Six design and animation studios in London have come up with a quirky 10-second animation detailing the birth of a superhero for a speed animation contest held in front of a live audience.
The teams were from Golden Wolf, Fred & Eric, Blackmeal,Territory, Animade, and Mummu. They worked on the animation during several sessions over a four-week period, and the challenge was to use the latest HP Workstation technology to show the different stages of a superhero’s life from birth to old age.
Jane-Beata is a Slovakian artist, living in Prague, Czech Republic. Most of her work is focused around portraying people and figure painting. She loves vivid colors and works in medias such as watercolor, ink, acrylic, oil or mixing media. Enjoy our picks from her portfolio.
Illustrator and graphic designer living in Cancun, Mexico, co-founder of Golpeavisa, Cesar Moreno presented in ‘Mirror, Mirror’ a series of seven paintings on wood in which transfers the classic world of Pin-up to hyper technological moment in the we live
Born and bred in Hong Kong, the multifaceted Stanley wears different hats as an illustrator, designer, concept artist, creative director and co-founder of Imaginary Friends Studios — a world acclaimed digital art studio that produces high quality artworks for the likes of Capcom, DC Comics, Square Enix and other giants in the entertainment and gaming industry. Formally trained in graphic design and advertising, Stanley’s art is imbued with a strong sense of aesthetics and visual fluidity.
The artist Liam Brazier created this Cubist Superhero series. The collection includes heroes from both the world of Marvel and DC Comics including Batman, Superman, Iron Man, Captain America, The Incredible Hulk, Flash, and the poster boy of Marvel himself, Spider-Man.
Website Worth1000 has run an on-going series of photo manipulation contests—titled “Superhero ModRen”—that challenges members of its community to paint comic book superheroes into classic Renaissance artworks. The submissions to the series vary in style, but many of them are actually very well done—in some cases, the superhero elements blend so seamlessly with the original paintings, prompting one to contemplate what the Renaissance would look like if they had superheroes back then.
French illustrator Nicolas Bannister has created nostalgic illustrations of cars from famous movies and TV shows.
From the van in Breaking Bad to James Bond’s iconic submarine in The Spy Who Loved Me, these posters celebrate the key roles that these iconic cars played in the films and TV series we know and love.
Las Vegas illustration team Ninjabot has created some fantastic illustrations that show the origin of some of our favorite superheroes and villains. The series of art prints will ask you to take a trip down memory lane as you remember how your childhood heroes all came to be.
In this series called Zombie Portraits, the artist, Andre De Freitas imagines various characters from the world of animation – Batman, Ironman, Tin-Tin, Raphael from Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles and many others. The majority of his works, is a combination of photography, illustration and foto manipulation.