroll’s Hangover” by Johannes Gamble and Federico Vitetta
A 3D animated video entitled “Box Animated,” directed by Jordan Clarke and drum performance by Mike Edel. The boxes were handed painted and scanned into the computer, and special effects were done with Matchmoving and Compositing. Enjoy!
Miss Bugs takes iconic pieces of contemporary art then paints, cuts, slices and pastes them into new configurations – enhancing and defacing their original sentiment. Not original, but very good.
Chris von Menge, Melbourne based advertising photographer. Really cool work with a bit of humor witch is really nice. There is something very dark in much of his work. Perhaps a bit much on the dodging and burning in Photoshop? Well perhaps not with his earlier work.
Martin W. Maier was born in Berlin. After completing his school qualifications for university, he worked initally as a film designer.
More pics and info at My Modern Metropolis!
Golden Artifact (Final) from Nadia Husain.
Designed, Directed and Animated by Nadia Shireen Husain (Noctuary)
As Ronald Stoops was born in one of the smallest countries in the World, the Netherlands, he decided early on in life to travel extensively in order to broaden his view of the world.
Shark would have been the perfect car of the future. That’s why Shark has been designed in the future of technology without leaving today’s condititions.
Shark shows difference from today’s cars in terms of its own design and technology. It carries the qualifications of today’s technology and at the same time it takes the attention about its structure of plane and motorcycle like details.
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