Brynn Metheny is the undisputed master of mashing up cats and sharks into delightful creatures. Her original series was so popular, she created a sequel this year.
In 2013, I scribbled a terrible little creature into my sketchbook: The Shark Cat. I illustrated a series of Shark Cats for a 2014 calendar and they became a bit of an internet sensation. They’ve been featured on reddit, Tor.com, io9 and other culture/art websites. This year I decided to revisit the concept with a second series. This series is for the shark lover, with more obscure and rare species.
Bonus video: a shark cat in the wild hunting a duck:
San Francisco-based artist Lina West creates these beautiful hand-painted mandala stones covered in gorgeous fractal patterns.
CJ Hendry creates large pencil sketches that mix hyperrealism with fantasy. After working mainly in black and white, she jumped to color in a big way with her series of colorful paint smears.
Jonathan Harris uses written words as the starting point for drawings of the things the words represent. This guy should do tattoo cover ups
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