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The artist Limzy creates fantastic hybrid compositions. Here, flowers and watercolor are like one, fashion glamorous dresses. The artist also creates other drawings with personal picked petals such as insects, objects and plants.
The Milanese graphic designer Marcello Pisano has created the main characters of the saga Star Wars dressed in modern street wear fashion. Anakin in Carhartt, Darth Vader and Chewbacca wearing poncho, Chubacca in adidas.
The artist Shamekh Bluwi draws sketches and fashion illustrations, published daily on his Instagram. Sometimes he cuts inside clothing patterns and juxtaposes his drawings on the landscape, textures or architectural graphics, showing the patterns of the outfits.
The illustrator Simon Koay, based in Australia, has created an original and well thought alphabet, where each letter corresponds to the first name of a superhero, taking the characteristic elements of his costume or appearance. Every detail meticulously thought will delight fans of “pop culture”.
The American artist Tim Doyle pays tribute to iconic locations of famous movies reinterpreting them in superb illustrations and representing the universe characteristic of each feature film. Star Wars to Pulp Fiction, through Fight Club, the illustrator reminds us of those places frequented by the main characters of these films. Star Wars. The Royal Tenenbaums....
The illustrator Helena Hauss, based in Paris, created this beautiful colorful illustrations done in ballpoint pen, sometimes with the help by colored pencils. Every detail and every line are meticulously drawn and colored, giving the impression that the subjects are moving.
Aged 22 years, Morgan Davidson has an amazing drawing technique. Using his colored pencils and watercolor, she adds textures and shading on her illustrations, from woman mouth to eye’s details.
The digital creations of the Dutch artist Rik Oostenbroek vary between graphics and abstract sculptural representations. It creates effects of highly visual textures that resemble cracks and splashes of solidified paint.
The Russian illustrator Viktor Miller-Gausa created a series of digital portraits of famous figures of the cinema and music. His creations are very loyal to the expressions and characteristics of subjects that are immediately recognizable as Charlize Theron and Tom Brady, the last hero Mad Max. Kevin Spacey. Chris Pratt. Tom Hardy. Charlize Theron. Woodkid.