Artist Zoe Hsu has drawn John Boyega, Hunter Schafer, Dev Patel and other stars in famous period pieces.
It’s a moment that spurs Batman (Ben Affleck) to form the Justice League with Wonder Woman (Gal Gadot), but we already know that - as is so often the case in the comic book world - Kal El’s death won’t stick. In the famed 'Death of Superman’ storyline that inspired 'Dawn of Justice’s climatic moments, Superman’s demise is short-lived too.
When a movie — say, The Hunger Games — is adapted from a book, the filmmakers have a ready-made description of how the characters should look. Sometimes, they follow it to the letter; other times, they take creative license. In his illustration series The Composites, filmmaker and digital artist Brian J. Davis enters descriptions of famous literary characters into the same kind of composite-sketch software that police use to draw pictures of suspects. Compare those characters to their movie versions (as the art website My Modern Met did this week), and things really get interesting. ...
In the realm of ‘80s nostalgia, Star Wars lives alongside Calvin and Hobbes — so it’s a treat to see these two triumphs of imagination come together. A series of fan drawings from Disney artist Brian Kesinger re-creates classic moments from Bill Watterson’s comic strip, using characters from Star Wars: The Force Awakens. Bill Watterson’s witty and innovative comic strip Calvin and Hobbes, which ran in newspapers from 1985 to 1995, revolved around the adventures of a young boy and his imaginary best friend, a stuffed tiger.