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Atlas with Human or Animal Form: Outstanding Illustrations by Fernando Vicente

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Fernando Vicente Sánchez is a Spanish painter and illustrator, born in Madrid in November 1963. His early work as an illustrator was published in the early eighties in the Madriz magazine,where she would work on an ongoing basis both in the field of illustration as a cartoon. Continue reading »

Artist Decided To Use Lego Figures In Order To Recreate Popular Movie, TV Show And Game Scenes

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Let’s be real, playing with Lego doesn’t stop at the end of childhood. The possibilities those little bricks and figures offer are endless: from constructing an object according to a manual to creating something unique and capturing it with a camera. The latter is what a digital creator called Brick Panda does! Continue reading »

Talented Fan Takes John Wick, Pikachu, and Marvel Heroes Back to The Golden Era of Japanese Poster Graphic Design

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How do you promote a film in an era when there are no trailers, no Metacritic, and no reviews on Youtube? At the very least, make the most informative poster for it. Put as many characters in it as possible, tell the story, show more footage, and maybe people will realize that it’s worth going to such a movie. Continue reading »

Style on The Big Screen: David Murray’s Fashionable Movie Characters

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The Irish artist David Murray decided to add style to the classic movie characters and drew them in the most fashionable suits from Givenchy, Burberry, Calvin Klein and other famous brands. Continue reading »

Beautiful Photos Show Fashion Styles of Cheryl Ladd in the 1970s

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Born 1951 in Huron, South Dakota, American actress and singer Cheryl Ladd originally came to Hollywood to begin a career in music (she was known as “Cherie Moor” when she was the singing voice of Melody on Hanna-Barbera’s Josie and the Pussycats animated series, and she also sang on the 1970 album of the same name). Continue reading »

Zombies, Vampires, and Goblins-Jazzmen: The Macabre Undead Illustrated by Rob Bliss

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Rob Bliss is a British artist who specializes in concept art for sci-fi films. Among his works are the concepts for Alien: Covenant, Maleficent 2, Terminator: Genesis, Godzilla and many other interesting films. And even if the above-mentioned films didn’t turn out very well somewhere, Bliss’ concepts invariably strike the imagination with their darkness, elaborateness and unique vision of the artist. Continue reading »

1953 Beverly Hills Session Sadness: The Last Photographs of Marilyn Monroe Taken by Andre de Dienes

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This session was to be the last one between Marilyn Monroe by Andre de Dienes, even though he asked to take photos of her several years later. Marilyn suffered from insomnia throughout her adult life. One night yet again in 1953 when she couldn’t sleep she called Andre de Dienes who came and took these poignant photos. Continue reading »

Portraits of a Young Elizabeth Taylor Taken by Peter Basch on the Set of ‘Giant’ in 1955

Giant is an epic Western drama film that follows the family of a Texas cattle rancher over the course of 25 years. Bick Benedict Jr. (Rock Hudson) falls in love and marries socialite Leslie Lynton (Elizabeth Taylor) from Maryland. Leslie struggles with adjusting to Bick’s family and the Texan culture. Meanwhile, Bick’s nemesis Jett Rink (James Dean) falls for Leslie and things take a turn for the worse. Continue reading »

For Those Who Also Think Horror Movies Are Fun: Art by NachoScratcho

To be honest, we have never been able to figure out who exactly works under the pseudonym NachoScratcho. Is it an male or female artist? Is it a collective of authors? But that’s not so important. Continue reading »

Amazon’s The Lord of the Rings Series Unveils Superb Character Posters

Amazon Studios has revealed the first official posters for the highly-anticipated The Lord of the Rings series, which will make its debut on September 2, exclusively on Prime Video. It will then be followed by new episodes dropping weekly each Friday. Continue reading »

An Artist Creates Superb Alternative Movie Posters

According to Mark Mones aka B4Abraham: “I am a visual designer, produced several award-winning works for interactive media and online marketing. During my free time, I usually create conceptual illustrations as well as illustrate movie posters. My illustrations often incorporate the use of graphic lines, texture as well as exploring with negative space. Continue reading »

Movie Heroes and Their Faces: Superb Caricatures by Anthony Geoffroy

French artist Anthony Geoffroy has mastered the art of caricature to the highest degree – his drawings are so grotesque, yet so accurate, that it is simply impossible not to admire the skill of the author. Continue reading »

Netherworlds: The Fantastic Worlds of John Pak

John Pak is an artist from the United States who has worked on concept art for movies such as Mandalorian, Transformers 4, Maze Runner, Godzilla, Spider-man 2, War of the Planet of the Apes, Dumbo, Star Wars, Battle Angle, Ad Astra, Deadpool, Avatar Sequels (2,3,4,5), Star Wars and many others. He is the founder of Brainstorm School art studio and has an amazing style. Continue reading »

Artist Recreates Her Favorite Spooky Characters Using Paper Art

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According to Kristy Edgar: “I have been making paper art for some time now and October is always my favorite month because I make teeny tiny paper homages to some of my favorite horror or Halloween-related movies. Continue reading »

Simon Lee’s Superb Sculptures of Hellish Monsters from the Underworld

Simon Lee is a legendary sculptor, a giant in the world of concept design. His deft hands have given us monsters from Lord of the Rings (Amazon), Godzilla movies, Kong Skull Island, Edge of Tomorrow, Pacific Rim, and many others. On his Instagram, Lee posts so much cool work that it feels like he doesn’t sleep at all and devotes all his time to sculpting hellish creatures. And that’s cool. Continue reading »

Gallery Archives The Bizarre Tradition Of African Popular Bootleg Movie Posters, And They’re So Bad They’re Good

Art traditionally is valued by its technical brilliance, the difficulty of execution, the composition and fundamentals of aesthetics. Continue reading »

This Artist Makes Alternative Posters For Horror Films And TV Series In The Form Of Clay Sculptures

According to Lizzie Campbell, a Clay artist & Illustrator: “I’m a polymer clay artist and illustrator and for around 6 or 7 years now, I’ve been adding to a personal creative project where I reimagine film and TV show posters with my sculptures and mixed media. Continue reading »

Son Is Photoshopping His Dad Amazingly Into Movie Scenes And Unusual Places

The British graphic designer and photoshop master Matt Bonito photoshopping his Dad into all sorts of movie scenes and funny situations for over six years now. Matt’s skills are so amazing his edits are both wholesome and hilarious. Continue reading »

This Guy Photoshopped Paddington Into More Than 200 Classic Movies

witter user @Jaythechou has come up with a simple concept to spread joy and entertainment to social media – he photoshops Paddington into film scenes, and has been doing it every day for 204 days, at the time of writing. Some are beautifully subtle, others are larger than life – but all are skilfully done and a lot of fun. Continue reading »

A Horror–mad Seven-Year-Old Girl Has Ditched Disney Princesses to Recreate Scenes from Gory Films Such as The Exorcist and Chucky

Pint-sized Coral DeGraves has modelled as over 60 characters from some of the most iconic horror films with the help of her mum, Cheyenne. The schoolgirl became obsessed with horror films when she was just two and Cheyenne was surprised to find she’d prefer Chucky to Cinderella. Continue reading »

A Couple Find The Exact Locations From Movies And Films And Do Their Best To Recreate Scenes From Them

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“Our idea is simple: We love to watch movies and when we find a scene we like a lot, we travel to the original filming location for two reasons. 1. We love to see what the places, in reality, look like. 2. It’s a lot of fun to take a picture as a memory, which looks hopefully as close as possible to the original scene. Continue reading »

Artist Inserts The Legendary Grumpy Cat Into Disney Movies

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Though there are many cats on the internet, there are a few as memorable and impactful as Grumpy Cat, the internet phenomenon who dominated the internet with her hilarious disdain in 2012 and onwards. Sadly, the cat left us in May of 2019, and she was mourned not only by her family, but seemingly the whole internet. Continue reading »

Sixties and Seventies Film Posters from Thailand: Extended Collection

I believe these Thai film posters range from the late Sixties to the early Eighties. Some have the English translation of the film title on them, such as The Bug Man, Play Boy and The Return of Dr Chang. But most of the film names cannot be translated into English, as they contain Thai slang words. So if you cannot read Thai, you’ll just have to enjoy the pictures with me. Continue reading »

Retro Thai Film Posters Tell You Everything You Want To Know About A Movie

Does this film have exploding heads? What about flesh-eating zombies? And maybe some really scary stuff I can freak out over? What about sex? One look at any Thai film poster and you’ll know what you’re going to see. Continue reading »

Amazing Deadpool Metal Sculpture Is a True Work of Art

Etsy seller MetalArtProductions created a life-size metal sculpture of Wade Wilson, perfect to display in your home. Maybe place it in your backyard, and scare all those pesky raccoons away. (Just not Rocket Raccoon.) And it will only set you back a mere $10,145.03. You can check out images of this red-and-black beauty right here. Continue reading »