Ian Short Film


“Ian” is a beautiful short film in every aspect, from the storytelling to the aesthetics. Based on a true story that keeps you wanting more for the beauty the artists put into this work.

“A short film that appeals to emotions. A crush on the heart so that we all participate in the construction of a more inclusive world.

Ian was born with cerebral palsy. Like everyone else, he wants to have friends. Like no one, he needs to work hard to get it. Discrimination, bullying and indifference keep him away from his beloved playground. But Ian won’t give up easily and will achieve something amazing.

Ian is not alone. In Argentina there are five million people with disability. In the world, more than a billion. Inclusion is vital for our society, it makes us richer, more diverse and more just.”

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Wood Art – Meni Chatzipanagiotou

Kubo and the Two Strings

“Go Behind the scenes of the new Laika Studios Kubo and the Two Strings in 3 new Making Of showing their process, mixing technology & Stop Motion. Kubo lives a quiet, normal life in a small shoreside village until a spirit from the past turns his life upside down by re-igniting an age-old vendetta. This causes all sorts of havoc as gods and monsters chase Kubo who, in order to survive, must locate a magical suit of armor once worn by his late father, a legendary Samurai warrior.”

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“Showing a comprehensive body of work that ranges from sculptures, installations, drawings to wide scope of different canvas pieces, the Barcelona-based artist proved all the high expectations about this show to be completely grounded. His unique blend of knowledge, witty creativity and massive artistic talent, resulted in strong and large body of work that speaks volumes. Tackling some of the most sensitive subjects, the pieces comment on environmental, political, economical or social issues that everyone can recognize. Using unexpected twists, visual illusions or bizarre paradoxes, Pejac creates images that attract attention and get the mind working. Pieces often include familiar imagery, whether from every day life or art history, and twist them around in order to pass on a strong message. Subtle yet powerful, the entire body of work consisting of over 30 pieces surely deserves the attention it is getting. Cleverly installed in a coherent showing, the entire exhibition has almost a narrative feel from the effective ball pit installation at the beginning until the “last” contemporary take on the iconic photograph of Buddhist monk self-immolation. —Sasha Bogojev” Via Juxtapoz

I’m on Etsy! Custom Drawings!

I am now selling my artwork and custom original drawings on Etsy! Please check out my shop!


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Peter Aurisch – Tattoos







More at his site.

Justine Ashbee – Illustrations






More at the portfolio site.

Pat Perry – Illustrations






More at the portfolio site.

Matt Lyon – Illustrations






More at his site.

Smurf Sighting – Nate Hallinan


Country: USA

Software: Photoshop

What if Smurfs were real?

The Smurf is actually the result of a symbiotic relationship between two organisms. We believe that Smurfs put their ’embryos’ in the button of a developing mushroom. From a distance, Smurfs seem like they are wearing a hat and pants but as you can see this is a fallacy. The fungus provides camouflage and protective epidermal layers for the creature, while the creature provides nutrients and mobility for the spreading of spores.

Smurfs are believed to be a hunter gatherer society. As you can see, this little guy is returning from a successful venture. It is generally difficult to spot a Smurf; they are very apprehensive and cunning. Sadly though, it is rumored that they are hunted for their medicinal properties. It’s hard to determine but it is thought that there are not many colonies of Smurf left. More at CGTalk.

Blue Goose Food Branding

Glennz Illustration Process

Ileana Surducan – Silent Comics

Kenji Alucky – Stipple Tattoos

Great Doodlers

Irvin Ranada


Matthieu Bessudo


Pat Perry


Justine Ashbee


Kerby Rosanes


Saddo Jdero


Lisa Krasse


Jim Bradshaw


Sagaki Keita


Lei Melendres


Johanna Basford


Rowan Tedge


James Jean


Ernst Haeckel – Plant Forms in Nature

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Tugboat Printshop – The Moon

The illustration of the moon was first drawn with a pen onto a piece of 3/4″ birch plywood incorporating various topographical features of the actual moon. See more at Tugboat Printshop.

Manabu Ikeda – Monumental Pen and Ink Drawings

Ikeda works in areas measuring roughly 4″ square, spending eight hours a day, often for years, on a single drawing that can eventually dominate an entire wall.

Nate Hallinan – Smurf Sighting


Alexis Kadonsky – Furry Monster Digital Painting



My character concept for my first 3D fur usage in Maya.

Digital Painting

Check out more at www.alexiskadonsky.com

and at my Facebook page, I would love some feedback!

Ed Fairburn – Map Portraits





Vasilis Avramidis – Surreal Paintings

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Dirk Dzimirsky – Drawings

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When you first see these images, you will immediately believe that you are looking at a photograph. But, on the contrary, the detailed black and white portraits in front of you are actually impressive line drawings by artist Dirk Dzimirsky. Using photographs as his inspiration, the artist sets up basic proportions and then draws layer upon layer to get these undeniably realistic faces.

Dzimirsky first started drawing in this style because he says, “It was a direct reaction to the beauty mania in the media, the ongoing removal of human imperfections. You can’t see a non-photoshopped image in magazines these days,” and he believes that those kinds of images are “like anti-art because it just lies to [people].”

As a result, Dzimirsky draws what he sees, and includes everything from blemishes, to gray hairs, to wrinkles. Through light and shadow, and layers of lines, dots, and textures, he builds natural representations of expressive human faces that portray a certain reality and capture the emotional essence of each figure. Via MyModernMet.

Bedow and The310Investigator- Money Worlds Made from Country’s Own Currency








hey say that money makes the world go round but these creatively designed maps give that saying a whole new meaning. Swedish design studio Bedow, run by creative director Perniclas Bedow, produced the world map, above, using international coins. Each continent is formed out of the region’s varied native currencies. There is said to be a total of 3,000 coins used for the innovative piece.

Alternatively, redditor The310Investigator created a world map featuring paper currency. With the handy use of photo manipulation, the artist was able to cut the different banknotes into the shape of their respective countries and piece them together like a giant money jigsaw puzzle. After the artist’s 12 hours of digital labor, we’re treated to a map that showcases what a colorful world we live in! Via MyModernMet.

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