Marvel hired freehandphenomKim Jung Gi to make a large illustration depicting its heroes fighting each other. The artwork will be split into eight and used as variant covers for the upcoming Civil War II comics, which will be released this June. Hi-res image here.
Chicago artist Alex Solis (aka AlexMDC) is crowdfunding the production of this hilarious picture book which provides insight into the true identities of numerous cartoon and pop culture characters. Snoopy as Brian and Homer as Peter Griffin are priceless.
Gizmodo and artist Scott Park tried to enumerate the vehicles from the original Star Wars trilogy according to their size. They made a couple of mistakes, but it’s still a good list. Scott sells prints of this compilation and more cool works on Society6.
Illustrator Josh Lynch has an ongoing series of illustrations where he turns Marvel superheroes into dogs. We can’t decide which one we like best. MODOG is probably the right answer, but we love the Mr. Fantastic dachshund so much.
Bill Mudron’s highly detailed limited edition prints feature scenes based on six of Hayao Miyazaki’s movies, depicted in the style of the great Japanese painter Kawase Hasui. Each print measures 10.5″ x 15.25″.
Nikolas Baumgarten’sZoomquilt is a website with an infinitely zooming image made of fantasy illustrations. The loop closes in on itself after a few minutes, but it’s still a nice effect. Also available as an Android live wallpaper.
Illustrator Rocky Davies has an ongoing series of parody ’80s style vinyl record covers featuring famous supervillains, including Doctor Doom, Mr. Stay Puft and one of the funniest versions of a Predator that we’ve ever seen.
Over the past seven years Keith Anderson has been getting tattoos based on his son’s drawings: a daisy, a house, his son’s handwriting and more. Props to the tattoo artists for preserving the spirit of the sketches. Photos by Chance Faulkner.
Israeli Illustrator Amit Shimoni has envisions famous political figures and world leaders as if they were more concerned about their looks and fashion than their impact on society. Prints available from Society6.
(NSFW) Boneface’s art is a graphic mix of 90s anime, comics and video games. He also did the animation for Queens of the Stone Age’s lengthy …Like Clockwork music video. You can buy his prints and merch on Society6.
A side project of Tofugu illustrator Aya, Kawaii Baseball Cards features baseball cards of MLB players, complete with stats and trivia, and animated gif versions. She also makes other MLB images as requested by her followers.
More satirical art from Pawel Kuczynski. These illustrations symbolize the different aspects of Facebook, such as its power to spread and gather information and how it’s become an alternative to real life interaction.
A time-lapse of illustrator Seok Jeong Hyeon aka Stonehouse painting portraits of a woman at various stages of her life, from birth to death. The software is Corel Painter 11. The song is Big Screen by Silent Partner.
After almost a year of tweaking, Dirk Loechel has released the final major version of his enormous spaceship size comparison chart. It’s by no means definitive, but at least Dirk included the International Space Station for scale.
Calm the Ham’s third print in her Filmographyseries features 115 guns from film and television, from Dirty Harry to Star Wars. The illustration is also available on a t-shirt, as well as in an expanded book version.
Automotive prints for car nuts, by a car nut. Martin Miskolci’s Petrolified features minimalist illustrations of famous cars. The page for each print comes with a brief history of the illustrated car, making browsing a pleasure.
Freelance illustrator and diehard Deadpool fan Marco D’Alfonso loves to mashup comic book characters and covers with pop culture, often as submissions to Comic Book Resources’ contests. We’d share all of his art here if we could.
Mike Wrobel aka Moshi-kun has a long-running series of illustrations featuring characters from Game of Thrones dressed up in 1980s and 1990s fashion. You can get them as prints or as graphics on various merch on his store.
Calm the Ham follows up its Filmography of Cars poster with one that lists a hundred years of aviation in film. You can also pledge to get a Collector’s Book that has large versions of the 66 aircraft illustrations and more.
Mondo Gallery in Austin, Texas teamed up with Marvel and Mike Mitchell to create a series of portraits of the House of Ideas’ heroes and villains. That Deadpool piece is going to sell out immediately. The exhibit runs til 5/17.
For his SkyArt series, illustrator Thomas Lamadieu takes photographs of the sky – or reflections of the sky – enclosed by buildings. He then fills in the space with funny illustrations that conform to the outline of the borders.