Ken Taylor is a über talented illustrator from Melbourne, Australia who works mostly in the music industry designing posters and covers for various bands.
This beautifully put together intro for Breaking Bad was designed and animated by Martin Woutisseth. What started out as a tribute to the man himself, Walter White, quickly turned into an illustration stampede of all the other characters; Jesse Pickman, Gustavo, etc.
German designer and illustrator Andreas Preis has single handedly illustrated some of my favorite heroes from film: John Rambo, Terminator, Mr. T, John McClane and Mr. Miyagi.
I love these Angry Birds illustrations by Sam Spratt. He really nails the textures and overall detail of what you would expect from a realistic portrait of Rovio’s characters.
As if it isn’t weird enough that Pixar created Cars that could talk, you can now imagine what their insides would look like.
The “Water Light Graffiti” is a wall made up of thousands of LEDs that illuminate by the contact of water. Using anything from your hands, a water gun, or a paintbrush will activate the beautiful light display.
Here are three cool self-portraits by digital artist Miki Takahashi. I love how she uses contrast in these pictures to blend herself into the smoke. See them after the jump…
Bespoken Art let’s you capture the beauty of audio whether it be ambient noise recorded or your voice saying “I love you” to that special person in your life.
Now I’ve written about re-imagined Disney Princesses before, but nothing like this. Thai artist Witit Karpkraikaew has taken the sweet Disney characters we all grew up with, and turned them into flesh eating Zombies.
I realized the other day that we haven’t featured someone in awhile, so naturally when I stumbled across illustrator Stanley Chow I knew it was time. You will get lost scrolling through his portfolio.