James Daly is a talented American artist whose diverse portfolio showcases a unique blend of fantasy and horror. His work for major companies such as CD Projekt Red, Activision, and Marvel demonstrates his skill and versatility. Continue reading »
Egor Klyuchnyk is a talented Ukraine-based artist and illustrator behind these incredible images. They features many movie, TV, video game and comic book references. It is just WOW. Continue reading »
Kael Ngu is a Concept Artist and Illustrator who resides in Malaysia, currently working as a freelancer. The artist is relatively new to the business but his amazing talent has already taken him far. Continue reading »
The best kind of humor is relatable humor. That’s why we recommend following this Instagram account. The illustrations and titles go together perfectly and they cover such a wide range of topics. Dating, dieting, trying to make friends as an adult without coming off like a desperate creep. Like we said, relatable. Scroll down to see our favorites and leave your book title ideas in comments. Continue reading »
Artist Creates Steampunk Sculptures Of Pop Characters From Items He’s Found In His And Friends’ Basements
According to Constance Ayusawa: “Georges Ayusawa is my amazing husband but also a talented artist based in Switzerland. He is an art director in the movie industry, so I’ve seen him creating art pieces from paintings to sculptures for particular locations but it was only a small part of his job… Continue reading »
According to Tang Yau Hoong: “Have you ever wondered how many interpretations of love are there? Do animals fall in love? As an illustrator, I wonder how can I visually interpret love without words. Even in the absence of dialogues, these comics show that love can be sweet, bitter, weird, playful, bizarre, boring and exciting. Continue reading »
Belarus-based Chilik has some clever ideas up his sleeve. Rather than spoon-feed you with straightforward entertainment, this illustrator will stir up your thoughts before leaving a smile plastered on your face. Continue reading »
These days, smartphones are an unavoidable part of life.
You probably already know someone that’s always glued to their phone. It might even be you – checking directions, ordering stuff from Amazon, reading reviews on TripAdvisor, and generally ignoring everyone around you for the allure of a smartphone screen. Continue reading »
This German Artist Creates Cartoons And Comic Series About Travel Adventures And Cultural Discoveries
Mr. Fopa is a comic series about travel adventures and cultural discoveries centred around a friendly and native German artist Katarina Harth, who is fascinated with diverse cultures and places around the world. Accompanied by Max, a cowardly sausage dog that finds exploring the wide world terrifying, but faces his fear to back up his best friend’s adventures. Continue reading »
Revenant Bear Mauls Comic-Con: Ex-‘Mythbusters’ Host’s Annual Incognito Costume Includes Leonardo DiCaprio Corpse
Cosplay master Adam Savage is revealing his annual Comic-Con costume: The former Mythbusters host just stormed the San Diego Convention Center dressed as the vicious bear from The Revenant — complete with a dummy mauled corpse of Leonardo DiCaprio (clutching an Oscar!). It’s might be the most clever costume idea yet from Savage, who recently gave a TedTalk on the subject of cosplay and each year goes incognito at the fan convention dressed in one of his creations. Continue reading »
Shapereader is a tactile language, specifically designed to allow the creation of universally accessible narrative works of tactile literature for, and from a visually impaired readership. The Shapereader consists of an ever expanding repertoire of anaglyph shapes called tactigrams designed to provide haptic equivalents for objects, actions, affections, characters and so on. The first narrative work designed with the Shapereader repertoire is “Arctic Circle”, an original tactile novel of 57 pages. Shapereader is a project by conceptual artist Ilan Manouach. Continue reading »
We all have our own «weird stuff» that we have to deal with on a daily basis. And that’s super cool because that’s what makes us human. You know the kind of things we’re talking about; some people refuse to eat unless they have a knife, some people have a fear of looking into a mirror in a dark room, others avoid stepping on sidewalk cracks — all these quirks are common, and we all have them. Do you recognize yourself in any of these joyful illustrations? Continue reading »
So many things happen to a girl every day: some sad, some funny, some just downright absurd. Talented illustrator Sarah Andersen knows how to express all of the different facets of a girl’s life perfectly through her unique comic strips.
Here are some of the best one’s we’ve found. We’re sure every girl will understand them! Continue reading »
Comic Con attendee Jenni Mostflogged poses as Red Sun Wonder Woman during the 2014 New York Comic Con at Jacob Javitz Center on October 9, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Neilson Barnard/Getty Images)
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General Atmosphere at 2014 Comic Con at Jacob Javitz Center on October 9, 2014 in New York City. (Photo by Laura Cavanaugh/Getty Images)
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Gaikuo-Captain is a young Chinese student of chemical engineering, and a talented illustrator. His passion for the comic was demonstrated by a series of works that combine drawings with photographs, so that he himself is “immersed” in a fantasy to interact with characters from comic books and manga. His pieces are successful in social networks, particularly in Weibo, Chinese social network where Gaikuo publishes. You can see all his work on his zcool profile.
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Check out amazing sticker-art project in the NY subway, of the anonymous artist, called “The Silent Revenge of Comic Sans”. Continue reading »
San Diego Comic-Con International, also known as Comic-Con International: San Diego, and commonly known as Comic-Con or the San Diego Comic-Con, was founded as the Golden State Comic Book Convention and later the San Diego Comic Book Convention in 1970 by Shel Dorf and a group of San Diegans.
It is traditionally a four-day event (Thursday through Sunday — though a four-hour preview night on Wednesday is open to professionals, exhibitors, and some guests pre-registered for all four days) held during the summer in San Diego, California, United States, at the San Diego Convention Center. Comic-Con is both the name of the annual event and the common name of the organization. Continue reading »
Joely Olsen wears a turret costume from the computer game “Portal,” Kaitie Rule wears a full “Smurfette” costume and two visitors wear “Pikmin” costumes at the “MCM London Comic Con” convention in London. Running over two days, the event will see thousands of comic, sci-fi and gaming enthusiasts coming together to buy, sell and celebrate everything from sporting heroes to Japanese “Steam Punk” characters. (Leon Neal/AFP/Getty Images) Continue reading »
Tracy Ho and Demir Oral dressed in cosplay at Comic-Con 2011 preview night on July 20, 2011 in San Diego, California. (Photo by Jerod Harris/Getty Images) Continue reading »
Hangzhou urban planning bureau has announced MVRDV winner of the international design competition for the China Comic and Animation Museum (CCAM) in Hangzhou, China. MVRDV won with a design referring to the speech balloon: a series of eight speech balloon shaped volumes create an internally complex museum experience of in total 32.000m2. Part of the project is also a series of parks on islands, a public plaza and a 13.000m2 expo centre. Construction start is envisioned for 2012, the total budget is 92 million Euro. Continue reading »