Pat Hines just doesn’t like Photoshop or other similar software (not mentioning he’s just bad at it), so he practiced good old MS Paint for over 10 years sitting long overnights at a hospital reception desk. That’s what came in handy for him to illustrate his ebook “Camp Redblood And The Essential Revenge”, although people don’t believe that such illustrations could be made in Paint, which Pat proves via his Deviantart page.
Hüseyin Şahin from Istanbul, Turkey does what everyone else does – he layers multiple photos. But he does it with such a special twist, that you can get lost in between real and unreal world. Over 60 thousand followers on his art.side Instagram are already wandering inside his surreal creations.
If you’ve played The Last of Us, then you’ll know that the game’s world is covered in that post-apocalyptic art design that bluntly reminds you civilization has ended and nature (and death!) has taken over. Now, Naughty Dog artists have “re-created” real world locations in The Last of Us’ art style and it’s both depressing and impressive at the same time.
These curious pictures show characters from vintage video games in real life surroundings.