Drawing / Illustration
20 years after her death, Cameron finally has the spotlight.
A book for people of all ages and genders who are united in one common purpose: to celebrate femininity while feeling free to color outside the lines.
In response to some of the brutal crackdowns on the Occupy movement across the nation, a group of artists — both well-known and lesser-known — have come together to create the Police Brutality Coloring Book.
Youtube user OtaKing77077 has created a fantastic, anime style, Star Wars battle sequence. The video is not hosted on his page, for some reason, but rather that of another user, who took the video and paired it with a rather blah metal song. Despite the lame music, the animation is top notch and, in our […]
Christopher Conn Askew is an artist with no formal training who worked as a tattoo artist from 1990 until 2006, when he gave up his tattoo machines to focus on mediums other than skin. We showed a piece of his work on our Facebook page not too long ago, and thought he deserved more than […]
Disney heroes and heroines always win in the end, but as we’ve seen before, not everyone feels the same. Artist Justin Turrentine, aka deviantART user justin-mctwisp, has created a brilliant series of illustrations depicting infamous Disney villains celebrating their own happy endings. His other illustrations are just as fantastic; some are mock-ups of what character […]
San Francisco gallery Spoke Art recently had an incredible exhibition called Mucho Machismo, with various artists’ takes on action icons from the 1980s. It had all the era’s biggest names, and for a reasonable price, you can still buy limited-edition prints of your favorites. We thought we’d share a few of our favorites here. Alan […]