Eric Dufresne has a fresh take on superhero art with this collection. You might recognise some iconic superheroes among these shapes. Tempted? You can view more of Eric’s work over at his Society6 store. Pick up one of these prints at Society6.
Artist NYCHOS has a whole series of good but slightly freaky superhero and pop culture art. We get to the see the familiar outside of the superhero along with their insides, exploded into layers just like a fantastic biology book. Bonus Yoda
Seungjin Woo is a concept artist who’s worked on Star Trek: Beyond. In fact, it’s his first feature film. However, the Vancouver based artist has oodles of experience at places like Double Negative, The Coalition Studio and Behaviour Interactive. His art is detailed and careful and yet conjures up broad strokes of imagination and wonder. […]
The first week of July is Superhero Week here on Geek Native. Let’s start with something… strange. Superheroes with their pants down. [I want to have this] You can buy Notsniw Art’s piece as a print for your wall over at Society6. It would certainly be a conversation starter, right? Not sure about Hulk though. […]
Dawn Pu is an illustrator based in China. In Dawn’s Deviant Art collection you’ll find fan art, you’ll find gorgeous backgrounds and landscapes and you’ll find anime. The latter combine nicely; lovely backgrounds with anime style people. You can see that combination in the lead image above.
Check out artist David Szilagyi’s Creepy Pokemone art project. The talented illustrator has more on display on his public Facebook page and a Patreon campaign. A pledge of just $5 gets you weekly pictures, 15-20 frames of nightmare fuel, PSD files and comics.
Snow Skadi is a somewhat mysterious Deviant Artist from Russia. Snow’s bio explains that the artist isn’t always able to reply to notes and mesages. The majority of Snow’s work involves landscape and an interesting range of colours. You won’t see much in the way of blue skies. If you like what you see then […]
Local artist and native of Geek Native’s Edinburgh Ian McQue has a range of fantastic illustrations on show. He’s bot blogged for a while but pop over to
Jonas Åkerlund has an impressive range of styles. His professional profile keeps a focus on his work, rather than bragging sites, citing freelance and personal work. You can check him out on Deviant Art.
Looking for some inspiration? In search for some interesting locations to set your next tabletop RPG encounter and give your players something to think about? Artist Raphael Lacoste might be your muse. You can sample Raphael’s work below, on Facebook, Deviant Art and official site.