Back in 2011 we featured for the first time the work of phenomenal artist Olly Moss. He kept doing top notch art, filled with pop culture references and awesome subjects. Check out a brief update on his work! Game of Thrones, Guardians of the Galaxy, Breaking Bad and more... Olly is a best when it comes to cool inspiration! Of course, these are only a handful of his latest work. For much more, please visit his Tumblr! I hope you enjoy these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
Unconventional Heroes 2 is a follow up to the series of rides inspired by pop culture icons from movies to cartoons. The difference is that the rides are different from what anyone would expect, like a Citroen H Van for the A-Team. The quality of the illustrations is top notch as usual and Gerald Bear, the author, even shared a little walkthrough GIF for one of them. So check it out. Gerald Bear is a Graphic Design and Illustrator from Mila, Italy. For more information check out his Behance profile at https://www.behance.net/geraldbear
It's always a great day when you find a real slick set of works like these by artist David Barton, aka Limpfish. These are his take on famous fine art pieces, mixing it up with pop culture elements, like Star Wars and The Simpsons. These are definitely a must have. Yes... you can have these. You may buy them at his shop at Imagekind. Unfortunately for me the worldwide shipping costs more than the print itself, so no "Seurat's Monday Morning in Chicago" for me. But you may buy his prints and visit his portfolio for more information! Show him some love so that he feels the urge to make more, because we NEED more of these!! I hope you like it. Cheers. ;) Seurat’s Monday Morning in Chicago Rembrandt’s Homer Simpson Groundskeeper Willie Van Gogh Monet’s Vader with a Parasol Girl with the Pearl.. Necklace Apu Dali American Gothic
Time for more great illustrations here at Abduzeedo! This time, we're featuring Martin Ansin, an artist who has done some super great pieces for Mondo and many other clients, such as Wired Magazine, Rolling Stone and more. Martin is from Uruguay, and it's pretty awesome to see artists from South America doing great worldwide work. These are some of his images, and for more I recommend you to visit his personal portfolio. He'll definitely enjoy your visit. I hope you enjoy these as much as I did. Cheers, and have a great weekend. ;)
It's no mystery that I tend to enjoy pop culture-inspired artworks. Now, add some sweet Game of Thrones references to any work and you good me hooked at a blink of an eye. After the Red Wedding, the internet is just crying for some good GoT content. I really thought about making a post only about Mike Wrobel's GoT pieces, but that would not make full justice for him, since his work is so awesome. It was necessary to share more than a couple images... I just had to show you these excellent illustrations of his. Based in Tokyo, Mike sure knows his pop culture. I mean, look at this sweet The Thing poster. Bad ass, man. Bad ass. For more of his work, check out his tumblr! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)
RE-VISION — POP CULTURE ICONS Now that flat design seems to be the biggest trend nothing better than some really cool cultural icons illustrated in a very minimal style. We are talking about the Re-Vision Postcards by Forma & Co. I don't remember posting about this, but they are simply awesome and definitely deserve a post. Making off More postcards Re-Vision is an exercise in style and synthesis of different cultural icons. This is a serie of portraits of the most representative characters of comic books, films, sports, television and music.