Tag Archives: graphic design

Who's Fat?

Alex Solis is a Chicago-based artist, that we have profiled before, namely his Inkteraction series. He is an illustrator known for creating clever cartoons, like those in his collection, “Famous Chunkies”, where he takes beloved storybook and cartoon characters, superheroes, and video game characters and depicts them as morbidly obese. His reasoning behind this collection is to raise awareness about unhealthy eating habits. This work is a unique interpretation of a growing health problem. As always, Solis retains the cleverness, detail, and poignancy as viewed in his other work. (more…)


Category: Art

Vandalized vans by Kevin Cyr

“In a culture in which people are easily lured by the appeal of status-enhancing symbols, I find beauty in derelict cars…” Kevin Cyr says. In his oil on panels old, vandalized, rusty vehicles are elevated to subjects of real portraits, main characters of modern American history. (more…)


Category: Art
Category: Art

Tarantino’s movies posters re-design

Ibraheem Youssef redisgned some famous Tarantino movie posters. Great ideas, great color schemes, super-vintage look. (more…)


Category: Art

Modern illustration by Raphaël

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…)


Category: Art

Some of the most unreadable metal band logos

A logo is a graphic mark or emblem commonly used by commercial enterprises, organizations and even individuals to aid and promote instant public recognition. Logos are (more…)


Category: Art, Grilled Records