A Cubist Take on The Man of Steel


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 of his subjects, which he then fills with colors and later overlays with textures.

Visit his profile on Behance to see more of his art.

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An Art Print Inspired by Sgt. Peppers Lonely Hearts Club Band


Artist and illustrator Rich Pellegrino (previously here, here and here) has released his latest print, “All Together Now,” which is inspired by the fictitious Sgt. Pepper’s Lonely Hearts Club Band – the alter egos of The Beatles. Limited to an edition of 200, the 16” x 20” prints are available at the artist’s Big Cartel store.

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Doodle Art Portraits of Famous Movie Actors by Vince Low




Malaysian artist Vince Low’s series of doodle art illustrations of some of cinema’s famous leading men (and one mean mixed martial artist) is a delight to behold. Low is currently Head Illustrator at Grey, Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia.

Visit his Behance profile to see more of his works.

[via Love On Other Planets]

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Matt Peppler’s Awesome Illustrations



Michigan-based artist Matt Peppler’s gorgeous illustrated posters are a celebration of life and every aspect of it. He creates his works freehand using sharpie markers, which he then color edits and works on in Adobe Photoshop and Illustrator, infusing them with dynamism and energy. Peppler says that his works include lot of pop culture references and his own personal artistic viewpoints.

After graduating high school in the year 2000, Peppler was studying for a business degree before he was drawn to his true calling. Building upon the foundations of his innate talent, he graduated in 2006 with a bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Kendall College of Art of Design. He considers Frank Miller, Andy Warhol and Shephard Fairey to be among his influences.

You can buy prints of his artwork at his Etsy store and Estoy Merchandise.

Link to the artist’s site | Tumblr.

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