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Paul Phillips recently arranged the cutest proposal to his girlfriend Erica.At first he wrote the story and with the help of Nashville artist Yoni Limor turned it into a book. Then he hid it in the local library and brought his girlfriend as if to drop a book really quick. While Erica red the story, the guy got on his knee and pooled a proposal. Who could say no to such a romantic move? Special moment was captured by the hidden photographer Laura Ingram. There once was a gorilla That fell for a giraffe. She surprised him by how much She could make him…
Imagine if one day capitalism reaches the point, where the big brands starts to sponsor the superheroes. How would this influence their images? Based on this hypothesis, Milan-based art director Roberto Vergati Santos decided to experiment with some characters, and see what would be the results of such idea. Make sure to check out the full gallery on the artist’s Behance page. [Via Behance]
This series called Learn Something Every Day is a self initiated project by UK based design studioYoung. It contains surprising facts drawn in cute copic doodles. Find out something you might not know about below
This set of fingerprints portrait entitled “Ditology” – as unique as it sounds, proves that simplicity is gold. The artist, whose identity is anonymous under the name “Dito Von Tease”, “Dito” meaning “finger” in Italian, manages to illustrate portraits of well known characters from around the world on his fingertip with just a few pen strokes. Looking closely at the images reveal that he mostly depend on the eyes and eyebrows to define facial features, in addition to the proper color of clothing and hair, and the resemblance become remarkable. Only on the tip of his finger! [Ditology]
If you ever wondered what a superhero credit card might look like, Money Supermarket – the makers of “The cost of being Batman infographic” – has created a selection of fictional crime fighting credit cards designs that you’ll just want to have. Take a look below…
A couple of months ago we featured the work of Malaysia-based graphic designer, Marcus Mok‘s Super Heroes Silhouettes, if you’ve liked it, you just might enjoy his simple yet creative vintage Lord of the Rings posters. The series of works, which are available in Mok’s Etsy shop Poster Inspired, features the trilogy of the famous novel simply presented with a bi-color graphic pen on stained background, and will cost you $40 for the whole set.
Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia-based artist Marcus created a set of illustrations with the silhouettes of famous Superheroes on a vintage-styled background. The Incredible Hulk, Spiderman, Batman and Captain America to start with. The posters are available at the artist’s Etsy shop known as Poster Inspired. If you’re a comics fan, these will be heart-melting for you!