A new series of images by French illustrator, painter and graphic designer Pez (Pierre-Yves Riveau) called Distroy twists some of our most recognizable childhood and pop-culture icons, giving them a new, terrifying, gritty and urban appearance. His work is both inviting and unsettling because he takes familiar icons from pop culture and/or our childhood and tears them apart, making them seem decayed and far less innocent.
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German advertising agency Jung von Matt created a wonderful minimalist ad campaign for Lego which not only looks great but also forces us to ‘Imagine”. It’s great not just because of its aesthetics but because it delivers a strong message – LEGO will put your imagination to work. However, copyranter and adland.tv have pointed out that the idea might be a rip-off of a fan-created Lego artwork that appeared earlier than this ad campaign.
Animators think that a line here and a line there is nothing wrong when creating a cartoon character?
While you might be used to seeing odd-shaped cartoon character faces on TV – somehow I doubt that you would want to meet anyone with such physiognomies in the real world. Thank god we can safely take a look at how cartoon characters would look in the real life without ever meeting these pervert-looking monsters.