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Illustrations

ABCD: The Rock Alphabet

ABCD: The Rock Alphabet
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Illustrator Andrew Morgan’s thick-paged kids book is perfect for teaching toddlers their ABCs. But instead of animals and everyday objects, each letter of the alphabet is illustrated with a rock and roll god or goddess. He also makes a version for budding rap stars.

Drawing Every Iron Man Suit

Drawing Every Iron Man Suit

James Raiz aka TheBoxOfficeArtist pays tribute to Tony Stark and his massive collection of armor by illustrating all of his suits in one image. He spent about 24 hours on this masterpiece of Marvel fandom, condensed down to a 14 min time-lapse. You can buy prints on his website.

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Avengers: Endgame Ukiyo-e Fan Art

Avengers: Endgame Ukiyo-e Fan Art

Japanese artist Takumitoxin drew Thanos and the main heroes of Avengers: Endgame in the style of ukiyo-e or traditional Japanese woodblock printing. He cast Thor as a Buddhist deity, the Hulk as a sumo wrestler, and Ronin as, well, a ninja.

Ink Oscillations / Drawing Machine

Ink Oscillations / Drawing Machine

French artist Parse/Error created a machine to produce his rhythmic and undulating line drawings. The designer conceives each image on a computer, while the machine acts as his hands and outputs his work. You can purchase original drawings in the Parse/Error shop.

The Observable Universe

The Observable Universe

Pablo Carlos Budassi created this incredible image, which attempts to illustrate the entirety of the observable universe, from our solar system, to distant galaxies and beyond. It’s interesting that that the whole thing also resembles a giant eye. Prints available here.

Scribit Write & Erase Robot

Scribit Write & Erase Robot
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Enjoy illustrations, quotes and more on your walls and windows with this cable-guided robot that draws with markers, and erases ink with heat. It can cover a 6.5ft x 6.5ft area. You can upload your own images or get them online. Works on plaster, whiteboards, and glass.

Star Wars Insects

Star Wars Insects

Artist Richard Wilkinson has an ongoing series called Arthropoda Iconicus, where he depicts pop culture characters and objects as realistic but fictional insects. The latest batch was inspired by Star Wars. You can get them as print on his online shop.

The Art of Sci-Fi Book Covers

The Art of Sci-Fi Book Covers

Back when science fiction was considered pulp fiction, art directors and artists had the freedom to run wild with the cover art for sci-fi books. Nerdwriter pays homage to some of these notable people and their work, and reminds us to have a greater appreciation for cover art.

Into the Weird Playing Cards

Into the Weird Playing Cards
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Art of Play’s limited edition deck features imagery by illustrator Jenny Gebhardt, who provided each of its 54 cards with a uniquely warped and twisted character or scene. Printed by the U.S. Playing Card Co.

Jakub Rozalski: Howling at the Moon

Jakub Rozalski: Howling at the Moon
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Step into the world of illustrator Jakub Rozalski, where robots, samurai, werewolves and rural scenery collide. ArtStation’s Howling at the Moon features complementary text and interviews with the artist. There’s also a special edition with a slipcase and 6 prints.

3 Million Dots

3 Million Dots

After wowing us with his million dot illustration, David Bayo is back with an even more intricate image. He claims there are about 3 million dots in this portrait, though we still have no idea how he keeps track of how many dots he drew. Find original images and prints of his work here.

Drawing a Bio-Mechanical Crab

Drawing a Bio-Mechanical Crab

An engrossing time-lapse short showing artist Steeven Salvat as he creates an intricate pen and ink illustration, a drawing of a mechanical-biological hybrid crustacean. Check out the completed image and others from the series on his Behance page.

Pokémon Draw ‘Em All! Poster

Pokémon Draw ‘Em All! Poster
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Artist Christopher Cayco spent about 350 hours over 42 days drawing more than 1,100 Pokémon – all 807 of the world famous critters plus variations and special forms. He must hate Eevee now. Don’t believe him? He actually documented his drawing process.

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Project 77 Art Book

Project 77 Art Book
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ArtStation is an online community for professional visual artists. The site has set up a publishing arm, and this is their first book. Project 77 features the dystopian sci-fi world of ArtStation member Martin Deschambault, enriched with short stories by Jeffrey Campbell.

The Future is Now: Neon Rising

The Future is Now: Neon Rising
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The Future is Now: Neon Rising is the second edition of the second book in Josan Gonzalez’s cyberpunk series. Almost all of its 212 pages has full-page illustrations, which tie into each other to create a “silent graphic novel.” It comes with three postcards.

Hanamura Showdown Overwatch Poster

Hanamura Showdown Overwatch Poster
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Illustrators Josan Gonzalez and Laurie Greasley follow up their amazing The Raid poster with an equally chaotic print based on the hit FPS Overwatch. Officially licensed by Blizzard, the 36″x24″ Hanamura Showdown sees the game’s characters battling robots in a Japanese mall.

Brand Knights

Brand Knights

Illustrator Dexter Maurer imagined a line of medieval action figures based on the logos and colors of popular brands, including Nike, Gucci and Adidas. We bet the Gucci and Lacoste knights could take on the rest of them.

EDC Demon Hunters Posters

EDC Demon Hunters Posters
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Neo Tokyo state of mind. Artist Mau Lencinas aka Easy Demons Club re-released his wicked collection of posters featuring characters that combine modern street wear with traditional Japanese symbols and objects. Each poster measures 18″x 24″.

Evisen 2017 Summer Decks

Evisen 2017 Summer Decks

Inyo flip. Japanese skate shop Evisen Skateboards worked with artist Usugrow to create three decks with art inspired by Buddhist texts, while artist Toshikazu Nozaka designed a pair of decks featuring creatures from Japanese folklore.

Pyrokinesis for Beginners Shirts

Pyrokinesis for Beginners Shirts
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In case summoning demons is way out of your kids’ league, graphic designer and young adult occultist Steven Rhodes has another idea. You can get the graphic on a t-shirt, sweatshirt, baseball shirt as well as on accessories.

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Glow in the Dark Drawings

Glow in the Dark Drawings

Artist Peter Draws creates a wonderful line art illustration using “invisible” ink under a black light. Watching the ink flow off of his glass pen tip into the water is just as mesmerizing as onto the canvas itself. His charming and soothing narration definitely reminds us of Bob Ross.

Stephen Andrade’s Pulp Pop Fiction

Stephen Andrade’s Pulp Pop Fiction

Artist Stephen Andrade loves to make realistic pulp fiction or Choose Your Own Adventure covers based on popular series such as Rick and Morty, Labyrinth and Seinfeld. Prints of the Get Schwifty cover will be available on Gallery1988’s Rick and Morty exhibit.

Marvel Civil War II Variant Covers

Marvel Civil War II Variant Covers

Marvel hired freehand phenom Kim 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.

Icons Unmasked (The Book)

Icons Unmasked (The Book)
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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.

Star Wars Vehicles by Size

Star Wars Vehicles by Size

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.

Rlon Wang’s Illustrations

Rlon Wang’s Illustrations

Rlon Wang makes large, incredibly detailed and amazingly colored illustrations based on East Asian folklore and art. We don’t know how he colors his work, but he does at least the base sketch by hand.

Dogs of the Marvel Universe

Dogs of the Marvel Universe

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.

Miyazaki x Hasui Prints

Miyazaki x Hasui Prints
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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″.

Superpowered Post-Punk Marvels

Superpowered Post-Punk Marvels

Butcher Billy’s new series of superhero-themed mashups features post-punk and new wave artists such as The Smiths, Siouxsie and the Banshees and Devo. Get them on various merch on Red Bubble.

Kindle Cover Disasters

Kindle Cover Disasters

A photoblog that highlights Kindle ebooks with hilariously awful titles and even worse covers, from the world’s most unscientific scifi cover to the best title and art combo that we’ve ever seen. We can die now.

Zoomquilt

Zoomquilt

Nikolas Baumgarten’s Zoomquilt 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.

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