THE ROCKTHROWER is the type of story that made me wish I had spent my weekends with friends at the local comic shop.
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.
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.
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.
This fantasy style remake makes me feel as though they are all about to save the princess from Loki, or ride a dragon, or go to brunch, either way they’re epic!
A golden rule that should be in place for Facebook is to never, I mean never, like a photo that is more than a year old. Unless of course you are going for the ultimate creeper award.
Jason Seiler is a talented caricature artist who also freelances in illustration, drawing and painting for magazines, books, and private commissions.
According to the Mayan calendar, 2012 is the year the world ends. I however disagree with this but if you can’t beat them, join them. Right?
There isn’t really anything to say about these illustrations except for how awesome they are. Nick Agin did the Star Wars illustrations for his own personal exploration of the George Lucas characters.
I haven’t written a featured artist post in quite sometime, and felt it necessary to showcase this Georgia based illustrator. His name is E.W. Thomason, and has to be one of the most talented illustrators I’ve seen.