Pop Coulture by Hillary White / wytrab8
Hillary’s brand new exhibit “Pop Coulture” will be showing at Nosh Kitchen Bar in Portland, Maine through the month of February and focuses on Hillary’s uncanny Victorian-style portraiture of infamous geek icons, presented as the true Internet-era nobility they were always meant to be.
Marla by Vlad Rodriguez
My man Vlad brings Helena Bonham Carter’s “Marla” from Fight Club to miserable life with these prints available at bigcartel. The little scratch on the roof of your mouth that would heal if only you could stop tonguing it… but you can’t.
Temperament by Isobel Wood
Identifying incriminating facial expressions is a key in determining guilt, but with the faces blurred out, we’ll just have to rely on the evidence to prove these animals’ crimes.
The Legend of Zelda Portraits by Dudu Torres
You know what my favorite thing is about the Zelda series? TRICK QUESTION, I like everything about it. Count hyper-realistic artistic portraits as one more. And this is just the beginning: Dudu plans on doing a portrait for all of the Sages from Ocarina, beginning with Darunia above. Check out the work in progress shots below (zelda treasure noise~!):
Insect Family Portraits by Matthias Lenke
Matthia’ high magnified photography captures the cheeky visages of the insectoid kingdom’s many family members. Look at those smiles! Such beautiful mandibles and probosces! Check out more creepy crawlies at Matthias’ flickr.
Bloody Good Celebrity Portraits by Vlad Rodriguez
Vlad’s realistic celebrity paintings are far from perfect: they’re scratched, bruised, and broken, much like the real world counterparts they imitate. Hey, I dont want to die without any scars.
Blessed Ecstasy (by German Pardo)
[65/87] HOLDING THE LIGHT (by Christopher Tran)
(by Stephen Beadles)
Shock value. (by David Talley)