Street Art We Like By Street Artist AK47

AK47 graffiti East Harlem Hall of Fame NYC The Final Edition at East Harlems Graffiti Hall of Fame: AK47, Pose 2, Chemis, HopsOne, Scratch, Shock, Part One, Kingbee, Tony 164, Slave, Jesus Saves, Tomb, Wizart, Mad1, & Had2, Jerms and Rain

Brazilian writer AK47

Photo by Lois Stavsky

 

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Street Art We Like In NYC

Sheryo street art NYC Curious Characters on NYC Streets: Zio Ziegler, Sheryo, JC, Lamour Supreme, Reme821, Sinned, QRST & Mr. Penfold

Sheryo in the East Village

Lamour Supreme 2 Curious Characters on NYC Streets: Zio Ziegler, Sheryo, JC, Lamour Supreme, Reme821, Sinned, QRST & Mr. Penfold

Lamour Supreme in Williamsburg, Brooklyn

Reme821 street art Brooklyn Curious Characters on NYC Streets: Zio Ziegler, Sheryo, JC, Lamour Supreme, Reme821, Sinned, QRST & Mr. Penfold

Reme821 in Bushwick, Brooklyn

Sinned street art Welling Court NYCatwc copy Curious Characters on NYC Streets: Zio Ziegler, Sheryo, JC, Lamour Supreme, Reme821, Sinned, QRST & Mr. Penfold

Sinned at Welling Court in Astoria, Queens

Photos by Dani Mozeson, Tara Murray and Lois Stavsky

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T-Shirts We Like: More Shirts We Like That Are Creative

Hello Jawa

“Hello Jawa” by theepiceffect

Jawa in the style of Hello Kitty

Heisenberg Chemistry

“Heisenberg Chemistry” by R-evolution GFX

Very addictive!!

Starbucks coffee style Breaking Bad design

SWANSONATOR

“SWANSONATOR” by Perry Casey aka Faymuss

Ron Swanson: “I’ll be back.”

Chimichanga Dude!

“Chimichanga Dude!” by Nik Holmes

Then from out of the dark came an awesome sound!
Shouted “Chimichanga!” as he hit the ground.

Not a ninja, just a merc (with a mouth).

Deadpool in the style of Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles

How To Be A Party Dude

“How To Be A Party Dude” by Josh Mirman

A typographic design based on Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles.

Incredible Plumber

“Incredible Mario” by Harebrained

Is he MAN or PLUMBER… or both?!

Vintage Plumber

“Vintage Plumber” by Harebrained

Mario in the style of Steamboat Willie

Minion Bros

“Minion Bros” by SOULTHROW

If Minions were made back in the 80’s…!

Pulp Minion

“Pulp Minion” by 2mz

Vincent Vega and Jules Winnfield as minions.

Daddy’s Girl

“Daddy’s Girl” by fishbiscuit

Big Daddy’s little girl needed her own logo.

The Mischievous Gremlin

“The Mischievous Gremlin” by Mike Handy and Nik Holmes

The strangest pet of all time! Is it mogwai or monster… or is it both?

A tribute to Gremlins in the style of a comic cover.

 

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Tattooed Model Meizy From Hawaii

 

Model Meizy is a beautifully tattooed model from Hawaii

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Upcoming Incredible Hare Comic Book By Austin Lee

Featuring our Incredible Hare comic book cover  art work preview created By Austin Lee.

If you want a issue of it contact us at Diabolical Rabbit® by going to our contact us page.

Also if you would like to have your comic book under Diabolical Rabbit® then hit us up in our contact us section and we will respond within 24 hours.

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Duracell Print Campaign By Nikopicto

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Duracell Print Campaign 2009 Europe/Asia
Ogilvy & Mather Paris

Awards
2010 Cannes Shortlisted – Duracell print
2009 Eurobest Bronze Award – Duracell
Full 3D images.
Duracell Print Campaign 2009 Europe/Asia
Agency : Ogilvy & Mather Paris
Client : PROCTER & GAMBLE

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Character Illustrations By Melissa Ballesteros

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These awesome works/illustrations are done by Melissa Ballesteros who is based out of Guadalajara, Mexico.

If you love her character illustrations you can find more HERE.

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Lego Wars By Dale May

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Photographer Dale May and his new series entitled “Lego Wars”  This series combines elements of popular culture, fashion, advertising and nostalgia by using macro photography to capture tiny LEGO figures of iconic Star Wars characters.

 

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