Thanks to artist Michael Paulus from Oregon we can now see a bit of anatomy of our favorite characters.
17 year-old Annelies Maria Francine from Belgium has a real gift to take timeless photographs. And seeing her amazing photos there are no doubts that she can personify any character she wants.
Photoshopped Nicolas Cage makes everything better!
You need to see to believe.
If the animated series 'Archer' was turned into live action film, these actors would be the best to portray its famous characters. Just look at them, the resemblance is uncanny.
Brian Joseph Davis thought he would have a hand at interpreting popular literary characters as police sketches and it is quite interesting to see what he came up with.
Alex Solis is a Chicago artist who imagined this fun mash-up series called “Icons Unmasked” where he illustrates pop culture characters taking off their masks to reveal their “true” identities.
The TV series is actually based on a popular comic book and this is how the characters really compare to one another.
The actors playing the starring roles seem to be getting younger and younger. Here is a prediction of what they may look like in a few years’ time.
In 1947 LIFE magazine challenged comic artists to draw characters with closed eyes and these were their attempts.
“Game of Thrones” became popular on screen but was originally a series of books. Illustrators have interpreted the characters from the books and now we can see them compared to the characters from TV.
This odd photo shoot was featured in the Rolling Stone magazine in 1983 and it is an unusual theme to put as the background to the iconic sci-fi movie characters.
Some skilfully applied makeup transforms a few ordinary people into iconic comic book characters.
Artists have recreated the “Game of Thrones” characters for books and its interesting to see how they compare to the characters we came to know and love on screen.
Thomas Kurniawan visualizes what it would look like if some of the most popular Disney characters were brought to the screen as real life versions of their animated selves.