Art director by day, caricature creator by night- or whenever he has the free time, Dom Richards has a distinctive digital style that leaves his works looking like oil paintings. The UK based cartoonist has been mimicking reality through his art since the age of 5 when he thought his money tracing skills would make him the richest man alive! While comically distorting some of the most recognizable faces in the world, he puts back every wrinkle and curl to make them easily identifiable. From the Queen dressed as a leprechaun, to history’s first retired pope, rockstars, political figures, to ordinary people and pets, Dom captures the essence of each character. [Read more...]
What if a live-action version of the Simpsons was created? Like the Flintstones and Transformers movies, many cartoons have been adapted for live characters. But, in the case of the famous yellow family in the long running hit from Springfield – who could possibly be chosen to portray such memorable characters as Homer Simpson and friends? Artist Brad Anderson gave the question a stab, photoshopping versions of the family and other famous characters from the show using famous celebrities to fill each roll. [Read more...]
“Water is my element!” states German digital artist and photographer B-O-K-E on his deviantART page. Although he does not reveal much about himself, other than the equipment he uses and his Taurus zodiac sign, even masking his face in his profile picture, his photo manipulations are certainly refreshing. He transforms mammals and insects into the very molecule they depend on for survival: water. His works are like an homage to this liquid foundation of life- exploding, splashing, and dripping off of the creatures it has formed. [Read more...]
Looking like some gravity defying retro-futuristic vehicles out of the movie Gattaca, or maybe Earth-based versions of Luke Skywalker’s Landspeeder, the automobiles of Paris based photographer Renaud Marion might look even cooler than their wheeled counterparts. Calling the series ‘Air Drive‘ the effect is pretty simple, but the result is seriously captivating… a quick removal of the wheels on each of these cars makes them take the leap into the future of flying cars. [Read more...]
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In our current era, the idea that tattoos are wild, rebellious or even counter culture is quickly becoming passé. Your friends have them, respected celebrities have them, maybe even your grandma has them; but what if they had been more common in the past? Jason Hill asked that question and brought it to reality by creating a series of classic movie divas fully inked. [Read more...]
When it comes to perfect remakes of famous artwork, few have come close to this photographic tribute to Van Gogh’s self-portrait. In fact, if you were flipping through an art book and saw this photograph, you might just keep going without realizing it wasn’t the original painting. [Read more...]
Imagine a world where children’s toys are bigger than they are and the defenseless rabbits that a hunter is seeking to shoot are the size of elephants! These are just some of the scenarios that Franck Allais has created with his photography. The self-taught French photographer who is currently based in London manipulates the magnitude of objects to create playful scenes that could only be seen in dreams. [Read more...]
Did you ever wish that you could have all of the help that the women on the covers of magazines get to look “pefect” in your everyday life? Maybe you’re sick and looking washed out? Adjust your hue! Maybe you’re breaking out? Get out the patch tool! Hungarian photographer Flóra Borsi creates these scenarios and more in a hilarious series called Photoshop in Real Life. If you like this project, be sure to show your appreciation on Behance and see her most current photography by liking her Facebook page! [Read more...]