Simon Offers a hilarious extended look Into his Life with his cats on his twitter page and we love it!
Disney and history lovers will appreciate these stunning illustrations from Deviantartist Wickfield. Artist Nina S. has painstakingly drawn everyone's favorite Disney characters wearing garb that is historically correct. It's interesting how close Disney has come to accuracy in some cases (Merida, Mulan) and how completely off they were in others.
Illustrator Brian Kesinger may have made a name for himself with his illustration work at Walt Disney Studios, but it's his work outside of the movie business that really gets fans going. His steampunk art has been his most successful, featuring whimsical cephalopods and frilly fashions - but our favorite series of his combines the Star Wars universe with Calvin and Hobbes.
Get ready to enjoy the amazing and creative work from talented illustrator Liza! Liza is an illustrator and animator all the way from Siberia. She now works and lives in London, England. Liza has a passion for storytelling and we love it! She often includes her love for animals within her comics, and her catsnakes (aka ferrets!)
It's okay to be completely mindless sometimes. There are just certain times you need to turn off your brain and dumb it up. That might mean watching stupid mukbang YouTube videos, eating a crap load of takeout food, or our favorite: viewing a whole roundup of dumb memes that don't take any IQ!
Check out Los Angeles-based animator Jeff Victor's illustrated tribute to the iconic American actor Tom Hanks.
Allen Bauer, Splash (1984) Josh Baskin, Big (1988) Detective Scott Turner, Turner & Hooch (1989) Forrest Gump, Forrest Gump (1994) Jim Lovell, Apollo 13 (1995) Voice of Woody, Toy Story (1995) Captain Miller, Saving Private Ryan (1998) Chuck Noland, Cast Away (2000) Robert Langdon, The Da Vinci Code (2006)
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