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Awesome Art We've Found Around The Net: Dr. Who, Ghostbusters, Jaws, Venom

Feb. 2, 2013by: Theodore Bond

Some cliche somewhere said that 'a picture is worth a thousand words.' This has proven to be the case for me and especially when it comes to fan art. I have always sought out great fan art and have wanted to share it with as many people as possible. "Awesome Artwork We've Found Around The Net" is the outlet for that passion. In this column I will showcase the kick-ass artwork of some great artists, with the hopes that these artists get the attention they deserve. That's the aim, if you have any questions or comments, or even suggestions of art or other great artists, feel free to contact me any time at theodorebond@joblo.com.

Calvin & Hobbs by Lambtroncorp Captain Kirk and Princess Leia by Robert Shane Dr. Who by Rogan Josh
Ghostbusters by Ian Glaubinger Jaws by Trevor Gore
Life Of Pi by Tomer Hanuka
Tomb Raider by Keith Byrne Venom by Garjdeanu Warm Bodies by Ryan Huddle Who Framed Roger Rabbit by MistyTang

Extra Tidbit: I adore the Roger Rabbit art
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7:04AM on 02/03/2013

DREW

The JAWS' one is a beautiful homage to DREW STRUZAN's work
The JAWS' one is a beautiful homage to DREW STRUZAN's work
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7:00AM on 02/03/2013

DREW

The JAWS' one is a beautiful homage to DREW STRUZAN's work
The JAWS' one is a beautiful homage to DREW STRUZAN's work
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9:10PM on 02/02/2013

Love everything but...

Captain Kirk couldn't pull Leia!
Captain Kirk couldn't pull Leia!
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6:51PM on 02/02/2013
Bloody enough?
Bloody enough?
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5:23PM on 02/02/2013
Favorites are Ghostbusters, Jaws, and Venom. Especially the Venom one.

Love this column.
Favorites are Ghostbusters, Jaws, and Venom. Especially the Venom one.

Love this column.
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2:28PM on 02/02/2013
Some really nice finds....!
My favorites are:
*Captain Kirk and Princess Leia
*Venom's change
*Tomb Raider (Always a Lara Croft fan)
*Roger Rabbit (It's sexy and lovable at the same time)...
Some really nice finds....!
My favorites are:
*Captain Kirk and Princess Leia
*Venom's change
*Tomb Raider (Always a Lara Croft fan)
*Roger Rabbit (It's sexy and lovable at the same time)...
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11:17AM on 02/02/2013
Jaws, Venom and Roger Rabbit are my favorites.
Jaws, Venom and Roger Rabbit are my favorites.
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10:56AM on 02/02/2013
Love Ghostbusters and Jaws artwork is spectacular! And I like the details for Venom - very realistic.
Love Ghostbusters and Jaws artwork is spectacular! And I like the details for Venom - very realistic.
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9:59AM on 02/02/2013
That Tomb Raider piece makes me really really want a new movie soon.
That Tomb Raider piece makes me really really want a new movie soon.
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9:08AM on 02/02/2013
That Venom transformation one is FANTASTIC and I also like the Roger Rabbit one as well.
That Venom transformation one is FANTASTIC and I also like the Roger Rabbit one as well.
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8:56AM on 02/02/2013
The Calvin & Hobbes one gives a person a warm feeling. Oddly enough, the Jaws illustration does too, for it resembles the cover of a chidren's novel. If nothing else, the shark is not as prominent as s/he is on the famous movie poster. Also, Quint looks like an elderly grandfather overseeing the otherwise scary events. Images' sizes and placements play a role in how one partakes this Jaws painting.
The Venom image is the other end of the affective spectrum. Garjdeanu captures just how
The Calvin & Hobbes one gives a person a warm feeling. Oddly enough, the Jaws illustration does too, for it resembles the cover of a chidren's novel. If nothing else, the shark is not as prominent as s/he is on the famous movie poster. Also, Quint looks like an elderly grandfather overseeing the otherwise scary events. Images' sizes and placements play a role in how one partakes this Jaws painting.
The Venom image is the other end of the affective spectrum. Garjdeanu captures just how disturbing and twisted the symbiote and host's parasitic relationship is.
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7:04AM on 02/03/2013
The SHARK is a HE, as his name is BRUCE (therefore the name of the shark in Finding Nemo).
Spielberg name it after his, then, LAWYER.
The SHARK is a HE, as his name is BRUCE (therefore the name of the shark in Finding Nemo).
Spielberg name it after his, then, LAWYER.
12:07PM on 02/03/2013
It was actually his dog that the shark was named after.
It was actually his dog that the shark was named after.
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