“The Morning Never Came”: Amazing Fantasy Illustrations By Adrian Smith

The awesome fantasy illustrations of Adrian Smith, a freelance illustrator, concept designer and comic book artist based in Edinburgh. Adrian’s drawing, character and figure work is just incredible, fantasy art doesn’t get any better than this. Adrian and Ian Miller are especially well known for their work in the early days of Warhammer and 40k in creating a dark serious atmospheric setting. Smith has illustrated cards for the Magic: The Gathering collectible card game. Continue reading »

A French Artist Adds His Touch to Dull Street Objects, And We Wish We Had Heroes Like Him in Every City

Charles Leval, or Levalet, is a French artist who creates his street art masterpieces using humor and absurdity. Based in Paris, Levalet manages to brilliantly transform its walls, streets, sidewalks, and other ordinary objects into satirical pieces of art that express his worldview and challenge our modern way of life. Continue reading »

“Forgotten Heroes Of The Old Republic”: Stunning Post-Apocalyptic Illustrations By Rostislav Zagornov

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The cinematic science fiction, post-apocalypse and fantasy themed works of Rostislav Zagornov, a freelance digital illustrator and concept artist working in the entertainment industry. Continue reading »

Heroes Of Classical Paintings Transported To The Streets Of Modern Napoli By Alexey Kondakov

Ukrainian creative Alexey Kondakov (previously) decontextualizes Renaissance masterpieces’ characters and stages them in contemporary decors. Using meticulous photomontage techniques and modifying the appearance of the photo, muses, angles and others figures are perfectly in compliance with their new environment: Naples. Continue reading »

Avengers Super Heroes Half Marathon in California

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Abigail Crouse lifts her Thor hammer high after running through Sleeping Beauty’s Castle during the Avengers Super Heroes Half Marathon in and around the Disney Parks in Anaheim, California November 16, 2014. Walt Disney Co has moved aggressively into the race business, attracting tens of thousands of runners every year to its marathons, half-marathons and family-friendly races. (Photo by Eugene Garcia/Reuters)
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Animals/Super Heroes

The hero artworks, created by Brian Omolo, are an attempt to show a cross cultural upbringing.

“Growing up in Kenya we all loved heroes like superman and batman but also loved hearing about the mighty animals of the wild like lions, tigers and gorillas so the idea of mixing them together to see awesomeness happen was quite fascinating.” – Brian. Continue reading »

Broken Heroes

The knitted sculpture “Hello Kitty” by Patricia Waller, featuring the cartoon character as a harakiri ritual suicide victim, sits in the “Broken Heroes” exhibition at the Deschler Gallery on April 26, 2012 in Berlin, Germany. The exhibition of hand-crocheted comic, puppet and cartoon figures shows icons of pop culture in various unfortunate states. (Photo by Adam Berry/Getty Images) Continue reading »