Masters of the universe illustration and photograph

We’ve all had that moment when the announcement comes in that your favourite movie from yesteryear is getting a remake. How can they do it? How can they mess with your favourite characters? I’ve been there too, but I’ve also been on the other end, is responsible for the designsRead More →

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The early months of 2018 have already seen several landmark anime films achieve worldwide success, and that shows no signs of changing anytime soon. While it is not apparent from looking at the 2018 Oscar nominations for Best Animated Film, last year saw some truly fantastic anime films released. Source:Read More →

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Left and right images by Mauro Gatti and featured with permission LA-based artist Mauro Gatti has but one rule when he illustrates, “If it doesn’t make you smile, change it.” This definitely rings true in his ‘ The Happy Broadcast ’ project, where the Italian-born creative, who has worked withRead More →

Freelance designer and illustrator Teo Zirinis ( previous ) is the one behind all things comic and funny @handsoffmydinosaur who started to draw and doodle as long as he can remember. For him, illustration helps to take his mind off things and it was a great way to express himself.Read More →

VIDEO This new cartoon has a bit of everything that makes Disney Disney : adorable fuzzy cartoon animals, a tug at the heartstrings, some light comedy, and a hard sell to consumers. It’s also the best Disney short we’ve seen this year, mostly because it manages to compact the DisneyRead More →

System32Comics is a comic series that is based on computer humor. Don’t worry, you don’t need a master degree in computer science to understand their comics… they are all based off everyday experiences of using a computer. Scroll down to see them all and don’t forget to upvote and commentRead More →

From Sabrina by Nick Drnaso (Drawn & Quarterly) Comics writers and artists are often better equipped to tackle contemporary events and issues before anyone working in any other medium, and many graphic novels that came out this year demonstrate this perfectly. Source: Best of 2018: The Top 10 Graphic NovelsRead More →

Bonnie Pang is a Hong Kong-born artist who has been making original comics since 2013. She currently creates three comics: Roar Street Journal, MindBound and a more personal one called IT Guy & ART Girl showing her relationship with her boyfriend. Source: What Is Like To Date An It Guy In 13 WholesomeRead More →

Variation in colour, pattern, texture, and style is essential to decorating—it keeps things interesting. When it comes to wood finishes, match-y match-y floors and furniture look staid and flat. It’s also largely impractical for those of us who don’t buy all our stuff in one fell swoop.Read More →

Batman by Stefan Thelan

Dutch artist Stefan Thelen, a.k.a.  Super A  (previously  here  and  here ) removes the fantasy from classic pop culture characters like Batman and Mickey Mouse to reveal more realistic interpretations of their cartoon constructs. Source: Popular Cartoons and Mascots Unwind to Reveal Realistic Depictions of Their Human and Animal InspirationsRead More →

“Since my childhood, I have always been interested in art, first by drawing and painting. This interest reflects my professional life, since I work in the graphic design world as a freelance. Source: Marvel, illustration by Sébastien DEL GROSSORead More →

Member Spotlight: An Interview with Illustrator Ilya Milstein

JH : I grew up reading Tintin and you’re obviously inspired by cartoonists like Hergé, I’m wondering who’s inspiring you these days? IM : I’m probably more inspired by Hergé’s inspirations (like Frank King and Gluyas Williams) and his disciples (like Mark Smeets and Rutu Modan) than Hergé himself. Source:Read More →

Source: Stroyboard Artist Marty Cooper Inserts Cartoons Into Real-World SituationsRead More →

Prudence is a 26-year-old Belgian illustrator, going by “Planet Prudence” online. We already featured some of her hilarious illustrations before and now get ready to see some more. The author went from hopping between jobs and battling depression to being the author of her own book and making comics onRead More →

Juan Carlos Paz aka BAKEA, Spanish illustrator and art director, had fun massacring and transforming some icons of the animation world into mutant monsters.   Spanish illustrator and sculptor Juan Carlos Paz (aka BAKEA) “deconstructs” popular animated characters in his colorful and surreal series of illustrations. Everyone from the LooneyRead More →

As you’re probably aware, China does things a little differently from the rest of the Western World. Comic artist Tiny Eyes – aka Siyu – has made it her mission to showcase these differences in her witty comic series that highlights things that she, as someone born and raised inRead More →

Al Hirschfeld (1903 – 2003), the irreplaceable theatrical caricaturist for the New York Times, wrote and illustrated an exquisitely wry, beautifully designed (designed with H. Wolff) graphically striking expose of the business that he helped to define titled “Show Business is No Business” (Simon & Shuster, 1951). Source: Al Hirschfeld’sRead More →

jon 2 2018, 19 pages. A second Garfield fancomic considering the life of Jon Arbuckle, cartoonist. Source: JonRead More →

Bibi is an illustrator who draws hilarious comics about her life. Although she says she can’t draw, we think the comics are great! And Bibi seems to have a positive outlook when it comes to not knowing how to draw: “why should that stop me?!” says her. Source: Artist, WhoRead More →