Blog for visual inspiration; mainly illustration/street art/concept art/photography/comedy.
3D-Printed 32-Bit ‘Final Fantasy VII' Figures
These FFVII figures by Joaquin Baldwin are freaking incredible! Those blocky PS1 graphics lend themselves quite nicely to toy form. Each piece if available for purchase here.
The original script called for Shaun to beat Mary and the hulking zombie with a girl’s bicycle.
Shaun of the Dead (2004)
Supersonic recently had the chance to visit the awesome joint studio of Kali Ciesemier and Sam Bosma. Sam and Kali are both graduates of the excellent art school MICA (Maryland Institute College of Art) and live in Baltimore (And teach at MICA - I wish I had had them as my teachers). The two artists explore a broad range of different ideas and themes throughout their bodies of work. Kali works exclusively digitally while Sam goes through a thumbnail and sketch process, sometimes coloring with traditional paint and sometimes painting with Photoshop to finish his work. Check out a multitude of images of their studio after the jump:
Heroine and Villainesses
A new wrapping paper design I created for Urban Graphic’s Toasted range.
Soon to be available from a variety of stockists!
Footaction X ADIDAS
This was so long it couldn’t fit (oh my) so I split it in two parts. Commission I did for Adidas Originals. This is the bite sized version, the original was a huuuuge 17 x 38.
Thanks to AD Ricky Young!