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theartofanimation:

Josh Cochran

Too beautiful. Reminds of those cover illustrations on books I read back in grade school.

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herochan:

The Iron (Man) Throne
Illustration by Eos Vector

This might be the only Stark to sit on the Iron Throne.
Oh yes. I went there.

herochan:

The Iron (Man) Throne

Illustration by Eos Vector

This might be the only Stark to sit on the Iron Throne.

Oh yes. I went there.

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heyoscarwilde:

Movie Vehicles
illustration by Damien Weighill :: via libraryshop.bigcartel.com

OH.
SHIT.

heyoscarwilde:

Movie Vehicles

illustration by Damien Weighill :: via libraryshop.bigcartel.com

OH.

SHIT.

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justinrampage:

Film, comic and gaming universes all gather on the same battlefield in Josip Kelava’s beautiful set of Hero / Villain typographic posters. (Detail Shots)

This little project is a showcase of all my favorite characters, both friendly and foe, as typographic posters representing a little of what they are about.” - Josip

Heroes and Villains by Josip Kelava (Behance) (Twitter)

I am such a geek for reblogging this, but they’re just so beautiful!

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herochan:

Batman & Pooh - By Jeff Johnson
(Via: lulubonanza)

Its an illustration of Pooh and Batman hugging.
Your argument is invalid.

herochan:

Batman & Pooh - By Jeff Johnson

(Via: lulubonanza)

Its an illustration of Pooh and Batman hugging.

Your argument is invalid.

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timetravelandrocketpoweredapes:

The Art Of Brian Rood

Brian Rood will be debuting brand new artwork at each of the shows and selling his various artist proofs from LucasFilm, Disney, Paramount, and other popular titles.

Disney Expo

Disney Booth Located in the Collectors Forum:

Brian Rood Art: C228

Scifiexpo

Check back soon for exact location at the event.

Via: svalts

Shet sa TRON. :| Gusto ko. :(

(Source: svalts)

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justinrampage:

The Avengers unite as one massive force in this amazing collaborative poster design by Ryan Meinerding, Charlie Wen and Andy Park. Marvel released the beauty to the public at this year’s SDCC. Check it out full size here.

Avengers Assembled by Ryan Meinerding, Charlie Wen and Andy Park

Via: Flooby Nooby | ComingSoon.Net

THIS.

IS.

FLIPPIN’.

AMAZING.

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Midnight trip down memory lane.

The book above was written and illustrated by Ronald Searle. He is 90. But because of wine, he is still breathing and very much alive.

But that’s not the point. Notice the illustration. for years (yes, YEARS) I have been searching for THAT specific type of drawing, just like I have been searching for the origin of the illustrations on the CRANIUM board game. But i digress.

Ever since I was a curious little boy, I have read books. Books from our home, from other people’s homes, and the school library. Most of the time, books with illustrations. And more often than not, THAT type of illustration was what stuck to my mind. Now, after fifteen years, I have found it. I just finished watching “St. Trinian’s”, (2007) and at the end there was a byline that read, “based on the book “The Girls of St. Trinian’s” by Ronald Searle. Afew google searches later, and i found this site dedicated to him, and the header was his drawing. Goosebumps followed, and the I read. (for more info, go to http://www.ronaldsearle.blogspot.com/ )

It was THESE illustrations that suddenly brought me memories of my childhood, of me borrowing books from the school library, which borrowing system was word of mouth, me reading Childcraft (come on, you know this), looking at Le Coeur de France and trying to remember, “where have I seen those figures before?” and other stuff.

His drawings and illustrations are just amazing. the attention to detail, the intricate characters and the way that they look like simple scribbles and doodles, but overall just makes sense- i love it.

My favorite illutrator has finally been named. And his name is Ronald Searle.