Artist Disse86 has a twisted mind. He’s taken beloved cartoon characters like Winnie the Pooh, Shrek and Totoro and turned them into hellish nightmares. Honestly, they’re a little unsettling to look at, but I’ll bet you want to check out the pieces below anyway… [click to continue…]


If Tim Burton illustrated some of Marvel and DC’s most popular superheroes, what would they look like? Well, they’d probably look something like these illustrations from artist Andrew Tarusov, who you may recall from the Tim Burton treatment he gave to Disney characters earlier this year. Check out more of his Tim Burton-style superhero art below. [click to continue…]


Even the most dedicated Harry Potter fan probably doesn’t remember all of the magical objects in the Wizarding World. Thankfully, this Magical Objects of the Wizarding World print from Pottermore and Pop Chart Lab can help you keep track magical objects both “important and incidental”. Take a closer look below. [click to continue…]


Earlier this year, Industrial Light & Magic ran a contest with ArtStation asking concept artists around the world to reimagine scenes, locations and characters from Star Wars. Not surprisingly, many of the entrants (including one or two of the winners) are working concept artists in the entertainment industry, having made contributions to the games and movies we all love so much.

The winners have been announced, and their work has been revealed. Blimey, it’s good stuff. Check out a selection highlights below. [click to continue…]


The 2017 Baby Bestiary Calendar is coming in to the home stretch on Kickstarter, and this year’s edition features loads of cute baby monsters by artist Afda Ajia along with the important nerdy dates you need to know (JRR Tolkien and Douglas Adams’ b-days are in there, for instance). Take a peek at the art and the dates featured in the calendar below. [click to continue…]


Last weekend, artist Chris Drake held a show at the Hero Complex Gallery where he displayed new works based on some wonderful films like AlienScott Pilgrim Versus The WorldThe Fifth ElementGhostbusters and more. They were gorgeous, and we are more than a little bit in love with them. Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]


Five years ago, artist Patrick Schoenmaker was commissioned to do an art print of an animation-style Indiana Jones for ACME Archives, which inspired him to begin work on an Indiana Jones animated movie.

Indiana Jones must have been my first true movie hero ever since I watched Raiders of the Lost Ark on a VCR way back when. Yes, some other heroes came and went, but Indy always held a special place. After Crystal Skull was released, my love for the character was once again fully ignited and with no new movies on the horizon back then, I decided to set up an Indiana Jones project of my own to keep the fire burning a little bit longer. So, that was back in 2011 and “a little bit longer” turned into 5 years of hard work. The end of the project is finally in sight.

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It’s taken a lot of hard work, but The Adventures Of Indiana Jones will finally be released on September 29th. Given how good the art is, I think it’ll be something fans will love—but we’ll have to see how Disney/Lucasfilm responds to it. Check out some of the art below. [click to continue…]


We’ve featured the gijinka (humanized) Pokémon illustrations of artist Tamtamdi in the past, but his work keeps getting better and better.

Tamtamdi has already done 260 Pokémon gijinka illustrations and is still going strong. Check out some of his latest work below. [click to continue…]


Riot Games, eh? Look at them over there, making waves. Y’know what those saucy buggers just did? They just dropped an entire eBook containing stunning concept art – characters, environments, the lot – online, where anybody can read it, absolutely free.

Filled with incredible character studies, ideas, concepts, sketches, drawings and paintings, you get a real sense of just how much work – and art – has gone into making LoL the behemoth that it is. And the best part? It’s labelled “Volume One”, so there may well be more of this down the line.

Head on over to read the thing, but don’t just flick through it. Take your time. Pour over every detail. Believe me, you’ll be glad you did.

(via Kotaku)


Artist Lily Nishita is a genius. The former Naughty Dog artist knows what people like, namely Overwatch and doggy-woggies. So what could be better than taking these two great tastes and combining them in a flavor explosion so delicious it’d take every Frito-Lay executive working ’round the clock decades to match? Nothing, that’s what.

Oh, you want proof? Sure, go ahead – check out more of Lily’s amazing work below. Then weep, as Alexander wept, for there are no more things-as-dogs worlds to conquer. Not ’til the next Blizzard game, at least. [click to continue…]