Billy Bogiatzoglou aka Billelis is a digital artist, illustrator, and art director currently living in the UK. With an eye for bold contrasts and colors, complex machinery, and the macabre, everything he produces has a hyperreal and futuristic quality. Continue reading »
What if your favorite toys where marketed and depicted as if they’re out of somewhere else? Like, imagine if Barbie and Ken were out of Eastern Europe (Slavic part mostly). Continue reading »
With his Stranger Toys project, Venezuelan illustrator and designer Chocotoy is having fun turning the characters from the series Stranger Things into adorable figurines, creating also some awesome fake posters and VHS covers! Unfortunately, these art toys are only concepts, and it’s very unlikely that these Stranger Things figures will ever be produced. Continue reading »
With the incredibly popular sci-fi TV series Stranger Things back on our screens, Music Magpie has fast-forwarded 33 years to 2017 to give fans a glimpse of what main characters from the show would look like now, and what career paths they’ve taken.
Hobbies: Building computers and DIY
Sensible and sceptical Lucas was often around to keep the group grounded. Practical and pragmatic, he always got on with the job at hand, particularly when it came to finding his friend Will. Continue reading »
Psychedelic Smoothie – Food Artist Rachel Lorton Imagines Ultra-Colorful Vegan Creations, And They Are Pretty Amazing!
Here are the ultra-colorful vegan creations from Rachel Lorton, who composes her smoothies as psychedelic artworks! In line with the beautiful vegan creations of Naturally.Jo, this young American creates vegan smoothie bowls exclusively based on fruits and natural ingredients, creating compositions with impressive colors, and apparently without using artificial colors. Continue reading »
University of Chicago sophomore Sasha Trubetskoy spent a few weeks designing this amazing subway-style transit map of all the roads in the Roman Empire circa 125 AD. Trubetskoy pulled data from numerous sources, but took liberties where the history is fuzzy. Continue reading »
Illustrator and architect Federico Babina has a love for fairy tales and he decided to use them as inspiration for some of his latest illustrations. He says that his latest pictures are a tribute to the fairy tale universe where architecture is often reinvented. Continue reading »
If you’ve ever wondered what McDonald’s would look like in a post-apocalyptic zombie world ruled by Nazis, artists Jake & Dinos Chapman have got it covered. In what can only be described as “creepy AF”, the nightmare-inducing artwork is littered with Ronald McDonalds on crucifixes, squads of Nazis doing what Nazis do, a boat being pulled down a squalid river by dolphins, and perhaps the most surreal of all, hoards of Ronald McDonalds killing zombies. Continue reading »
Christina illustrates from her orange sherbet painted studio in south Philadelphia. Her work has been featured in numerous magazines and books including her first children’s book “The Nutcracker” due for release in the Fall of 2016.
Here: Marie Antoinippe. Meet Marie Antoinippe. Strolling in her catnip garden she’s ready to hang on your wall to remind you that every cat should be treated like a princess. 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 »
Most Disney movies end with a picture-perfect wedding: The beautiful bride and groom kissing passionately in front of their friendly animal sidekicks while a honey-voiced narrator announces their happiness — ever after. As we Disney fans grow up, though, we’re convinced these fairytale finales don’t exist in real life. Well, we’ve just been proven wrong. In this The Little Mermaid-inspired fantasy shoot for online bridal marketplace Your Cloud Parade, models Traci Hines and Leo Camacho dressed up as the lovebirds from the Disney classic, Continue reading »
Most animals don’t celebrate Halloween, unless their owners dress them up that is. Simpsons illustrator Elizabeth Climo has a big imagination, and she created some comics that show what animals would be doing if they actually did celebrate Halloween, and she nailed it. Continue reading »
What if a spell turned some of the world’s most famous car models into real women? What would they look like? That’s what photographer Viktorija Pashuta decided to explore with her latest portrait project, titled “What if Cars Were Supermodels?” Gathered under one roof top 12 renowned super models, Viktorija envisioned what would of happened if cars as if under the enchanted spell would turn into real women. Continue reading »
A photographer has imagined what screen icon Marilyn Monroe would be like today – and no doubt she’d love Instagram. Daniel Sachon, a student at Central St Martins, in London, created his first solo exhibition with Suzie Kennedy, an English model who looks remarkably similar to the blonde bombshell. In the exhibition, titled ‘Disruptive Innovation,’ Marilyn is seen brandishing a Starbucks coffee like so many celebrities papped now and flicking through her iPhone. Continue reading »
Thanks to Finnish artist Jirka Väätäinen, we can now confirm that Disney’s cartoon villains would look just as scary in real life. In honor of Halloween, the illustrator decided to expand his portfolio of iconic princesses and princes by adding the wickedly witchy villains from classic Disney films like Snow White, Sleeping Beauty, and The Little Mermaid. Continue reading »
For his ongoing series “Art History in Contemporary Life,” Ukrainian artist Alexey Kondakov takes scenes and figures lifted from classical paintings and drops them into modern-day life. Bouguereau’s ‘Song of the Angels’ appears to take place on an empty subway car while a pair of men from Holbein’s famous ‘The Ambassadors’ are transported to the table of a seedy bar. Continue reading »
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