Olly Moss explores the age old process of silhouette portraiture by giving it a clever modern twist. Check out the seemingly endless supply of creations here to test your movie and pop culture knowledge.
Father’s Day is June 19th
Nothing says “Thanks Dad, for all you do for me” like a gift of Sinister Monkeys, Bigfoot/Wookie/Wolfman portrait, Tiki, Googie Sign or Victorian superheroes. With Father’s Day fast approaching visit the Etsy shop for these and loads more great gift ideas.
The next chapter in the BioShock universe, BioShock Infinite is sure to follow in its predecessor’s footsteps with lush worlds to explore and killer graphics. Behold the beautiful “Bucking Bronco” ad created by Mike Swiderek.
Whimsical and imaginative creations from William S. Stone.
Great use of limited color palette and shapes from Matt Taylor.
This crafty fox has taken on the job of guarding the hen house.
Just added to the Etsy shop.
Some fun character design from Kenny Harris over on Sick Sheep.
Lush colors and textures from artist Charlie Immer.
Creative collection of custom Stormtrooper helmets viewable HERE.
Beautifully understated representation of menacing evil by artist Graham Pilling.
Intriguing and beautiful images executed in the form of graphite on paper by artist Ethan Murrow.
Artist Joe Liles creates a beautiful tree design using copper circuit board shapes.
Fun paintings, drawings and 3D projects from artist Kevin Cyr.
Petros Chrisostomou photographs small-scale, ordinary, ephemeral objects in architectural models that he constructs himself, creating imaginative juxtapositions.
After being beaten into a brain-damaging coma by five men outside a bar, Mark builds a 1/6th scale World War II-era town in his backyard. Mark populates the town he dubs “Marwencol” with dolls representing his friends and family and creates life-like photographs detailing the town’s many relationships and dramas.
What begins as a form of therapy for both the physical and emotional trauma of his attack soon develops into something much more.
Artist Hyungkoo Lee outfits models with a clear dome embedded with key areas of magnification. The results can range from humorous to nightmarish.
Wonderful character animation from Rodney Selby for this music video for Danger Beach. Directed by Ned Wenlock.