Hyung86 puts a spin on our favorite Disney characters by remaking them into college-bound students. As part of the collection “Disney University,” the Spain-based artist and a college student himself, creates a reflection of each beloved character’s traits and captures them perfectly in each illustration. Avid fans will delight in finding the subtleties taken from each persona’s story and placed ever so cleverly in each illustration. We ourselves thought it was pure genius to have the mighty Hercules carry a football helmet and the nimble Aladdin don a track suit.
In anticipation of this years Oscar award ceremony, People.com created an entertaining series of edited images in which prominent Hollywood A-listers seem to be posing with their past selves.
The series was made to drum up excitement for the approaching award ceremony, but it was based off of similar images that had been drifting around online for quite a while.
A small sample of the works of Minjae Lee. Each piece takes between 4-8 weeks to complete so he makes very few pieces per year. In 2013, Art Business News gave him the front cover of the summer issue “top 30 artists in the world under 30.
In September 2013, The New Yorker called him “The Japanese Banksy” In February 2014, The South China Morning Post called him the “mist famous Japanese street artist in the world and these are his new art works.
Reuters interview – http://in.reuters.com/article/2013/11/29/art-japan-nuclear-fukushima-idINDEE9AS00120131129
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Koji Yoshioka has signed with international management group Roth Management and will be exhibiting at the Ryan Roth Gallery in Tokyo for the first time. Set on the 47th Floor, looking over Tokyo bay it’s hoped this will be the start of Koji Yoshioka’s reputation growing around the world.
9th March, 4pm-8pm
Food and drinks (free) will be supplied Roth Management, by BiCE restaurant.