Category — Illustration
These illustrations of Hipster versions of Super Heroes are making me smile.
September 21, 2010 No Comments 7,974 views
Rather than beautify them, PhotoShop is used to great effect here to ruff up some celebrity actors. I find this selection originate from respectable talent, so now we just need to see some talentless celebs receive the same treatment.
January 8, 2010 No Comments 3,782 views
Digital graphics technology and skills undoubtedly improve over time, but these computer generated portraits blew me away! They’re not just super realistic, but the likeness to some recognisable actors (a few below) is unbelievable. Next benchmark is to get computer generated people to move realistically, and then who knows where we’ll go.
October 22, 2009 No Comments 2,989 views
These pie pieces are some of the results for a campaign for “Madagascar – a piece of the world“. The Ukrainian Psyho studio literally created cuts of the world to depict different holidays. Each pie has a name – my favourite being the Cherry Pie with the Japanese garden theme.
September 9, 2009 No Comments 2,729 views
Wow – I’m loving these retro-style poster designs for Big Trouble in Little China and Blade Runner. They’re from The Alamo Drafthouse Cinema in Austin.
September 7, 2009 1 Comment 7,819 views
I’ve just been playing with the Soytuaire Flash site which was crowned FWA Site of the Month. It’s a simple site to interact with. As soon as it loads up, the layout moves constantly to the right, drawing an ink-style trail behind it.
This of course tempts you to move the cursor, resulting in some beautiful flourishes, sometimes bursting out with surprising little graphics.
Check it out at soytuaire.labuat.com
August 11, 2009 No Comments 3,168 views
Lori Earley has some fantastically good portrait work. Her style distorts reality with large, soul revealing eyes and elongated limbs but her images are brought to life with a smooth, hyper-realist finish.
June 23, 2009 No Comments 6,133 views
Italian artist Guido Daniele uses body paint to create these realistic and highly creative realisations of wild animals using hands as a canvas!
April 3, 2009 2 Comments 8,553 views
I’m really digging the work of Jessica-Lynn Fortner. She creates 3D scenes using a variety of materials but mainly polymer clay it seems, and photographs them to create a final illustration.
Jessica lives and works in Toronto, Canada and you can see more of her work on her site at: www.jessicafortner.com
February 13, 2009 No Comments 1,473 views
Tom Whalen has a strong vector illustration style, with an appropriately named website, StrongStuff.net. His work spans across retro style movie posters, logos and commercial illustration work.
February 11, 2009 No Comments 12,992 views