Digital Art

Liz Climo’s Not-So-Scary Halloween Comics

To kick off candy season right, take a look at Liz Climo’s super adorable and utterly funny Halloween-themed comics compilation. The character artist/storyboard revisionist from The Simpsons has created the most clever personalities straight out of the animal kingdom that accentuates each species’ special qualities in a quirky way.

Vintage Photographs Turned Into Surreal Images

A collection of glass plate photographs taken by World War II photographer Costica Acsinte and digitized by the Costica Acsinte Archive becomes the subject of a fascinating series by Jane Long. Infusing the images with some quirky additions, the Australia-based photographer transforms them from normal to conceptual with the use of Photoshop.

Iconic Movies Get Their Own Icons

Inspired by Saul Bass’ flat iconography designs, graphic designer Rodrigo Gafa imagines icons for some of the most famous movies of all time. His latest composition is called “Long Shadow Icons”, in which silver screen classics such as Star Wars, The Shining, The Exorcist, The Goonies, and A Clockwork Orange are included.

Comic Book-Inspired Typography

We’ve seen our fair share of superheros and villains from the chunkified version to their elderly counterparts and Simon Koay’s rendition is an obvious one, but not any less creative. With ‘Superbet,’ each letter of the alphabet is dressed up as the superhero/villain whose first initial it stands for.