This handpicked collection of inspiring surreal / creepy illustrations are made by Brian Smith from Pasadena, California. Most of Brian’s artworks are for sale, so if interested, make sure to visit his web site. Enjoy!
Christina Tsevis is an illustrator and visual designer from Athens, Greece who works on whimsical illustrations. Most of her characters are innocent kids in bold and vibrant colors, which provoke a massive explosion of sensitivity and curiosity.
Sam Spratt, known for his canvas prints, is a New York-based artist who graduated from the Savannah College of Art and Design in 2010 with a BFA in illustration. He created series of Canvas Prints and editorial packages that brought art to the world of tech-journalism.
Amazing digital illustrations created by the Brazilian-based artist Fred Birchal. Through minimal traits minimal traits and simply stylized details represent the characteristics, clothing and costumes of celebrities from singers, musicians and bands such as The Beatles, Daft Punk, Elvis Presley, Freddie Mercury, Jimi Hendrix, Kurt Cobain, Michael Jackson and many others, to movies protagonists and the characters of the cult TV series, such as The big bang theory, Terminator, Matrix, Dexter, Back to the future, Django, Kill Bill, Pulp Fiction, Rocky, Taxi driver, and more.
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.
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.
David Dunstan aka Loopydave is a professional illustrator coming from Australia. Almost all of his works start out as pencil sketches and are then painted in Photoshop. His work has appeared in magazines, books, billboards and tv commercials.
Tony Foti is a freelance illustrator who has created art for such staples of the fantasy genre as Star Wars. He has won several awards, illustrated for many of the world’s top fantasy games, designed characters and rendered for the video game industry, created ads, book covers, and was has been featured in galleries across the country.