Filmmaker Tobias Gremmler took motion capture data of kung fu masters at work and turned them into beautiful visual representations. Using wireframes, wispy specters and the like, they reveal just how stunning these moves are when reduced – or elevated – to pure motion.

Watch the video below.

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Guillermo del Toro is one of those visionary directors that has a unique, unmistakable style. Even if you’re a huge fan of his work, you were probably only aware of how brilliantly he uses color on a subconscious level.

The following video by director/editor Quentin Dumas aims to change that. It shows how del Toro often groups reds, blues and yellows to set a scene. After watching it, you’ll appreciate his work on a whole new level.

The Manilow soundtrack was a nice touch.

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What’s better than a powerful superhero? A powerful superhero that is also a dragon.


Artist Lynton Levengood utilized the signature colors and costume patterns of icons like Wolverine and Deadpool to bring these superhero dragons to life. Check out more examples below.

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Artist Jake Parker imagined a wide range of classic Star Wars rides as monsters.

This is the Internet. Do you even need to ask why?

Check out more pics below.

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Sailor Doom

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Probably not going to happen—but I would play the hell out of it if it did.

Check out the full image from artist PegasusPowers below.

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Eevee Evolutions all about transformation, so I find it perfectly fitting that Little Paper Forest drew these incredible versions of the eight Pokemon Eevee Evolutions as goddesses.

Check out the rest of the series below.

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This recently unveiled Xena and Gabrielle piece by Kevin Wada was a commission for FlameCon 2015. Absolutely beautiful.

Check out more of Kevin Wada’s work here.

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Artist Jedediah Corwyn Voltz created these highly detailed miniature treehouses for houseplants that make me want to shrink down and move right in.

With miniature kitchens, tables, and work spaces, the plants look perfect for a fantasy story setting right on your windowsill.

Voltz has created roughly 25 miniature structures in a series titled “Somewhere Small”. The collection is on display at Virgil Normal in Los Angeles starting on April 23rd, but you can check put photos of several pieces below.

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When talented artists collaborate, magic can happen. Such is the case with this music video by animator Uri Lotan and musician Jane Bordeaux.

The song, called Ma’agalim (meaning “circles”), is visually represented by a single wooden penny arcade doll walking through several beautiful scenes.

Watch the full video below.

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Designed by Encho Enchev, a senior 3D artist and designer at Ubsoft, this awesome Batmobile concept takes some of what we know and love and puts a sleeker, futuristic spin on it.

In addition to Batmobiles of the past, the design takes some of its inspiration from actual bats—as you can see in the grill design pictured below.

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