Illustrator Andrew Tarusov had fun making a series of posters readapting old Disney movies, inspired by the universe of Tim Burton. Through his illustrations, he revisited and mixes the genres in a very surprising way : we find the beloved “big eyes” of the director, a dark and gothic atmosphere.
Italian architect and illustrator Federico Babina is back with a new series titled Interheroes , at the crossroads of architecture, pop culture and illustration.
Mumbai-based illustrator Raj Khatri revisits famous movie posters with digital brushstrokes of vibrant colors. Through abstract shapes, the artist wants to merge the viewer in the atmosphere of the movie by stimulating his imagination.
Macedonian graphic designer Gorgi Janevski created a series of posters in tribute to David Bowie and how he was always searching to be more than just a human.
The Icelandic artist James Merry enjoys embroidering flowers over the logos of famous brands, embellishing the Nike, Adidas or Fila logos with delicate vegetal compositions.
Here is the Rubik’s Cake , an impressive geometric pastry created by the talented French chef Cedric Grolet ! This appetizing creation in tribute to the famous Rubik’s Cube is served in the Le Dali restaurant of the prestigious hotel Le Meurice .
Italian architecture student Davide Trabucco makes combinaisons that associate two different time periods, two artistic genres, two stylistic & mediums approaches.
Strong by its possession of important licences in cinema, as Pixar bought in 2006, Marvel in 2009 and Star Wars in 2012, we will see a lot of movies from The Walt Disney Company in 2017.
Before Banksy’s Dismaland park, painter Jeff Gillette depicted on his canvases a park called “Dismayland”, a post-apocalyptic interpretation of Disneyland, with destructed structures and fields full of wastes.
The Studio Ghibli ’s creations are famous for their animation and poetry but also through their enchanting original soundtracks. The NTS radio based in London, published a one-hour mix, gathering the original soundtrack of the most beautiful creations from 1986 to 1992, from My Neighbor to Grave of the Fireflies including Porco Rosso .
French artist Travis Durden , previously featured on Fubiz, uses 3D modelling techniques to incrust Batman and his vehicles in pictures from others photographer as Jason Koxvold , Kristina Kostadinova , Matt Lambros , Ed Freeman , Alicia Rius et Antti Viitala , all behind pictures in abandoned places and monuments.
The work with crochet hoot doesn’t have any secret anymore for the Polish artist Kamila Krawczyk. A most important part of her work consiste in reproducing in miniature, characters and heroes of our childhood.
After studies in the 3D animation and the visual communication, the illustrator from Marseille Florian Meacci , settles down in London and started to work in freelance.
After making a focus on his poster Jaws , Polish illustrator Bartosz Kosowski comes back with new posters drawn by his hands. This time, he focused on other classics he likes : The Life Aquatic, Delicatessen, Grand Budapest Hotel, Crimson Peak, Wild At Heart and Lolita .
Marc Hom is a Danish photographer, from Copenhagen, graduate of the Danish Art Academy . He begins his career in New York, with a book of photos of the Ballet of Vienna.