1955 Ford “Beatnik” Bubbletop: This Bubble-Roofed Custom Ford Is Strange And Wonderful!

The builder of this amazing car was Gary “Chopit” Fioto, a New York custom car builder with a clearly eclectic moodboard. Fioto’s nickname, “Chopit,” craftily describes his central customizing philosophy. After he impressed custom-car traditionalists with his new interpretation on an old theme, a chopped ’50 Merc transformed into the sleek hardtop called “Tuf Enuff,” Gary Fioto performed his unique take on the Bubbletop genre. Continue reading »

Quirky And Daring: Best Soviet Concept Cars

In 1988, Minsk Automobile Plant designers created a prototype of a truck called MAZ 2000 Perestroika. It was revealed to the public at the foreign Paris International Motor Show and received the highest ratings from foreign experts.

These innovative projects were designed to breathe new life into the Soviet automobile industry, but due to the collapse of the USSR, they never went into serial production. Today’s concept cars can provide us with a glimpse into the future and give us a sense of the direction being taken by manufacturers as they use the newest technology of tomorrow.

However, sometimes it’s equally fascinating to look into the past. These quirky Russian car designs from way back provide an insight into the innovative and daring concepts of engineers from the USSR, which paved the way for modern cars. Continue reading »

Malaysian Artist Wenjuinn Png Makes Superb Anime Concept Art And Illustrations

An aspiring artist, Wenjuinn Png started out from a background in Graphic Designing. However, his strong interest in Illustration encouraged him to further pursue an illustration course earning him a Diploma in Illustration. While he is not busy painting for work, he enjoys painting his own personal paintings and indulging in articles about technology and weaponry.

Currently he’s an independent artist and he is currently working on illustrations for various web-based game and also card games companies. Continue reading »

Artist Reimagines Everyday Objects As Spectacular Spaceship Designs

Software engineer by day and digital artist by night, Eric Geusz works around the clock to produce his impressive artwork. From a Potato Spaceship inspired by the shape of a potato peeler, to a Tong Crane Ship inspired by—you guessed it—a pair of kitchen tongs, the artist’s work is not only incredibly imaginative, but bursting with detail. Continue reading »

“Heaven’s Hell”: The Book Of Afterlife Adventures By Anthony Jones

Heaven’s Hell – The Art of Anthony Jones (previously), a beautifully presented, 128 page soft back art book from publisher Design Studio Press. This book explores the world of Heaven’s Hell, a place that takes place in the afterlife. The premise is that when you die, your spirit or soul is transported to another realm of being. Continue reading »

“Chapters Of Downfall”: The Superb Digital Concept Art By Richard Anderson

Richard Anderson is a senior artist working in the entertainment industry for over 10 years. Projects ranging from film, games, commercials and publishing. Clients have included: Marvel studios, Warner Bros., Universal Pictures, 20th Century FOX, Disney, NC Soft, Studio Canal, Samsung, Psyop, StarDust, and Random House. Game titles include Arkham Knight, and Guidwars 1 and 2. Continue reading »

Superb Illustrations And Concept Art By John Nugroho

John Nugroho is a concept artist and illustrator from Indonesia. Continue reading »

“Empire Of Future”: The Superb Sci-Fi And Game Concept Art By Donglu Yu

Donglu Yu is a concept artist working at Ubisoft Montreal, and is best known for her work on the Assassin’s Creed series, among which are Assassin’s Creed: Brotherhood, Assassin’s Creed: Project Legacy, Assassin’s Creed III and Assassin’s Creed IV: Black Flag. Her areas of specialty are concept art, illustration and visual development, all of which she has employed in creating artwork for the Assassin’s Creed series. Continue reading »

Photographer Jack Daly’s Satirical ’80s Ads Challenge The Concept Of Masculinity

Masculinity is a concept as outdated as can be, and yet in 2018 it’s as prevalent as ever. Photographer Jack Daly has been surrounded and pressured by stereotypes forever, and finally he’s calling it out. Continue reading »

“Through Fire And Water”: The Superb Concept Artworks Of Ross Tran

Ross Tran is a concept artist and illustrator who attended the Art Center College of Design in Pasadena, California. Ross has worked for companies such as Walt Disney Studios, Psyop and Tyler West Studio. Continue reading »

“From Here To Nowhere”: The Superb 3D Sci-Fi, Post-Apocalypse And Cyberpunk Concept Art By Polygonatic

Abel Chan Arce aka Polygonatic is a concept / 3D artist, motion & graphic designer from Philippines. He is combining different techniques and experiments to achieve desired and industry standard results and learn from the process. Continue reading »

Superb Nintendo Super Famigun Concept By Allan Williams

A light-gun concept designed for quite possibly the greatest console of all time, the Nintendo Super Famicom (Super Nintendo/SNES). Inspired to look more like an industrialised object and less toy-like than the usual light-gun offerings, yet still retaining the aesthetics one would expect of early nineties Nintendo design. Built in Fusion 360 and rendered in Cinema 4D using Octane render. Continue reading »

“The Longest Journey”: The Superb Post-Apocalyptic And Sci-Fi Concept Art By Ismail Inceoglu

Discover the art of Ismail Inceoglu, a concept artist based in Varna, Bulgaria. Continue reading »

“The Faces Of Fear”: The Superb Dark Concept Art By Anthony Jones

Anthony Jones is a concept artist and illustrator working in the film and video game industry. He has worked for companies such as Blizzard Entertainment, SCEA Santa Monica, Hasbro and ROBLOX Corporation. Continue reading »

“We’re All Mad Here. I’m Mad. You’re Mad”: The Superb Concept Artworks By Michael Kutsche

Michael Kutsche is an award-winning German artist based in Berlin, Germany. He is a self taught artist who works both in traditional and digital media. His work is best described as an astoundingly lifelike depiction of parallel realities, populated by odd characters reminiscent of movies, comics but also Flemish Renaissance Painting. Continue reading »