Artist Lee Romao has brought back a feeling nostalgia with his 3D rendition of the iconic Popeye. His version is slightly more rugged than the cartoon we are use to seeing, with a more shredded physique and hand tattoos that say “HOLD FAST”.
Artist and sculptor Andrea Eusebi has created what has to be one of the most realistic sculptures of Jedi Master Yoda. See the images after the jump…
Some robots from film and television have received more attention than certain D-list celebrities. To celebrate these hunks of metal, artist Daniel Nyari created a poster of Famous Robots from entertainment.
Artist Jason Peltz single handedly took two of my all-time favorite child hood memories and mashed them up: using Dr. Seuss’s illustration style mixed with Star Wars characters.
COWABUNGAAAAAA! Awesome 3D street art of the Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles in London to help promote their new CG animated show premiering this weekend on Nickelodeon.
It’s amazing what a different perspective can do. Take these illustrations by Fabio D’Altilia for example…
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.