The artist, @spacegoose, takes everyday household items you'd find lying around and transforms them into an awesome spacecraft that would have your inner-kid screaming with awe and joy!
Seriously, how cool is this?!
"Look at this trash, isn't it neat? Wouldn't you think my collection's complete?"
The story is similar to that of Ariel's, scouring the ocean floor for human things and trying to figure out what each gadget and gizmo is. The difference is, the Little Trashmaid is surrounded by the trash we humans dump into the ocean.
The beautiful and strong illustrations below show what we have done to our favorite little mermaid.
We all know children learn by copying/following the adults around them. So, when we display bad/toxic behavior in front of our children, it slowly starts developing in them too. But, there's something many of us do that goes unnoticed—nurturing sexism in young boys. For example, by telling their sons that certain things are exclusively for "girls" and doing them would also make them "girly." To address this topic better, artist Damian Alexander used his artistic illustrations to explain how adults encourage sexism in young boys through every day small talk. For more, check out his Instagram page as well as his home page.
What if superheroes got old? It seems impossible, right? Because superheroes and cartoon characters don't age and we often regard old age as the period in which our lives begin to decay and we cannot afford our superheroes to go down that path, right? But in order to make them more relatable, Russian artist tried to do just that and the result is hilarious, fun and eye-catching. Leysa Guseva, a Perm-based Russian graphic artist, created a series of illustrations imaginatively called "Pensioners". This is where we get to see our favourite Marvel, DC and even Disney characters finally taking a well-deserved rest, without giving up their duties entirely. Via: The Awesome Daily
Back in the late 1800s, a group of French artists imagined what the year 2000 would look like and illustrated all kinds of scientific and everyday inventions they envisioned. These illustrations were called, 'En L'An 2000', and were originally posted onto cigarette/cigar boxes and, later, as postcards. You can view the more of the collection at Wikimedia Commons.
Popular comic illustrator Yehuda Adi Devir is no stranger to this. In fact, Devir and his wife Maya recently became pregnant and he captured their entire experience in a series of hilariously relatable comics. For more of his brilliant comics, visit his instagram page.
Ever been in a situation that made you feel a bit, uncomfortable? Don't worry you aren't alone! So much so, that someone even made comics that we are pretty sure we can ALL relate too!
Mariya Popandopulo, is the creator and illustrator of the comics Pink&Roses. Her illustrations are "black and white little girly sketches with a touch of pink", as she puts it. Her comics are basic everyday situations we can all see ourselves doing.
For more check out her Instagram
Love is one of those worldly things that's always surrounding us, but somehow nobody knows how to truly understand it. A talented Los Angeles-based artist Amanda Oleander decided the best way to document what love is really like when no one is watching was to illustrate it. She uses inspiration from her own relationship with Joey Rudman, and relationships of those close to her to show people what the ins out outs of love really are, and they're things you'd least expect. For more, visit her instagram / Websiteweb