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The Millennium Falcon is a real thing of beauty isn’t she? This artwork by Paul Johnson really captures all the details.

Johnson has also created other amazing Star Wars-themed art, some of which you can see below.

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Artist Allison Sohn clearly lives in a very creative household. She recently posted this gorgeous commission by her husband Adam Hughes.

This set of four pieces features some of your favorite DC ladies in the style of Alphonse Mucha’s “The Four Seasons”. They’re done in color Copic Marker with colored pencils, a little paint, and ink.

I can’t help hoping he does a variation on this for fans to purchase.

Thanks to Allison for sharing it!

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Just the other day we had this awesome Studio Ghibli/Zelda mashup, and now artist David Pilatowsky has gifted the world with these beautiful Zelda and Pokemon watercolor-style characters.

Between the cuteness factor and the skill of the art itself, they’re definitely worth a look.

Check out more examples after the break…


While a Zelda film from Studio Ghibli is highly unlikely, just looking at these movie posters by artist Matt Vince makes me feel like it’s already happened.

They are, in a word, stunning.

Check out the posters after the break…

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Japanese Twitter user xxx2251 transformed autumn leaves into a work of Pokémon art! He made both a Charizard and a Charmander using the leaves, and the final products look awesome.

Bit of a fire hazard though.

Check out an additional pic after the break…

daily darth

Photographer Pawel Kadysz is in the midst of a humorous photography project focused on the daily life of Darth Vader. He notes:

This is an ongoing project, updated with one new photo every day. I plan to continue until the Episode VII premiere. And if I get really hooked up, for a whole year. That would be a hell of achievement.

As for the gear, I’m using a mirrorless Olympus OM-D E-M5 Mark I with few M.Zuiko lenses and a cheap, amateur strobe. I’m not a professional photographer. Just an amateur with a will to learn and improve. The photos below are all selfies.

Check out more examples after the break…


Artist Jason Edmiston has been making pop culture art–ranging from toy packages to art prints–for the last two decades. He’s especially skilled with creating movie posters, and he likes to use his dad as a reference model. He’ll snap a pic of his old man with the right lighting, posture and costuming, and he’ll use the resulting image to help create a unique piece of nerdy art.

Check out more examples of his work after the break…

cat art styles

German animation student Julia K. aka Miyuli decided to create a style series using her cat. The styles range from Tim Burton, to Pusheen, to Dr, Seuss and each of them is delightful.

I think my favorite one may be the Powerpuff Girls version.

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If you are familiar with Inktober, you know it’s a font of wonderful art and inspiration as artists challenge themselves to create something new every day.

Concept artist Caleb Cleveland certainly unleashed his creativity this year with this fantastic Dungeons & Dragons Monster Alphabet. Needles to say, these kids have some really weird imaginary friends.

See the entire alphabet in the gallery below.

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Crayola wasn’t the first company to jump on the adult coloring book bandwagon, but they’ve definitely thrown their hat in the ring with their new Color Escapes line. The focus is clearly on helping adults relax and relieve stress:

Crayola Color Escapes are the premium coloring pages specially designed for adults. Whether it’s about reliving your childhood or tapping into your peaceful place, Color Escapes offer a soothing, creative experience that’s easy to do and easy on your mind.

Their new Color Escapes Premium Adult Coloring Kits include twelve large coloring pages, a pack of 50 Count Crayola Colored Pencils and 12 Watercolor Colored Pencils or Fine Line Markers. Four versions are available: Geometric, Garden, Kaleidoscope, and Nature.

You can also buy books separately if you’re already an enthusiast with coloring supplies.

See more after the break.

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