WK (aka WK Interact) is a French-born street artist, who lives and works in New York since 1990. The artist seems to be obsessed with human bodies in motion, and his works are a reflection of the same. Snip from the artist’s website:
The most memorable superheroes are not just those with almost-supernatural powers or fantastic gadgets, but the ones with whom we empathize with the most. Comic book writers cleverly give these powerful beings wonderful origin stories, which not only lend them a touch of poignant vulnerability, but also justifiable reasons for
Artist David Moscati’s posters were inspired by the cult classic horror films, The Exorcist and Suspiria. Created specially for the double feature screening of the films at the historic Castro Theatre in San Francisco, CA, 18" x 24"prints of the posters are now available at the
This brilliant stop-motion music video for the Symmedians’ “World Ink” track was conceptualized by artist Roy, who used 5000 hand drawn frames to bring the entire thing to life. The video is a heartfelt rant against the damaging effects of rabid consumerism. You can
Alan Derrick, a master artist and sculptor based in Gurley, Alabama, makes awesome 3D metal artwork, which pay tribute to iconic figures from pop culture. His layered pieces look like paintings, but with the added three-dimensionality of sculptures. Derrick, on his creative process:
In this splendid pen and ink illustration, London artist Chris Brake pays homage to the cult 80s high school black comedy, “Heathers.” The piece will be on display till July 10 at Planet Pulp’s “Red,” the pop culture-themed exhibition dedicated to the same color, at the
The enigmatic Clara Oswin Oswald, Doctor Who’s “Souffle Girl,” gets the pinup treatment in this lovely t-shirt by Megan Lara & Omega Man 5000. The tees will be on sale for a very limited time at Nowwhere Bad.
40 fine art giclee prints of “Fallen,” artist Henrik Aa Uldalen’s surreal masterpiece, will be released on July 5th at Spoke Art’s online store. The 15” x 15” paper size (12" x 12" image size) prints will be limited to a run of 75, and will
The awesome twosome’s imaginary adventures, beautifully captured in this series of illustrations by illustrator Andrew Kolb, will be featured at Planet Pulp’s upcoming art show, RED. The show will go live on July 5th at the Hero Complex Gallery in Los Angeles, California.
Superman, as played by Henry Cavill in the recent "Man of Steel" movie, gets the cubism treatment in this piece by Luis Huertas, a graphic design and digital artist based in Lima, Peru. Huertas painstakingly creates his digital cubist art by first making basic wire drawings