Such Regality. Much Monarch.
Japanese illustrator and sometimes manga artist, @PonkichiM, has created a series, titled "Dog Night Story," of cats and dogs dressed in medieval armor as noble warriors.
And we're 100% here for it.
Artist Matt Adrian paints portraits of birds and they're absolutely amazing.
But he also titles each piece something absurd and that makes each portrait even MORE amazing.
Thank you to Twitter user @alexqarbuckle for bringing this artist to our attention!
Keep it up, Matt Adrian -- we're your newest fans! See more of this awesome artists work on his website!
No one ever expects the Dachshund Inquisition!
Artist Nikita Orlov has re-imaged our favorite dog breeds into roles of the past and of fantasy. But the imagination doesn't just stop there, there's an added twist -- Centaurs.
If you're an avid D&D player, these characters will definitely spark that imagination! If not, these are still pretty darn cool to look at and enjoy!
You can follow Orlov's art on Instagram!
We shared Part 1 on our site a few weeks ago but since then, part 2-4 has come out and the comic is complete!
And yes, the ending is worth it. Story and art by talented Twitter user @unfins.
When we left off, our heroine (or antagonist, who really knows when it comes to this meme) is left distraught when the cat she normally yells at is no longer there. Desperately, she searches and puts up 'LOST' flyers around the town....waiting.
Below you'll find the complete story, from start to finish:
Instagram handle, @animalsinthings, is a page filled with animals photoshopped onto literally anything and everything you can think of.
As written in the description bio of this magical page, "I love animals so much I literally see them everywhere." Bringing the vision of animals seen (which literally everywhere) to life, we are totally in awe and obsessed with just how creative it actually is!
So much of the Photoshop work is absolutely seamless here:
Twitter artist, @ChatsVoid, has created a comic about "existentialism, creative advice, and how cool animal skulls look."
And while all that sounds really awesome, the comics about existentialist dread is way more wholesome than we ever could have imagined.
Let's put it this way, we came for the despair but stayed for the wholesome.
This art of animals chatting with their void selves have a lot of depth and wisdom to them, we we're now new fans of this amazing artist!
In a strange turn of events, one artist/Twitter user has created a comic based on the popular 'Woman Yelling At Cat' meme, and you probably think it wouldn't hit you hard in the feels... but it does.
The artist, @unfins, shared the comic and it has since gone viral. However, the comic is left open-ended and the artist revealed in the comments that there will be a part 2 coming this week.
So be sure to subscribe if you don't wanna miss what happens next! You can also see artwork on WebToon!
Meet the 'Gentleman Felter,' an artist who creates stunning works of art on old wooden brushes.
"I am a needle felt artist from a small village on the Northumbrian coast in the UK surrounded by castles, cats and copious amounts of tea. I find old, beaten up, heavily used brushes that nobody would look twice at and bring them back to life with tiny animals stabbed to life with wool, creating whimsical pieces filled with life, curiosity, and danger."
Artist Ry Spirit, has taken some of the most cherished and beloved Disney characters and threw in a new spins -- Disney characters as Pokemon Evolutions!
And yes, it's amazing as it sound! We're pretty much obsessed and didn't realize that we needed this mash-up in our lives, until now.
Check it up, Ry Spirit! We love your work!
You can also check out the art on Facebook!
These look way too real! However, there is a delicate beauty to them that you cannot deny.
Nikita Drachuk is the Ukrainian Etsy artist behind some extraordinary blown glass figurines that could send chills down your spine with their realistic accuracy!
Check out the Etsy shop for all glass spiders and other incredible animals figurines -- all handmade!
Meet Young-sung Kim, the extraordinary artist from Seoul, Korea, that is about to take your senses on a magic ride! Kim creates insane hyperrealistic pictures that look way too real for the mind to even comprehend that it's just a painting!
His paintings, oil on canvas, look more realistic than actual photographs!
The Insider interviewed Kim on his process of what he calls, "an advanced, extreme hyperrealism that precedes any reality — more real than photographs and high-definition monitors."
He continued describing the process and how planning each new piece involves, "collecting small animals, taking photographs, preparing a canvas, sketching, drawing, and painting with small brushes."
Kim also informed the Insider that he works 12 hours per day on creating these masterpieces.It can take anywhere from 3 to 10 months to complete one painting.
Since Kim was a small child, he's been "collecting, observing, and studying .. I was amazed at the detail and the subtle colors that I saw in my work, just as I looked through a microscope."
Why hyperrealism? Kim explains, "I have chosen my genre as hyperrealism because people in today's society think of animals and nature as methods of ornament, experiment, and edibility, My genre may be able to make the people think twice about the unintentionally abusive nature of their behavior towards animals and nature."
"Let's take care of small animals," Kim said. "If they cannot live, humans cannot live either."
We completely agree, Kim! Keep creating and loving life!
Via The Insider
Isana Yamada, a postgraduate student created these 6 translucent whales to signify the 6 realms of Buddhism. The whales are swimming in a circle, which represents the six stages of Samsara. And within each of these whales, there are various objects such as: a submarine, volcano, sailboat, and a sea of clouds. The title of the piece is "Rinne Samsara", which is a Buddhist term for "cycle of existence".
Even though this illustration is 6 years old, the message is so beautiful, powerful, and forever relatable that we wanted to share it with all of you. Just a warning though, it will hit you directly in the feels.
The incredible artist, Booter-Freak, lost her beloved Siamese named Coco on December 2nd, 2013. Coco was 17 years and 9 months old. She lived a life full of love and this illustration, "I Love You" only confirms that.