I recently started on a musical themed poster, So I do what is normally my first step and looked for some inspiration. When I came across this collection from gomediazone I had to share it, Enjoy.
Sylvain Sarrailh’s ‘Badass’ series has given us all a unique interpretation of our favourite childhood characters. The French illustrator gives his work a darker, more adult mannered style.
We see Alice experiencing wonderland through the influence of drugs, A Winnie the Pooh you might not want to cuddle with, As well as bank robbing Huey, Dewey & Louie.
These cute little egg-shaped characters will have you smiling as you recognise famous movie characters like Darth Vader of Star Wars, who seamlessly transitions into Indiana Jones, who then transforms into Freddy and Jason.
So I know I haven’t posted anything in a very long while, but I’m back behind the screen ready to bring you guys some awesome new content with a fresh blog layout. Moving along swiftly… The minute I first discovered websites with parallax scrolling, I was memorized.
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60 days ago The Mandela Poster Project was launched, The project aimed to collect exceptional posters from around the world and collate them into an online publication and travelling exhibition. I came across the Facebook page and simply had to contribute and have been following it’s progress till today.
Their initial intention was to obtain 95 submissions but have ended up with over 700 from 70 different countries. I’ve selected 67 of my favourite ones as part of my Mandela Day Contributions but you can find more info about the project as well as view all the posters on their Facebook page
Well with Father’s day just having passed here in South Africa, I thought I’d share some info about the guy who makes these lunch bags for his kids. He has got to be the best father in the whole world. He draws on his kids’ lunch bags during his own lunch break. That way, they can be the coolest cats in the cafeteria. What kid wouldn’t be proud to carry his or her lunch to school in a bag with an original work of art on the front?