Tag Archives: digital art
Toronto-based photographer Thomas Dagg makes pretty pictures in black and white in which he inserts elements of the Star Wars films. (more…)
Evgeny Kazantsev forecasts the effects of cataclysmic climate change.
The world as we’ve never seen it before — evgeny kazantsev presents a surreal look at what our cities and surroundings might look like in catastrophic conditions. the series imagines a pattern of extreme weather changes, forcing the earth’s natural and urban landscapes into ruin and disrepair. Beloved landmarks, towns and touristic sites are afflicted by heat waves, ice storms and droughts, leaving each in a state of decay and degeneration. (more…)
In this ongoing series titled Unlikely, artist and photographer Giuseppe Colarusso imagines bizarre and humorous objects, each of which is either technically impossible, improbable, or simply useless in its proposed design. Colarusso tells me via email that many of the pieces he fabricates himself, however some are digitally created in Photoshop. So what’s the point? He hopes each image will make you stop, think and hopefully bring a smile to your face, which is definitely a worthy cause. Also, I would pay top dollar for that spray paint can with adjustable hue sliders, so could somebody make that? (more…)
If you were a time traveler from a time before TVs, cell phones, and the internet you might find our time a little odd. Actually, that’s an understatement. You’d probably lose your mind at how advanced things are now. And once you got over the initial shock you’d probably think it was all stupid. I mean, selfie sticks? Really? I can’t even wrap my head around that, and I’m only 26.
I’ve got a great series of art for you to enjoy today that mashes together several classic album covers with Star Wars and other classic movies. The series comes from digital artist Steven Lear of Why the Longplay Face? The stuff that he’s come up with is really quite entertaining and amusing. I’ve included a bunch of his creations below, but you can find even more on Facebook. All of them turned out extremely well.
There’s always a bit of humor in the work of Robert Rickhoff. What at first seems like normal, even mundane pictures of the world, turn out to be fun juxtapositions of everyday objects – objects he’s digitally moved to places highly impractical for actual use. Urinals hang suspended on toilet walls, only accessible by a climbing wall; suburban streets are built with high speed jumps; and a volleyball court is placed in the center of a divided highway. (more…)
Raphaël is an illustrator for Brussels, Belgium.
He have been featured in Taschen 100 illustrators, Taschen Portraits, Illustration now 3, The Beautiful, The New age of feminine drawing, Advanced photoshop, Digital arts and many other publications, books and on the web. (more…)