Artist Adam Lister creates awesome watercolor paintings of iconic pop culture figures using rudimentary block shapes. The most meta of his images has to be the watercolor of Bob Ross – though I’m having a hard time making out any happy little trees.
Blade Runner was such a classic movie and so far ahead of it’s time that it has legions of fans, despite having virtually no expanded material aside from the original movie (and various different edits). That’s why fans love to find cool new ways to show their love for the movie.
Sometimes, I get the feeling that digital artwork lacks the personal touch that you find in traditional artwork. You can’t really see the strokes the artist made on the canvas, for one, and any errors or misplaced strokes are quickly edited out.
Artist Campbell Whyte has an ongoing series of watercolor paintings that he calls 8 Bit Dreams. Everyday he makes one painting based on one of the 799 games that came out for the NES, from classics like Super Mario Bros.,
Who knew that Pac-Man had a side-gig as the baddest East Coast rapper you’ve ever seen?
At least that’s what DocPop would like us to think in his watercolor illustration titled The Notorious P.A.C, commissioned by for nerdcore rapper Beefy by his girlfriend.