Netherlands-based creative director Chung Kong presents a fun poster series that combines his impressive design skill with his apparent penchant for comic book super heroes. For his ‘My Super Hero Ice Cream Series‘ he turned your favorite comic book character, such as Batman, The Incredible Hulk or Captain America into tasty frozen treats. Unfortunately, the posters are currently not available for purchase, however, there are loads of more to chose from in his web store.
Super Hero Ice Cream Popsicle Illustrations by Chung Kong is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
UK-based designer and illustrator Chris LaBrooy presents his latest series of artworks entitled “Auto Aerobics”. The pictures feature classic American cars interlocked, intertwined and stretchted into hollowed out and boxy shapes levitating in front of an urban backdrop, resulting in an amazing surreal scenery.
Amazing Interlocked 3D Car Illustrations by Chris LaBrooy is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
Stephen Cheetham is an illustrator, designer and graphic artist currently based in London. He’s produced work for clients such as Google, British Airways, Nike, Penguin, Bloomberg and Oxford University. One of his latest projects is one that I think you’ll like: Nike Decades is a self-initiated project that was put together simply because, “I like trainers, specifically Nikes.” The talented artist split his selection into decades, from the 70s to the present. The whole project can be seen in more detail on Flickr and you can purchase prints from the series directly from Cheetham’s web store.
Nike Decades Sneaker Illustrations is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
With over a 100 million copies sold to date, Slam Dunk enjoys a veritable reputation among Manga fans in Japan. Upon hearing that a few editors over at Hypebeast were actually longtime fans of the popular comic, HMN ALNS didn’t need to be told twice and reimagined three of the main characters wearing today’s hottest fashion brands.
Takenori Akagi (#4) is clad in a complete Givenchy Madonna-print uniform, and a pair of classic Nike Air Max Uptempo 97s. Hanamichi Sakuragi (#10) sports some Givenchy gear as well, however, opting for a Shark Jaw-print instead and Nike Uptempos. And last but not least we get to see Ryota Miaygi (#7) decked out in a Katie Eary Fish/Baroque-print outfit, topped off with a pair of Air Yeezy IIs.
Slam Dunk x HMN ALNS Illustrations is a post by Fritz Radtke on Highsnobiety.
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Avid SF reader and Romanian digital artist Andrei Boghita has shared his latest works with us: 12 illustrated sneaker flats. Using some of the most revered Swoosh-branded silhouettes in the game as inspiration, the list includes Yeezys, Max 90s, Jordan 11s and goes all the way back to the Waffle Racer. Check out the flicks below and see if you can decipher the code of which sneaker is which. Happy arting, freakers.
Portuguese illustrator André Chiote has been developing sets of images which aim to outline the “emblematic and distinctive characteristics of various buildings.” Works such as Oscar Niemeyer’s “Centro Niemeyer,” Marcel Breuer’s “Whitney Museum” and Renzo Piano’s “LACMA” buildings are some of the locations that are featured in the series.
Take a look at the work in the gallery above, and for more information on Chiote and his work please visit his official website.
Iconic Architecture Illustrations by André Chiote is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.
With the holidays approaching it’s the perfect time to throw on a cozy sweater. For your pleasure here are 9 famous sweaters in the form of illustrations. Use them as inspiration for your next Ugly Christmas Sweater party.
Illustrations of Iconic Sweaters – Flanders, The Dude, Cosby, and More is a post by Brock Cardiner on Highsnobiety.
Bucharest-based illustrator Gicha Popa has released a few images from a very unique series of illustrations that tie together the artist’s love for sneakers, personal flavor and curiosity regarding space travel. By combining kicks like the Air Max 1, 909 and 180, Ghicha was able to deliver an entertaining piece of work for everyone to enjoy.
Click through the gallery above and then head over to Ghica’s website to check out more work from the artist.
‘Space Sneaker’ Illustrations by Ghica Popa is a post by Brian Farmer on Highsnobiety.