Not that Paris-based graphic artist Pascal Witaszek hasn’t come up with a bonne idée, especially now that Hollywood is awash in nostalgia about its own past. The pitch: a biopic about Walt Disney. Over the weekend, the Parisian dreamer uploaded a what-if movie poster, featuring a mustachioed Ryan Gosling hunched over a notepad, perched on a pink velvet train seat while scenic grasslands and puffy clouds rush by. (And if you squint not that hard at the puffy clouds, you’ll spot a very famous mouse.)
Using knives, tweezers and surgical tools, Brian Dettmer carves one page at a time. Nothing inside the out-of-date encyclopedias, medical journals, illustration books, or dictionaries is relocated or implanted, only removed.
The making of “Hero,” a drawing of my dad composed entirely out of 3.2 million ink dots.
Hero (by Miguel Endara)
What do you see inside this Star Wars inkblot? Created for the new Star Wars Identities, a traveling exhibit premiering at the Montreal Science Centre on April 19, 2012, this inkblot is accompanied by a pretty sweet video.
The character driven, interactive museum exhibition promises to take Star Wars to a whole new level with costumes, models and artwork from the films (via Star Wars Inkblot Has Hidden References - My Modern Metropolis)
Swedish artist/jeweler George Chamoun has made a digital collage series called Iconatomy. The series merges present day icons with their counterparts from yesteryear.
“The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did!”