>

art

Damn

When I woke up this morning and saw my dashboard filled with love for my Wil Wheaton piece I was very flattered. It has the second most notes next to my Fake Criterion of Swallow My Cockuccino (it currently has 77 notes and Wil’s has 29 and there both still going up). Thank you fuckkyeahwilwheaton and everybody who reblogged it and everyone else who hearted! it (Wil Wheaton being among them). It’s always nice to know that your artwork is appreciated, especially by the person it was made for. Pretty soon I will be replacing it with a much cleaner and more refined version!

georgechamoun:

This is what I’ve been working on for the last three weeks. It’s the result of a workshop in Fine Arts with the theme “icons” (computer icons/celebrities/fashion icons/religious icons, etc). 

I chose to work with movie icons from two different eras. This project has been a lot about ideals, patterns and anatomy. I named the project Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy.”

I have worked with a collage technique, but in a computer, which for me is a first. I am really pleased with the end product and I want to develop this concept further.

(Click here to see more of my art.)

Edit:  Two things people are wondering about that I thought I could make clear.
1. The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did! :-)
2. People are commenting on the “comparison” I’m making with these pictures. About that, I just want to say that I am not comparing anything here. Sorry if you feel that your favourite actor or actress was “paired up” with someone you don’t like.

Thank you everyone for liking it so much, I’m really blown away by the feedback I’m getting!

—-

© 20011 by George Chamoun.
All rights reserved. These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of George Chamoun. georgechamoun:

This is what I’ve been working on for the last three weeks. It’s the result of a workshop in Fine Arts with the theme “icons” (computer icons/celebrities/fashion icons/religious icons, etc). 

I chose to work with movie icons from two different eras. This project has been a lot about ideals, patterns and anatomy. I named the project Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy.”

I have worked with a collage technique, but in a computer, which for me is a first. I am really pleased with the end product and I want to develop this concept further.

(Click here to see more of my art.)

Edit:  Two things people are wondering about that I thought I could make clear.
1. The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did! :-)
2. People are commenting on the “comparison” I’m making with these pictures. About that, I just want to say that I am not comparing anything here. Sorry if you feel that your favourite actor or actress was “paired up” with someone you don’t like.

Thank you everyone for liking it so much, I’m really blown away by the feedback I’m getting!

—-

© 20011 by George Chamoun.
All rights reserved. These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of George Chamoun. georgechamoun:

This is what I’ve been working on for the last three weeks. It’s the result of a workshop in Fine Arts with the theme “icons” (computer icons/celebrities/fashion icons/religious icons, etc). 

I chose to work with movie icons from two different eras. This project has been a lot about ideals, patterns and anatomy. I named the project Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy.”

I have worked with a collage technique, but in a computer, which for me is a first. I am really pleased with the end product and I want to develop this concept further.

(Click here to see more of my art.)

Edit:  Two things people are wondering about that I thought I could make clear.
1. The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did! :-)
2. People are commenting on the “comparison” I’m making with these pictures. About that, I just want to say that I am not comparing anything here. Sorry if you feel that your favourite actor or actress was “paired up” with someone you don’t like.

Thank you everyone for liking it so much, I’m really blown away by the feedback I’m getting!

—-

© 20011 by George Chamoun.
All rights reserved. These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of George Chamoun. georgechamoun:

This is what I’ve been working on for the last three weeks. It’s the result of a workshop in Fine Arts with the theme “icons” (computer icons/celebrities/fashion icons/religious icons, etc). 

I chose to work with movie icons from two different eras. This project has been a lot about ideals, patterns and anatomy. I named the project Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy.”

I have worked with a collage technique, but in a computer, which for me is a first. I am really pleased with the end product and I want to develop this concept further.

(Click here to see more of my art.)

Edit:  Two things people are wondering about that I thought I could make clear.
1. The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did! :-)
2. People are commenting on the “comparison” I’m making with these pictures. About that, I just want to say that I am not comparing anything here. Sorry if you feel that your favourite actor or actress was “paired up” with someone you don’t like.

Thank you everyone for liking it so much, I’m really blown away by the feedback I’m getting!

—-

© 20011 by George Chamoun.
All rights reserved. These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of George Chamoun. georgechamoun:

This is what I’ve been working on for the last three weeks. It’s the result of a workshop in Fine Arts with the theme “icons” (computer icons/celebrities/fashion icons/religious icons, etc). 

I chose to work with movie icons from two different eras. This project has been a lot about ideals, patterns and anatomy. I named the project Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy.”

I have worked with a collage technique, but in a computer, which for me is a first. I am really pleased with the end product and I want to develop this concept further.

(Click here to see more of my art.)

Edit:  Two things people are wondering about that I thought I could make clear.
1. The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did! :-)
2. People are commenting on the “comparison” I’m making with these pictures. About that, I just want to say that I am not comparing anything here. Sorry if you feel that your favourite actor or actress was “paired up” with someone you don’t like.

Thank you everyone for liking it so much, I’m really blown away by the feedback I’m getting!

—-

© 20011 by George Chamoun.
All rights reserved. These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of George Chamoun.

georgechamoun:

This is what I’ve been working on for the last three weeks. It’s the result of a workshop in Fine Arts with the theme “icons” (computer icons/celebrities/fashion icons/religious icons, etc).

I chose to work with movie icons from two different eras. This project has been a lot about ideals, patterns and anatomy. I named the project Iconatomy from the words “icon” and “anatomy.”

I have worked with a collage technique, but in a computer, which for me is a first. I am really pleased with the end product and I want to develop this concept further.

(Click here to see more of my art.)

Edit: Two things people are wondering about that I thought I could make clear.
1. The pictures are not morphed in any way. What you see is a collage of two different people in each picture. Did it take me a long time to find the right pictures? Hell yes it did! :-)
2. People are commenting on the “comparison” I’m making with these pictures. About that, I just want to say that I am not comparing anything here. Sorry if you feel that your favourite actor or actress was “paired up” with someone you don’t like.

Thank you everyone for liking it so much, I’m really blown away by the feedback I’m getting!

—-

© 20011 by George Chamoun.
All rights reserved. These images may not be reproduced or transmitted in any form or by any means, electronic, mechanical, photocopying, recording, or otherwise, without prior written permission of George Chamoun.

degroff:

Allan Peters
MN Rollergirls Event Poster degroff:

Allan Peters
MN Rollergirls Event Poster degroff:

Allan Peters
MN Rollergirls Event Poster

degroff:

Allan Peters

MN Rollergirls Event Poster

pizza-party:

I would like to own this. But settling for a print is more likely.
(Via Super Punch: Legend of Zelda album by Joe Spiotto for Gallery 1988’s upcoming video game nostalgia show.  Prints are already on sale at Etsy.) pizza-party:

I would like to own this. But settling for a print is more likely.
(Via Super Punch: Legend of Zelda album by Joe Spiotto for Gallery 1988’s upcoming video game nostalgia show.  Prints are already on sale at Etsy.) pizza-party:

I would like to own this. But settling for a print is more likely.
(Via Super Punch: Legend of Zelda album by Joe Spiotto for Gallery 1988’s upcoming video game nostalgia show.  Prints are already on sale at Etsy.) pizza-party:

I would like to own this. But settling for a print is more likely.
(Via Super Punch: Legend of Zelda album by Joe Spiotto for Gallery 1988’s upcoming video game nostalgia show.  Prints are already on sale at Etsy.)

pizza-party:

I would like to own this. But settling for a print is more likely.

(Via Super Punch: Legend of Zelda album by Joe Spiotto for Gallery 1988’s upcoming video game nostalgia show. Prints are already on sale at Etsy.)

keenthought:


impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.
keenthought:


impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.
keenthought:


impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.
keenthought:


impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.
keenthought:


impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.
keenthought:


impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.

keenthought:

impressive sculpture by Sabi Van Hemert, a Dutch artist who creates sculptures that have a fusion of a human child and an animal using synthetic materials.

(via stranger-than-kindness)