It's always been tough for artists out there, but things have been slowly changing. Artists are using apps like Instagram to promote their artworks and are getting hundreds of thousands…
After the enormous success of his ‘Hipsters in Stones’ series, French photographer Leo Caillard imagines the museums of the future with a new series of digitally manipulated photographs showing popular…
To celebrate the 40th anniversary of Star Wars, one of my favorite artists Rich Pellegrino has released original paintings of four characters from the dark side in the movie series. In addition to a limited edition group and individual prints featuring some the baddies, you can also buy the original painting of each character separately.
According to the WWF, over half of our planet’s wild animals have gone extinct due to the destruction of their habitats. ‘Animal Watching’ is a stunning and thought -provoking video…
Some stunning fashion illustrations from a set titled ‘#Sketchingseason III’ by UK-based artist T.S Abe (aka Palesa Monareng). You can visit the artist’s website and Instagram to see more of her works.
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Check out the slightly subversive works of Jasmine Echols, a graphic designer and recent college graduate from Athens, Georgia. Jasmine says, I am constantly inspired to make art, and I…
Exotic birds, animals, and astronauts are strange bedfellows in these wonderful digital artworks by Mexican graphic designer Guillermo Flores.
A many of many talents, Guillermo says he loves doing digital collages and branding, and has been “working in advertising since 2004 for many national ad international labels like Vidanta and Cirque du Soleil.” He is also a musician and has collaborated on an electro pop album titled ‘El Lázaro’.
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The themes and motifs of the Chinese book “Classic of Mountains and Seas” served as an inspiration to Chinese artist YidanXie to create this stunning, almost meditative animated piece. The…
Blue Milk is a the second in a trilogy of humorous fanmade short (and I mean extremely short) films which pay loving homage to “the greatest franchise in the galaxy” — Star Wars. The series is the brainchild of the good folks at Picnic Studio, an animation firm based in East London which was founded by directors Mina Song and Liam O’ Connor from Korea and the UK.
Rebel Blips Approaching! will be a series of short-shorts that celebrate those kids who can’t shake their fandom. When not at the movies or sat in front of a TV, they must turn to their own inventiveness to get their fix. Each blip is based around a seemingly mundane object from real life or a grimy corner of the galaxy. These are for those earnest mini geeks of the 80’s, 90’s and 00’s. The ones that never stopped playing (even when the prequels dropped).
Episode III: Big Stick, the last film in the series will be released later this year.
Link to Picnic Studio.
You can watch the first short in the series — Episode I : Penny Ride, after the jump.
While some of us write their names or draw silly doodles on dirt collected on the bodies of automobiles, Russian artist Nikita Golubev creates awesome, but ultimately short-lived works of art.