Tag Archive: style

Suped-Up Live-Action Trailer for DESTINY Directed by Joseph Kosinski

The big marketing bucks have been splashed out for Bungie‘s latest sci-fi video game Destiny. Included in the spend is this new live-action short film made to coincide with the European release of the title.… Continue reading

Hand-Crafted Vintage Art Collages by Joe Webb (Special Guest, The Cosmos!)

UK based artist Joe Webb uses vintage magazines and assorted prints that he has collected to create some cosmically elegant hand-made collages. Webb’s work is very popular on-line with hundreds of thousands of people sharing his… Continue reading

Amazing Marvel Art and Illustrations by Mike Zeck

Mike Zeck, is an American comic book illustrator best known for his work on MARVEL‘s Captain America, Spider Man and The Punisher. Zeck began his comics career in 1974. His earlier, old school 70s-80s splash page… Continue reading

Showcase: The Awesome New TMNT Art And Other Works By Dan Duncan

Dan Duncan is an American comic book artist from Burbank, California. He has worked for well established companies like Boom! Studios, Marvel Comics, Image Comics, and various independent publishers. He is currently putting his artistic talents to use,… Continue reading

Showcase: The Amazing Unconventional Comic Art Of Rafael Grampá

Rafael Grampá is a Brazilian comic book artist, cartoonist and writer. Infusing his work with amazing lines, stunning colours and fantastic details, he puts his own unique style stamp onto everything he creates.… Continue reading

Steampunk Style Art by Brian Kesinger, Featuring: Star Wars, The Avengers and Transformers

Artist Brian Kesinger has created some awesome Steampunk renditions of Boba Fett from the Star Wars universe and other popular characters. Brian is from California, USA, check out some of his work below: Related articles… Continue reading

Showcase: The Incredible Geek Art of Boneface

“the things that make me right for this job… maybe they’re the same things that make me wrong for everything else.” Known as Boneface, this unbelievably unique UK-based artist has been active and producing awesome work since 2009. His… Continue reading

Creepily Cool Tintype Portraits by Michael Shindler

Tintypes photographs are made by capturing direct-positive images on sheets of iron, which are then blackened by painting, lacquering or enameling. Dating back as early as 1900, photographers usually worked outside at fairs,… Continue reading

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