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Josh Cooley, a story supervisor at Pixar Animation Studios, best known for his work on Up, Ratatouille and Cars, has recently tried his hand at more adult subject matter. While we might still be many years away from Pixar's take on Silence of the Lambs, Conley has applied the same kid friendly animation style to some iconic scenes from classic R-rated movies.
Ecuador-based illustrator and art director Javier Pérez has been posting a fun series of photo illustrations over on his Instagram account. The simple ideas mix everyday objects with line drawings, creating balloons out of grapes, porcupine quills out of nails, or cowboy pants out of pliers. Thanks to Christopher Olvis for today's fodder.
Malaysian-based Flying Mouse is an award winning t-shirt designer and print maker, that has made an impression with his superhero based work. In his new series, Part Time Job, he toys with the concept of popular heroes applying their super abilities to practical side jobs.
Charles Bukowski, Kurt Vonnegut, T.S. Eliot, all have something in common–they had day jobs. And they are captured here in Natalya Balnova’s work, Day Jobs, a book project that looks at the lives of famous artists, writers, poets and musicians. Day Jobs beautifully illustrates and notes the ordinary day jobs that allowed them such extraordinary creative careers.
UK based illustrator Liam Brazier uses his phenomenal grasp of cubism to add a new spin on pop culture icons. His latests illustration series 'Super' features Batman, The Flash as well as The Avengers broken down to mere shapes. Brazier has worked on projects for Apple, Samsung and Queens Of The Stone Age and has been featured on Cartoon Network, Creative Review and Design Week.