Would it change your opinion of tattoos if you found out that your favorite movie star or actor was covered in them? Seattle-based artist Cheyenne Randall (whom we wrote about before here) explores this questions with his digitally-altered photos, which portray...
There's no doubt that Disney's classic stories can sometimes promote outdated or even unhealthy gender images, especially for women. Emmy Award-winning illustrator Loryn Brantz decided that she'd challenge the unhealthy body types promoted by Disney's princesses by giving them waist-lines that...
Vegetarians be warned. We're about to ruin your favorite foods, including avocados.
I made 24 different portraits from 4 close-ups of real models. Each face is divided into four parts: the shape of the face, eyes, nose and mouth. Then, by permutation, the parts are re-combined to create new faces.
My 4-year-old daughter Amelia loves to draw since she was just a toddler. Her creative expression is free and pure, so I decided to turn her drawings into unique surface patterns.
The genius mad scientist behind the SLITTENS Tumblr has managed to tap into an artery of bizarre Internet cuteness that we never even knew existed. People love both kittens and sloths, so this Tumblr blogger decided to give us the best...
Many say it's old news, but when I discovered that 75% of Ikea's catalog is computer-generated imagery, I was dumbstruck.
Rowan Atkinson, the actor behind the famously hilarious Mr. Bean and Blackadder characters, has made another foray into the pages of history thanks to caricature artist Rodney Pike. He took some of history's most famous portraits and jazzed them up by...
All of the low-poly illustrations were made by hand, line after line, poly after poly. No scripts and no automatic process. This project took me almost 3 months to complete.
I am Yann Silba-Loebnitz from France and I love capturing water in motion. I usually create Super Mario characters with a little digital manipulation.