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Kat Brunnegraff Paints Expressive Pokémon Among The Stars [Art]

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Kat Brunnegraff

Kat Brunnegraff is on a mission to paint all 151 original Pokémon. But she puts her own spin on their simple shapes, giving them tiny expressions of self-satisfaction, uncertainty or disdain, and painting them against a retro motif of stars.

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Dietrich Rosteck Paints Ponies On Paxil And Mickey Mouse Nightmares [Art]

Sometimes a dash of realism can make a scene even more bizarre. Dietrich Rosteck uses classic painting techniques to illustrate bizarre, dreamlike images of robots in love, goat-headed criminals and ghosts in the land of gumdrops.

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Benjamin F. Guy Paints Giant Sci-Fi Helmets On Little Children [Art]


If you unmasked the children in Benjamin F. Guy's HELM series, they would probably be classic portraiture subjects: happy children in clean clothes sitting atop their tricycles and bounded around sandboxes. But Guy has added a touch that transforms these children into objects of fascination, overwhelming them with giant helmets from Star Wars, Met

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Simon Monk Paints Superhero Action Figures Trapped In Their Protective Plastic Bags [Art]


Years ago, while babysitting my cousin's three-year-old daughter, I was delighted to discover that she owned a complete set of Star Wars action figures in a carrying case shaped like Darth Vader's helmet. Her fat

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Daniel Danger Paints Haunting Houses and Faceless Giants [Art]


Sometimes, there is nothing better than a good crumbling house, a once elegant estate now rotting at the roof and floorboards, given over to the ghosts and wolves. There's a quietly apocalyptic feel to Daniel Danger's paintings, in which tiny cartoon figures inspect the remains of great, gothic homes, highway graveyards and carnivals fallen into disrepair

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Sharon Moody Paints Classic Comics From Another Perspective [Art]


There's painting comics and then there's painting comics. Take artist Sharon Moody's trompe l'oeil take on classic Marvel and DC superhero titles like Spider-Man, Fantastic Four and Superman, for example. Rather than going the Alex Ross route and painting comic book stories, the artist is using a photorealistic sty

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Superhero Renaissance Mashup Paintings


A few years back, Worth1000 had a photoshopping contest where it asked readers to combine superheroes and Renaissance paintings in interesting ways. The result were hugely entertaining -- particularly if you have any familiar with t

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