Artist Andy Wynn of Gallery 94 created out of this world art prints featuring realistic versions of four well-known Star Fox mercenaries: Fox McCloud, Falco Lombardi, Peppy Hare, and Slippy Toad. Wynn’s prints are available to purchase from his Society6 and Etsy shops.
Only Bruce Lee could master such a powerful weapon in this fantastic Star Wars illustration by Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia artist Ameen Naksewee.
Artist Joshua Dunlop has created Pokemon Zoology, a killer collection of illustrations portraying well-known Pokémon characters in a realistic way. You can support Josh’s ongoing series on Patreon.
This is no mere Pug-awan, folks. This is a doggone master of the force, who managed to take down Bark Vader! What an amazingly detailed Star Wars illustration by Chinese artist Su Jian!
For Comic Book Resources’ recent Line it is Drawn challenge, “Superheroes Starring in Children’s Books,” artist Marco D’Alfonso (m7781) dropped Marvel comic characters into memorable Dr. Seuss books and tweaked the titles a wee bit. Related Rampages: Deadpool: Get Rich Or Die Tryin’ (More)
Artist Edgar Gómez unleashed his Saiyan powers when creating this stunning collection of Dragon Ball Z character illustrations. The entire series is available to view on DeviantArt, Instagram, and his portfolio website.
Artist Miguel Lopez (mikelopez1986) created a funny remix of the classic Morton Salt logo that features Deadpool strolling through a barrage of bullets with his Swiss cheese umbrella in hand. T-shirts are available to purchase from TeePublic and the NeatoShop.
Vancouver, Canada artist Andrew Domachowski created a radical remix of characters from the Super Smash Bros. franchise. You can view more of his work on ArtStation, Tumblr, Behance, and Twitter.
Rad artist b0neface, who has done amazing working in the past for one of my favorite bands (Queens of the Stone Age), has returned to show off some of his best killer illustrations for Deadpool 2. His entire collection is available to purchase from his website.
Seoul, Korea character artist Helena Shin unleashed her Star Wars force powers when creating this incredibly detailed 3D illustration of Kylo Ren.