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girlsbydaylight:

Ghibli by saya on pixiv

cross-connect:

Slava Nesterov aka Slava Triptih (previously) is really talented young illustrator from Perm, Russia.

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xombiedirge:

Custom Painted Wonder Woman Her Chair by Aype Beven

willtempest:

Will Tempest - Weeping Veins

Made for the Comics Workbook Composition Competition 2014.

8bitmonkey:

robertwilsoniv:<—- Follow!

The fine folks at the Dallas Comic Con asked me to do an illustration of The Iron Giant for their Fan Appreciation Day last week. Tim McCanlies, screenwriter of The Iron Giant and creator of Smallville, was at the show signing the prints and being a super nice guy.

comicsalliance:

WATCH FRANCIS MANAPUL DRAW A CANADIAN HERO PUNCHING OUT HITLER FOR THE JOHNNY CANUCK KICKSTARTER [VIDEO]

By Andrew Wheeler

While Captain America is perhaps fictional history’s best-known Hitler-puncher, he is far from the only hero to sock old Adolf in the jaw — and now Canada gets its turn courtesy of Francis Manapul‘s fundraiser sketch for the Johnny Canuck Kickstarter. The Toronto-based Detective Comics co-writer and artist filmed himself as he sketched, and the video offers a fascinating glimpse of his process.

Like Nelvana of the Northern Lights and Brok Windsor, Johnny Canuck is one of the lost Canadian comic heroes of the 1940s, a time when American comics weren’t allowed into Canada because of restrictions on non-essential trade. Long out of print, a new generation may get to enjoy his adventures thanks to this Kickstarter.

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claireonacloud:

My first book, ONCE UPON A CLOUD with Dial Press at Penguin is finally finished! Its up for preorder -here- and will be in stores in Spring 2015. These are some of the pages of characters little Celeste meets in the story. 

cross-connect:

Jeff Simpson Art

Illustrator/concept artist based in Montreal Quebec. Currently employed at Eidos Montreal as concept artist.

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fer1972:

Papercut Illustrations by Eiko Ojala


Alex Toth's Black Canary

Alex Toth's Black Canary

Alex Toth's Black Canary
Alex Toth's Black Canary

xombiedirge:

Superhero Illustrations by Rahmat M Handoko

brianmichaelbendis:

Bill Sienkiewicz 1990: Classics Illustrated #4: Herman Melville’s Moby Dick

When First Comics and Berkley Publishing joined forces to revive the venerable Classics Illustrated series, Sienkiewicz was attracted to the prospect of adapting a classic book to help transform the image of the comics medium:

More than anything, the superheroes have perpetuated this perception of the medium as being just for children. But that’s like saying, ‘There are only these kinds of movies’ or ‘There are only those kinds of movies,’ and then along comes Citizen Kane. To me, the comic-book medium is a way of using words and pictures together to say more than either the words or the pictures alone.  

[emphasis added]

— Entertainment Weekly

just-art:

Weapons of Color by Brent Estabrook

cross-connect:

Marc Giai-Miniet  is a French artist who makes creepy and fascinating dioramas that tend to feature reproductions of human organs, crime scenes, submarines in basements and wait for it … libraries.

The miniature tableaus are terrific examples of art’s ability to transform seemingly predictable, mundane scenarios into absurd, freakish, and beautiful visual experiences.

Giai-Miniet’s libraries are detailed and striking, replete with book cover art, author names, and identifiable typography. Occasionally a diorama’s title will conjure a loose narrative, an obscure starting point from which the viewer might further consider the art via

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