Mike Mignola's New Gods

Inspiring post by protomenfan200x of development work by Mike Mignola on a unrealised idea for an animated movie by Jack Kirby, called Fourth World (a.k.a. New Gods). Original post by Shane Patrick White.

Illustrations for Men's Health magazine

For the Dutch edition of Men's health magazine, I have been making an illustration every month, this is from the August issue. More illustrations can be found on my Behance account.

Jack Kirby 100th Years


Great post over at Timely-atlas-comics celebrating the 100th years anniversary of Jack Kirby.

Eric Kroll on erotic photography

Kobu tori 1929



I saw this animation while in Annecy 2017, it was part of a celebration of Japanese animation from the last 100 years. The introduction was by a lovely old French woman that curated the event, unfortunately I was not able to follow her French, but her selection of old animations, including beautiful cut out animations for children featuring a little sheep were impeccable.

We Can Do It: Animated Soviet propaganda

Sergiy Maidukov

Really like Sergiy Maidukov's use of textures and fearless shapes to keep his designs bold and exciting. A short interview over at Ape on the Moon confirms his amazing talent.

Virginie kypriotis Gumball designs

Inspiring character designs from The concept Art blog, courtesy of the talented 
Virginie Kypriotis. This being my favourite Tv show, is just icing on the cake...

Kubo Concept designs

Impressive post by the Concept Art Blog with an amazing line up of designs by Jesse Aclin.

Anton van Hertbruggen

This Belgian illustrator has a fantastic sense of colour and his book 'The Dog that Nino didn't have' is just as wonderful!

Tadahiro Uesugi and Jon Klassen

The artwork for Coraline done by Jon Klassen and Tadahiro Uesugi is an absolute pleasure, here is an article on Uesugi's art development.


Okamoto Kimchi

50 Watts' superlative blog post about Okamto Kiichi, just astonishing work from this incredible illustrator.

TWEN

Great article on Mike Dempsey's blog on the pioneering quality of Twen, the German 1960's magazine, with as you may have guessed, many illustrations from Heinz Hedelmann.

The Iliad and The Odyssey

De Luxe edition illustrated by the Provensens, want want want!! See great article by the superior Brain Pickings.