Artist Reimagines Disney Princesses As Famous Female Singers In Youtube Videos

Artist Reimagines Disney Princesses As Famous Female Singers In Youtube Videos

The digital artist Gregory Masouras (previously featured) does arts using Disney Princess as female singers on Youtube. In these digital mash-ups, you can see what happens when 16 characters of Disney are placed into one video clip of Youtube. Continue reading »

Illustrator Reimagines What Disney Movies Would Look Like If They Were Made Nowadays

Illustrator Reimagines What Disney Movies Would Look Like If They Were Made Nowadays

UK-based graphic artist Tom Ward has a lot to say about the current state of the world, and he’s using the help of everyone’s favourite Disney characters to do it. Continue reading »

Illustrator Reimagines Famous Fast Food Brands As Manga-Style Characters

Illustrator Reimagines Famous Fast Food Brands As Manga-Style Characters

Ever wondered how fast food brands would look like if they were human? A Philippines-based illustrator who goes by alias Ozumii Wizard brings KFC, McDonald’s, Wendy’s, Jolibee, and Burger King to life in her Japanese manga-style digital art. Continue reading »

Artist Playfully Reimagines Classic Art Paintings As LEGO People

Artist Playfully Reimagines Classic Art Paintings As LEGO People

You’ve seen LEGO minifigurines, those yellow humans that inhabit every imaginable LEGO universe. But what would happen if they magically appeared in some of the world’s most famous paintings? Italian artist Stefano Bolcato fulfills this fantasy with his clever series People. Continue reading »

Man Reimagines His Life With Kendall Jenner In Humorous Photo Edits

Man Reimagines His Life With Kendall Jenner In Humorous Photo Edits

‘Kirby Jenner’ is an Instagram account run by an anonymous owner who describes himself as the “fraternal twin of Kendall Jenner”. The artist has committed to photoshopping himself into images of the reality television star–from prints ads to family photos–some so convincing you will never have guessed that they were edits. Continue reading »

Chalk Artist Reimagines Darth Vader In Steamy 3D Portrait

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If you have always been a little intimidated by the Star Wars’ Darth Vader, artist Chris Carlson’s latest chalk drawing may help you see him from a more light-hearted perspective. Created for the Denver Chalk Art Festival, Carlson’s new piece is a humorous one that depicts the sinister Sith Lord half naked, wearing only his red, polka-dotted underwear. Taking inspiration from Michelangelo’s Creation of Adam, Darth Vader is posing in the exact same position as Adam in the famous painting. Continue reading »

Russian Illustrator Reimagines Different Coffees As Cats

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So you’ve been drinking your coffee wrong this whole time. Russian illustrator Elena Efremova, for example, not only drinks her coffee, she depicts its flavor by drawing cats with it! Purrfection. Continue reading »

Kim Simonsson’s Latest Series Reimagines Nordic “Moss People”

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Kim Simonsson’s ceramic sculptures of strange children and their forest animal friends are like something out of a Nordic fairytale. Some of them have long ears giving them a fairy-like appearance, with empty eyes that make us wonder what lies underneath their ceramic “shell”. Continue reading »

This Artist Reimagines Disney Princesses as Twisted Characters and They’re So Creepy

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If you spend a lot of time dreaming of being a Disney Princess, DeviantArt user Jeffrey Thomas‘s drawings will probably give you nightmares of a whole new kind, as he incredibly reimagines their characters as Twisted Princesses.
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“Passing Cloud” Reimagines What 21st Century Travel Can Be

"Passing Cloud" Reimagines What 21st Century Travel Can Be

Architect Tiago Barros proposes an intriguing new travel concept that would really slow things down: “The Passing Cloud.”

For those who saw the Pixar hit “Up,” the concept may sound familiar. Passengers float up into the sky and drift over the Earth. In a world where everything operates at hyper-speeds, Barros has come up with a luxurious form of slow travel: a giant inflatable cloud that can travel from place to place, riding on the predominant winds. Oddly enough, the design proposal was an entry in a competition for a high-speed rail network, called Life at the Speed of Rail, promoted by the Department of Cultural affairs of New York City. Continue reading »