French art director and illustrator Troqman makes clever use of both his pens and his sketchbooks as well as his surroundings in order to create entertaining drawings of characters appearing to interact with the real world. Our favorite pieces involve characters on multiple pages or sketchbooks interacting with each other as well as the 3D world. And then there’s Spider-Man who think’s he just found his long-lost father.
I had to record this with my phone pointing towards my iPad because there’s no way to download Instagram DMs, so I apologize for the quality. This is also why it took me so long to get the video up. I know a lot of you will probably have questions for me but I will go ahead and tell you now— I can’t answer them. Just enjoy the video, Kinglets!
I have seen these separate before, but I wanted to put the three together: Leonid's paintings with the TARDIS brilliantlyphotoshopped in. I would hang one of these in my living room without any hesitation!
Macau-based web designer and developer Varun Thota uses a toy plane that his dad found inside a chocolate Kinder Egg to create an ongoing photography series entitled My Toy Plane, in which a commercial airliner appears to soar over dramatic cityscapes. If it weren’t for the presence of his arm in each shot, you’d probably assume that the plane itself was real. We nearly did.
Through the photos, he not only gets to explore his interest in aviation, but also to build relationships with the people around him. He says, “The thing I enjoy most about the series is how fun it is to include other people in it. It’s always fun to show people the plane, tell them the story and then ask them for a helping hand in taking the shot.”