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Archicine is a Series by illustrator and architect Federico Babina in which he has recreated famous buildings from cinematic history
American Hip Hop Culture In the Style of Norman Rockwell by Sam Spratt
Face-o-Mat is Tobias Gutmann's absolutely delightful faux-automatic portrait machine: “The interaction with machines made our daily life easier, faster and more efficient. Despite the rapid growth of technology, machines could not yet replace a simple smile, but now we have Face-o-mat.”
Using large, swift brushstrokes and irregular splatters, Korean artist Jieun Park reveals urban landscapes hidden beneath the surface of her paintings. From a distance, the broad strokes are simply a bundle of abstract lines. However, upon closer inspection, bits of an urban landscape emerge from the seemingly haphazard marks.
Animals From History | Christina Hess
Historically Significant Figures Portrayed as Cats and Dogs
Ecuador-based illustrator and Instagram user Javier Pérez has created a creative series of photo illustrations of everyday objects mixed with line drawings
Maybe it’s just us, but we feel like the National Park system is one of the most under appreciated things that this country has to offer. 400+ endangered or threatened species. Active volcanoes. Waterfalls. Tens of thousands of preserved historic and prehistoric structures. Vast expanses of untainted land to experience, document and enjoy. We like the sprawling urban metropolises as much as the next guy, but sometimes it’s nice to just disconnect and experience the world. With these Muir Way National Park Maps, you can have a reminder of your favorite park to look at whenever you want. From Arcadia to Zion, each map is printed on paper or canvas (four sizes total) in a color palette of your choosing (there are more than twenty). With twenty different parks to choose from, and all the printing options, there’s a combination almost anyone will enjoy.
In 2011, Leanne Shapton, the illustrator and writer, published a series of watercolors called “A Month of…,” which was posted online in monthly installments grouped by theme. The eighth and final collection, “Sunday Night Movies,” included thirty-one illustrated scenes from films that Shapton had watched on Sunday nights. A year later, the Canadian publisher Drawn and Quarterly asked Shapton to expand that theme into a longer book of paintings.
In his project entitled “Tales You Lose,” Brazilian artist and designer Andre Levy paints an array of pop culture portraits onto various coins from around the world