Artist Patrick Shownmaker has taken some of our favorite Star Wars characters and given them a fun cartoon makeover in this ongoing series
We’ve seen countless images and illustrations of Disney princesses being re-imagined into various different roles or forms so we decided it was time to give our female fans something to enjoy. Illustrator David Kawena has taken some of the leading male figures of famous Disney movies and given them a hunk makeover. Although some didn’t really need one to begin with, David’s portrayal of these characters make things a little more steamy
Former DreamWorks animator Jason Porath has a list of princesses you won’t see in the Disney lineup any time soon. His new site RejectedPrincesses.com highlights these characters with a rundown of their unnerving back story.
Introducing Wu Zetian, first and only Empress of China — seen here poisoning her infant daughter. Now, that’s actually a bit of a historical inaccuracy: the generally-accepted truth was that she *strangled* her young daughter, to frame the old queen and get her out of the way. It worked — both the old queen and the old queen’s mother were executed, and haunted her from that point forward. I thought they’d make good comic relief characters in the movie adaptation. From there, she ascended to be Emperor Gaozong’s predominant consort, and set about eradicating all other claimants to the throne. Continue Reading
Back before the days of Photoshop, artists needed models to help inspire them to create the classic pin-up style illustrations that were popular in the 50s. These examples show the images behind the pin-up.
Australian illustrator and artist Dave Collinson’s series “Famous Buddies” pays tribute to the famous duos of pop culture
From Breaking Bad to Pulp Fiction, Jackie Chan and Chris Tucker in Rush Hour, even Wayne and Garth. Some of the best duos are here