Archive for category: Artwork

Crazy Crossbreeding in Photoshop

Animals, Artwork, Bizarre, Photo Manipulations, Pictures

There are a lot of places you can find where artists are using computers to manipulate images, but I stumbled across Jan Oliehoek and was just blown away by what he’s done.  His image manipulations of animals is nothing short of spectacular, and I just had to share some of his work. Jan was kind […]

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Flipped Facial Shots

Artwork, Bizarre, Photo Manipulations

There are a lot of different photo manipulations of actual people out there.  Some have made skinny celebrities fat, some have turned men into women (and the other way around), but I don’t know that I’ve ever seen photo manipulation quite like this.  German artist Thorsten Schmidtkord has taken pictures of people and flipped their […]

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Monsters on Post-It Notes

Artwork, Bizarre

I’m a fan of Post-It Note art.  As I have no actual artistic ability myself, I was often limited to doodling on post-it notes as it would have been a waste to use nicer sketch books.  However, Danish TV writer and director John Kenn has taken what I did for kicks while killing time and […]

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Hello Kitty Collection

Artwork, Cats, Photo Manipulations

It’s no surprise that we here at Digital Bus Stop have a fondness for photo manipulations. We’ve done plenty of pieces revolving around just that topic, but I think it might actually be fair to say we’ve never come up with a piece quite like this. Yodaflicker’s Flickr stream is nothing short of amazing, and […]

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Sergey Larenkov’s Ghosts of World War II

Artwork, featured

40-year old Russian sea pilot Sergey Larenkov has a hobby.  When he’s not busy with his full time job, which is guiding ships in the Finnish Gulf, he’s using archived photographs and creating poignant, heart-stirring art with everyday photographs and postcards.  He has done stunning work with photographs of St. Petersburg, and he’s done an […]

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The Wor(l)d Has Changed – Stephane Massa-Bidel

Artwork, Humor, Photo Manipulations

Got Milk? Yes We Can! The Summer of Love. There are tons of sayings just like those that easily come to mind, but French artist/graphic designer Stephane Mass-Bidel (also known as Hulk4598 online) has taken some of these well-known sayings and tweaked them just a little. If you like what you see, check out his […]

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Harry Potter vs Voldemort

Artwork, Books, Film, Humor

The new Harry Potter film, Harry Potter and the Deathly Hallows premiers this Friday, and with that mind, an artist friend of ours from our sister site, Bizarre Bytes, put together this little Harry Potter comic to illustrate how the Harry Potter universe probably could have been paired down to a single book. (Check out […]

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The Paper Sculpture of Jeff Nishinaka

Artwork, featured

Jeff Nishinaka, born in Los Angeles, started out wanting to be a painter.  He attended Art Center College of Design, where he started experimenting with different types of sculpture, including sculpture using paper.  He had what he calls his “aha” moment working with paper, and starting creating some truly exceptional pieces of art.  He respects […]

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Creative Money

Artwork, Humor

What started out for his own amusement has turned into a project for artist James Charles. Along with artist Akira Beard, he’ll be showing his artwork at the Shooting Gallery in San Francisco until June 4th (so go check it out if you’re in the area) in an exhibit called American Iconomics. James Charles has altered […]

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Superhero/Super-Villain Posters

Artwork, Comics

In the last few years, and in the next few years to come, there have been and will be a lot of superhero movies. Between a reboot of the Batman franchise, the Iron Man movies, Thor, The Incredible Hulk, and the upcoming reboots of the X-Men and Spider-Man franchises, not to mention what is sure […]

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