Artist and Twitter user Anson was bored one day so he took on the task of sketching his Twitter followers, and the results are freaking hilarious.
Things I Have Drawn is an Instagram account where father-of-two and book author Tom Curtis shares kid's drawings from all over the world. But that's not all – he decided that it would be more fun to bring those cute, childish doodles into the real life. The result is both funny and terrifying at the same time.
Redmer Hoekstra. an artist from the Netherlands, creates unusual and imaginative drawings that delineate bizarre artwork. His incredible detailed illustrations are filled with irony and very wacky characters. He merges different vehicles and things with animals, books, birds, keyboard etc.
A monstrous Kickstarter project is bringing kid's artwork to life.
The Monster Project collects kid's monster drawings from around the world and enlists a team of professional artists to make them a reality.
The project was started to encourage an appreciation for art at a young age.
Here's what the project's website has to say:
With a decreasing emphasis on arts in schools, many children don't have the opportunity for creative exploration they deserve. That's a monstrous trend we would like to destroy. As artists ourselves, we understand how important that initial creative exposure is and how it can truly alter the shape of a child's future.
Disney mostly shows their princesses in an innocent light, what with the films being made for children and all.
But Los Angeles-based artist Andrew Tarusov had another idea.
He has worked on a striking series, called 'Princess Pin Up', and shared it all on his Instagram account.
Sit back and let me tell you about the 1990s, my children. It was a time when the Internet barely existed, when most soft drinks were transparent and when every popular movie had an accompanying Saturday morning cartoon.
That honor was almost bestowed upon 1993's classic Jurassic Park, based on original images released by William Stout on his website.
Check out these images:
"We made a trailer to communicate the look and feel of the series, also showing how we would combine computer animation with traditional animation. All we needed was Spielberg's approval.
"I heard through the grapevine that [Spielberg] never bothered to watch what we had done," Stout said. "By that time, the word was out that he was burnt out on 'Jurassic Park' merchandising and all of the film's commercial exploitation. So, it never got made. Too bad."
With the crazy success of Jurassic World, you'd almost expect them to be exploring this all over again.