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Alex Gross likes to bring up to date portraits made during the Victorian era. He turns them into trading cards that refer to the heroes and symbols of pop culture. Inspired by the sepia photographs of our ancestors, artist Alex Gross came up with the idea of creating surprising and fun mashups that bring together history and our popular...
Based in Cyprus, Hayati’nin Evreni creates mashups based on famous paintings. Immersed in our universe, these canvases of classical painting rub against our universe full of technology, internet, characters of pop culture, memes and scenes of everyday life. The  Turkish butcher and chef "Salt Bae" invites himself to the table of the Last Supper (1498), The Scream of Edvard Munch...
Digital and classical techniques come together nicely in the works of artist Matthew Stone. The basis consists of brush strokes with real paint, but the effect is virtually digital. It works like this: With a brush and a solid layer of paint Stone makes thick stripes in various colors. Then he makes photos of them that are uploaded to...
Daria Artemieva is young illustrator from Kiev who started an experiment of a creative hijacking of Disney princesses and recreating them for her Instagram account. Inspired by the Millenials generation of which she is a part of, the young woman stages these heroines in a daily routine similar to ours. In Artemieva’s art, we discover Snow White in her studio while...
When the outside world seems too monotonous, it's better to add a splash of color and share the result on Instagram. That's why Vicka, whose real name is Maria Victoria Perez, creates "enhanced" photos with her favorite graphic-tools — Illustrator and Photoshop. The concept cannot be more simplistic: on each of her basic shots, the Ecuadorian artist superimposes her drawings, creating...
Kanye West, Donald Trump, Nike, Apple, alcohol and fast food. These are only a few of the themes that are constantly featured in the works of Dot Pigeon. He cleverly throws everything in a heap to create a clever mash-up. Behind the Dot Pigeon nom de plume is Stefano Fraone, art director and graphic designer from Milan. He calls himself...
Digital artist Filip Hodas from Prague paints us a post-apocalyptic image in which symbols of our contemporary culture are broken and forgotten. A bleak picture from the near future, but with a funny undertone. For Hodas, these digital illustrations are primarily a way to master software packages such as Substance Painter, Substance Designer, Illustrator and Photoshop. In his spare time,...
Stock images have very good image quality, but in terms of subject they are rather boring. German graphic designer Justin Peters cleverly uses the good qualities of the photos to create something new, perplexing and extraordinary. Peters combines two or more stock photos into one surreal new image. The 22-year-old artist is inspired by the Pablo Picasso’s quote that everything...
The 80's graphic style continues to inspire the designers of current times. A British designer popular for his retro-futuristic 80’s visual flair who has chosen the nom de plume Future Punk, has transferred famous brands and logos of the web in the heart of the 80s. From Google to Netflix via Twitter or Ebay, flashy colors and forgotten effects...

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