ARTIST UNKNOWN


Amazing photo I stumbled across. Intimidating. This is another artist unknown so please let me know if you know who took this awesome photo.

ARTIST UNKNOWN


An absolutely bad-ass looking robot that I had to post up. I'd be quite happy if stormtroopers in the upcoming Disney Star Wars film looked like this. If anyone knows who the artist is please let me know.

JAMES ROPER: HYPERMASS



I usually try to avoid posting the really popular pieces on behance but I just instantly fell in love with this awesome series by James Roper (which has received a lot of attention over at behance). Check the whole series here.

KARLA POWELL: PASTEL


Great series of hair and make up (I'm not usually one to notice this sort of thing) by Karla Powell.

CLOG TWO: DIE REBEL SCUM



Great to see a new take on some old friends! More amazing work here.

ADRIAN BŁACHUT: FACES


Beautiful portrait photography by Adrian Błachut.

LIAM BRAZIER



Amazing angular and abstract pop culture illustrations by Liam Brazier. He has many more amazing pieces here.

CESAR EL DIABLO: IMPALE THE WORLD




Nice piece here by Cesar el Diablo.

CHRISTIAN WAGGONER







The internet is an enormous place (massive understatement) so massive that despite almost using it all day every day for the last ??? years I'd never come across these master pieces. If you have the coin and they aren't sold out you can buy them here.

CHAMBA: VOLTRON


A very tasty piece of fan art by Chamba. A childhood hero of mine. Check his deviantart page.

NUNO SERRÃO: ONE WAY UP




Amazingly atmospheric, dreamy shots here buy Nuno Serrão. There is a strong feeling of desolation that I really dig. More here.

ANDRE FOSTER


How bad-ass does this character look by Andre Foster. I would not want it as my arch nemesis. I love the style too, nice to see a bit of texture in the detail too. Awesome. More of Andre's work here.

CATALINA HIBBERT: CURSI


Another great piece of retro futuristic typography that was too good to not be posted.More of Catalina's work here.

AJ FARENA: SCREAM


Wow, I could stare at this for hours. It's like looking at a still taken from a nightmare. Amazing. More here.

OKSALEZAWE: SKULL





Any amazing collection of skull illustrations here! There are plenty more too, I really had to hold myself back from posting more. Check them out here.

EVRE BASAK: INSIDER


A beautiful self portrait here by Evre Baska from Istanbul, that delves deep into imagination and fairy tales. More of work here.

8-BITTY: FIRST DESIGNS NOW AVAILABLE




I'm very pleased to announce that I've finally launched my 8-bit tee brand 8-bitty! Hence the absence of new posts lately, busy busy! The first 3 designs, 8-bit zombtee, Bitman and 8-sithy are now available at www.8-bitty.com and more will follow!

ADRIAN KNOPIK


This awesome piece by Adrian Knopik is part of a series that recreates Raphael's The Three Graces. I love the use of colour and overall I think it's an amazing illustration. The whole series here.

CILER: CRÁNEO


This nightmarish piece takes me back to staying up late playing Doom as a kid. It has quite a Lovecraft feel to. Amazing work. See more of Ciler's darkness here.

JUSTIN MALLER: ECHOES





Amazing use of shape and colour here from Justin Maller. Feels very sci-fi/retro futuristic – which suits me just fine right now. Check out more of Justin's work here.

BETO JANZ: BROKEN DECKS/SKULLS









Beto Janz makes great use of discarded objects by converting old skateboard decks into gnarly skulls. This was actually part of a clever marketing campaign:
In order to promote this new spot, designer Beto Janz customized used and broken decks, using the decks to produce skulls. Stickers with the brand and the address of the new stores were applied to them and they were left on streets nearby main skateboard places around Curitiba/Brasil - Therefore, anyone who finds them, gets them. An "underground" way of promoting the store.
I would love to get my hands on one of these skulls! Beto's website is worth a look too!

PAULINE DARLEY: SHE WAITED TOO LONG





While I was living in Hamburg last year I'd go for daily walks where I'd explore the city and take photos (great fun). On one such outing I stumbled across a photoshoot with female models wearing make up similar to the photos above. It was in a quiet little street in a suburb near Altona. It was quite surprising and really made it a memorable walk – although up until seeing Pauline's photography above I'd somehow completely forgotten about it. I don't know why I didn't take a few sneaky snaps myself! Anyway, I spotted these awesome shots on behance today. I had to post them. Check out more of Pauline's photography here. The amazing make up was done by mademoisellemu.

KRZYSZTOF NOWAK


I usually tend to favour slightly darker art but I just got completely sucked into the fun factor of this tee design by Krzysztof Nowak. If I was to choose an super-galatic-hi-top-fighter this would be among my first choices. Krzysztof has many more great designs here.