Konstantin Shestakovsky took a trip to the Harry Potter Museum just outside of London and took these wonderful photos. The museum has everything from movie props, to costumes, to sets from the movie. These pictures give you just a small glimpse of what it took to make the Harry Potter World come to life. Now I really want to take a trip to London!
George Chamoun has created some really cool photo collages of old and new Hollwood.Surprisngly, there was no morphing of the images to fit together. They are two photos that happen to align incredibly well. The pairs in order are: Natalie Portman/Audrey Hepburn, Angelina Jolie/Elizabeth Taylor, George Clooney/Cary Grant, Robert Pattinson/James Dean and Scarlett Johansson/Marilyn Monroe. There are some striking similarities in their likenesses and poses.
Johanna Basford creates amazing hand drawn illustrations. In a day and age where most artwork you see is computer generated, it's a breath of fresh air to see such intricate hand drawn work.
Martin Waldbauer is a master of playful illusions. Each piece makes you do a double take, wondering if what you're seeing could be real. He says he's a total amateur, but I'm not buying it ;)
If you like double exposure photography, you'll be sure to love these double exposure paintings by Pakayla Biehn. Biehn collaborates with multiple photographers to create these masterful re-creations. At first glance you might mistake them for photos. Her attention to details is amazing. For more, check the Double Exposure series on her site.
Yong Ho Ji is a Korean artist who creates wonderful and unique sculptures out of recycled tires. You can see the meticulous details of the muscles, flesh, and curved bodies of his beasts.