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Fan Art Friday #82 – Leia, Catwoman, and More as Mermaids

Time for your weekly dose of the fantastic fandom-based art that’s hit the web this week with your Nerd Art Dump. Each and every week we pick and choose through the masses of prints and pics on the digital frontier to give you nothing but the best to fill your geek needs. So on with the dump.
ABOVE: Artist Ashley Taylor interprets pop culture icons as mermaids, starting with Princess Leia and an adorable R2-D2 octopus. Check out a few of her other works below.

Ashley Taylor continues her theme with Catwoman, and Rey with her BB-8 buoy.

Perennial favorite  BossLogic is wishful thinking with this latest Spiderman piece featuring Donald Glover.

 

Tiffanie Mang has some gorgeous friendships on display combining the feelings from Inside Out with both Eeyore and Baymax.

Mike Mitchell - Lando

Mike Mitchell - Princess Leia (Boushh)

Mike Mitchell has these super realistic portraits of Lando and Leia in disguise.

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Rob Csiki is a huge fan of Doctor Strange and designed this bad ass poster for the upcoming film with Benedict Cumberbatch.

Another take on Princess Leia, followed by Scooby Doo’s Velma and Daphne from the lovely Alexia Bradley.

 

Mioree has artwork spanning the pop culture gamut, but her Game of Thrones pieces are particularly stunning. The Arya Stark portrait is a gorgeous depiction.

Chet Phillips - Furfly

Chet Phillips - Indiana Jonesy (Indiana Jones:Alien)

Nerds, and pretty much everyone on the internet loves cats these days. Chet Phillips combines our love of geek and love of cats with “Furfly” and “Indiana Jonesy”

Lucia Gomez - Game of Thrones Landscapes - Illustrated Icons Set Colored

Lucia Gomez brings us back to Westeros, and the other lands of Game of Thrones with these simple and beautiful designs.

Mike Leavitt - Hitchcock

Mike Leavitt - Tim Burton

Mike Leavitt - Miyazaki

And now for something completely different…. a few sculptures from Mike Leavitt featuring some of our favorite directors. Hitchcock, Burton, and Miyazaki get taken over by their films literally in Leavitt’s unique designs.

Richey Beckett - Zardoz

And finally UK artist Richey Beckett takes us all the way back to 1974 with the weird and wonderful? world that is Zardoz. If you’ve never seen the movie and want to see Sean Connery at his weirdest check it out, but you might be better off just checking out Becketts artwork and leaving it at that!

Category: Cool Stuff, Nerd Culture

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