Archive for the ‘art’ Category

Kaneda

Dienstag, Juni 8th, 2010


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Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man

Sonntag, Juni 6th, 2010

Neatorama schreibt es wäre der beste Kurzfilm den er jemals gesehen hätte. Urteilt selbst

Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man from Brandon McCormick on Vimeo.

Based on the backstory of one of the most beloved childrenʼs novels of all time comes the extraordinary love story between a simple woodsman and a beautiful maiden. Not having many possessions but wanting to marry his maiden, the woodsman sets his heart to build a large and beautiful cabin.

L. Frank Baum wrote the back story to the Tin Woodsman in his book The Wonderful Wizard of Oz. Heartless: The Story of the Tin Man is Whitestone Motion Pictures retelling this little known story of the tragic arc of a beloved character who was once human, made of flesh and blood that turned into tin.

van gogh sky

Sonntag, Juni 6th, 2010


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Xiaobaosg

Freitag, Juni 4th, 2010



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hate the future

Freitag, Juni 4th, 2010


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Freitag, Juni 4th, 2010


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Illustrationen von Dave Johnson

Donnerstag, Juni 3rd, 2010

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Poison Apple

Mittwoch, Juni 2nd, 2010


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es ist wahrscheinlich kunst

Dienstag, Juni 1st, 2010


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bol (director’s cut)

Dienstag, Juni 1st, 2010

Ein wirklich toll gemachter kleiner Comic von aencre.







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old moon

Montag, Mai 31st, 2010


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Montag, Mai 31st, 2010


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Your clothes… Give them to me now!

Montag, Mai 31st, 2010

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step into the sensory box

Samstag, Mai 29th, 2010


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Frank Frazetta (February 9, 1928 – May 10, 2010)

Freitag, Mai 28th, 2010

Sci-Fi-O-Rama:

Earlier this month the we sadly lost one of the foremost and talented Fantasy & Sci-Fi Illustrator/Artists of all time, America’s Frank Frazetta who passed away on the 10th of May aged 82. Franks career spanned an almost unbelievable 60+ year’s when he started working in the comic book industry aged just 15, initially providing pencil clean-ups he soon progressed to drawing comics an by the 50’s was producing work spanning a raft of genres including Western, Fantasy, Sci-Fi, Historical Drama.