If Picasso was alive today, he would be doing nerdy tattoos. I’m sure of it. Fortunately, we have Mike Boyd of The Circle tattoo shop in Soho, London. You might want to drop him a line if you’re interested in his cubist-style work. The lines are just so damn clean! Check out more examples below. [click to continue…]
The artist known as NoFlutter is legendary for inspiring cosplay with her art, and I’m sure that we’ll be seeing some of these steampunk DC superheroine designs come to life in the near future (the Batgirl is especially awesome). Check out more below. [click to continue…]
This couture gown was created by artistic duo Carnovsky and Nuvango as part of the art exhibit RGB: A VOYAGE. It’s beautiful on its own, but wait until you see how it reacts to colored light. [click to continue…]
Cosplay based on fan art is one of our favorite things, so that’s where my brain went immediately upon seeing this Tim Burton-inspired mashup creature by DeviantArtist heckthor.
Man, it would be magnificent if someone could pull it off. Check out the entire work below. [click to continue…]
Just when you thought you’ve seen every possible Disney princess mashup, Greco of archibald.art comes along and delivers a series of illustrations featuring Disney ladies as Victoria’s Secret runway models. As you’ll see, the designs are actually quite beautiful. [click to continue…]
Artist Linnéa, aka @pastel.ette on Instagram recently embarked on a series of illustrations featuring Disney princesses in various hairstyles and outfits. At the moment, the lineup includes Rapunzel, Moana and Merida, but more are likely to follow. Check out the rest of the series below. [click to continue…]
Artist Ástor Alexander’s Witcher noir fan art series has been perfectly reproduced by some spectacular Witcher cosplayers—Toph is Ciri, Iris is Yennefer, Anna is Triss and Andrew as Geralt. Photos by MilliganVick. Check out more pics from the series below. [click to continue…]
This fan art featuring Disney princesses in gorgeous kimonos by Twitter user starshadowmagic would be yet another fantastic opportunity for cosplay—especially a group cosplay. Check out the rest of the series below. [click to continue…]
Artist Becca Who has transferred her intricate and beautiful art onto fabric to create stunning accessories and clothing that she describes as “a different kind of beautiful”. The vibrant colors and details of her work turn each of her scarves, skirts, bags and ponchos into gorgeous wearable art.
She’s also planning to make her fabric available for purchase, which I’m guessing is pretty exciting for crafty types. Check out more of her designs below. [click to continue…]
This curvy collection of Disney ladies as illustrated by Ashleigh Beevers Art is absolutely delightful. Check out more examples below, and head on over to her Etsy store if you’re interested in picking up some prints or postcards. [click to continue…]