Brazilian photographer Marcos Alberti came up with an interesting concept for a photo series. A four panel image showing a subject as they transition from sober to a little tipsy. In this series Marcos had the subject drink a glass of wine between each shot. The result shows how the subject loosened up a bit as they transitioned away from sobriety
Hong Kong based artist Tik Ka is known for the “So Ha” Art, demonstrating different aspects of traditional Chinese culture with lovable baby characters. In his latest series he’s mashed up some of our favorite Star Wars characters and rendered them as Chinese babies.
(Translations of the Fai Chun captions are below the images)
冬暖夏涼 – Here’s wishing you stay warm during winter and cool during summer. So here’s hoping Luke stays warm while in Hoth.
Chicago based artist Alex Solis creates incredible mashup illustrations featuring pop-culture characters in his series “Icons Unmasked.”
Everyone always wants to make the sweet and elegant Disney Princesses into risque pin ups and now this collection from L.A. based illustrator Andrew Tarusov joins the club with his new Princess Pin Up collection. You may remember Andrew from when he previously gave the Game of Thrones girls a pin up makeover.
Utah based artist and photographer John Poppleton’s series Black Light Bodyscapes is an amazing mix of body painting, black lights, and photography. The soft landscape art with models acting as the canvas become illuminated by the black light to make incredible portraits