They say imitation is the sincerest form of flattery.
So what better way to bring attention to some of the art masters of the world than to imitate their masterpieces in the form of fan art? Artist Lothlenan certainly thought it was a great idea and I did as well! You can find more of Lothlenan‘s work HERE!
Mermaids have made a huge jump back into popularity.
Everything has a mermaid form these days and you can bet Pokemon are included as well (and I’m not complaining!). In fact, artist SunsetDragon has this adorable set of Eevee evolutions in mermaid form! Check them out below and then see more work by this artist HERE and HERE!
Our solar system is a fascinating place.
There is a wide variety of planets each one special in one way or another, be it raining diamonds or having gigantic rings. Artist Phill Berry aka Phill-art has created an gorgeous set of women based on the planets of our solar system! You can check them out below but make sure to visit his page HERE to read the great descriptions that he included with each piece as well!
Dwarf Planet Pluto
Andrew Tarusov is no stranger to pin ups.
In fact, I’ve featured his pin up work here before with his popular Star Wars Pin Ups and Beauties of Classic Horror. This time the focus is his equally gorgeous Disney Villain Pin Up set! Check them out below and don’t forget to see more of his work HERE!
There is no doubt about it, Harry Potter has been a sensational hit with people of all ages.
Regardless of if you read the books or watched the movies (or both!) the series has some incredibly dark moments. Artist Dylan Pierpont has created a spectacular set of Harry Potter themed fanart giving the series a far darker feel. He calls it “Scary Potter”. Check them out below and don’t forget to see more of his work HERE!
Scary Potter and the Sorcerer’s Stone
Scary Potter and the Chamber of Secrets
Scary Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban
Scary Potter and the Goblet of Fire
Scary Potter and the Order of the Phoenix
Scary Potter and the Half Blood Prince
Scary Potter and the Deathly Hallows
There is a lot of Disney Princess inspired art out there.
I mean A LOT, from shoes to benders you can bet there is some form of reimaged Disney princess art of it. As much as we love those, artist Kate Maxwell had another idea! To take the stars of horror movies and give them the magical Disney princess treatment! The results? FANTASTIC! Check them out below and be sure to see more of Kate’s work HERE!
Princess Pinhead (Hellraiser)
Princess Predator (Predator)
Princess Pennywise (It)
Princess Lo Pan (Big Trouble in Little China)
Princess Leather Face (Texas Chainsaw Massacre)
Princess Freddie Kruger (Nightmare on Elm Street)
Princess Carrie (Carrie)
Princess Samara (The Ring)
Princess Regan (The Exorcist)
By now most of you have heard of the Game Grumps.
By now most of you have also heard of their awesome dating sim “Dream Daddy: A Dad Dating Simulator”. The game is finally out and people are rushing to create what the game calls a ‘Dadsona’. Think that’s a bad joke? Not Dream Daddy! This game is filled to the brim with puns and dad jokes no matter which of the seven dreamy dads you decide to pursue.
Each beautiful dad has their own likes and dislikes meaning that what works for one dad won’t work on them all. Often times I found myself being a good match for a daddy I wasn’t particularly aiming for, which is not necessarily a bad thing. The game is surprisingly serious much to the relief of many dating simulator genre fans. The fear that a “parody dating sim” getting this much attention could have meant bad news for the genre but the Game Grumps and their team did a fantastic job staying true to what makes a dating sim fun yet simply changing the target audience.
Dream Daddy features a variety of gorgeous dads to romance. From the “Fitness Dad” to the “Rival Dad” to the “Goth Dad”, there is certainly a dream dad out there to suit your tastes. Your dream daddy is waiting!
WARNING: Images may be considered to be quiet graphic!
It can be hard to get people to pay attention.
Especially when it comes to real world issues like sex trafficking, violence, and rape. Photographer Shannon Dermody came up with a photography project to help increase awareness of these serious world issues with the help of a piece of pop culture super stars: Disney Princesses. Check it out below and don’t forget to see more of her work HERE and HERE too!