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YOSHITAKA AMANOTHE SANDMAN: THE DREAM HUNTERS1999Watercolor on paper
Award-winning painter Amano never sells his original artwork; this was a gift to his collaborator on Dream Hunters.From the collection of Neil GaimanAs promised, here are a couple more photos (aggregated) from the Cartoon Art Museum's Sandman exhibit (held earlier this year). Viewing original artwork imparts a gamut of emotions - admiration, awe, wonder, joy, and countless others. When I first laid eyes on Amano's Dream Hunters painting, my initial response was definitely one of awe. Wonder, admiration, and joy were quick to follow, but awe arrived first. Amano’s Dream Hunters caught me off-guard, or more accurately the sheer scope of the piece did. I included a second image (below) in order to convey a sense of scale. Bear in mind, original comic book cover art is typically much larger than the product it’s eventually printed to, and that generalization holds true for the adjacent Sandman Overture cover art. I knew going into the exhibit that I’d have the pleasure of bearing witness to a Yoshitaka Amano original, but despite that foreknowledge, I was ill-prepared for the majestic presence of the piece. If you ever have an opportunity to experience Yoshitaka Amano’s artwork firsthand, do so. 
More Sandman exhibit photos are forthcoming, as well as a few photos from the museum’s other galleries. Even the museum’s gift shop, which employs rather novel signage, is fair game. Links to my previous Cartoon Art Museum Sandman exhibit photographs are listed below:
Sandman Overture no. 1: a side-by-side comparison of the original J.H. Williams III painting to that of the digitally augmented one that graced the cover of the published comic
Sandman vol. 1, issue 8, page no. 13: "The Sound of Her Wings"
Death: by Sam Kieth
Sandman 70: Which Occurs in The Wake of What Has Gone Before
The Endless: Still Life With Cats
Sandman vol. 1, issue 1, page no. 1: Sleep of the Just

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YOSHITAKA AMANO
THE SANDMAN: THE DREAM HUNTERS
1999
Watercolor on paper

Award-winning painter Amano never sells his original artwork; this was a gift to his collaborator on Dream Hunters.

From the collection of Neil Gaiman

As promised, here are a couple more photos (aggregated) from the Cartoon Art Museum's Sandman exhibit (held earlier this year). Viewing original artwork imparts a gamut of emotions - admiration, awe, wonder, joy, and countless others. When I first laid eyes on Amano's Dream Hunters painting, my initial response was definitely one of awe. Wonder, admiration, and joy were quick to follow, but awe arrived first. Amano’s Dream Hunters caught me off-guard, or more accurately the sheer scope of the piece did. I included a second image (below) in order to convey a sense of scale. Bear in mind, original comic book cover art is typically much larger than the product it’s eventually printed to, and that generalization holds true for the adjacent Sandman Overture cover art. I knew going into the exhibit that I’d have the pleasure of bearing witness to a Yoshitaka Amano original, but despite that foreknowledge, I was ill-prepared for the majestic presence of the piece. If you ever have an opportunity to experience Yoshitaka Amano’s artwork firsthand, do so. 

More Sandman exhibit photos are forthcoming, as well as a few photos from the museum’s other galleries. Even the museum’s gift shop, which employs rather novel signage, is fair game.

Links to my previous Cartoon Art Museum Sandman exhibit photographs are listed below:

(vía neil-gaiman)

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The Dark Knight - Created by Alex Arizmendi | Tumblr

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I am the Last Son of Krypton by Matt Ferguson / Tumblr / Website / Twitter
8” X 10” giclee print, numbered edition of 25. Available HERE.

xombiedirge:

I am the Last Son of Krypton by Matt Ferguson / Tumblr / Website / Twitter

8” X 10” giclee print, numbered edition of 25. Available HERE.

pixalry:

Metal Gear Solid 3 Posters - Created by Colin Tan

You can also follow Colin on Tumblr or Twitter.

cosmic-nerd-angel:

If Sherlock was an animated show. 

I took random screencaps from A Scandal in Belgravia and redrew them as cartoons.  

jigokuen:

I realize how spammy I’ve been, so here’s some art, without the SPAM! 

jigokuen:

I realize how spammy I’ve been, so here’s some art, without the SPAM! 

dorkly:

Manga-Style Redesigns of Classic “Cartoon Network” Shows
As part of Gabriel Picolo’s 365 Days of Doodles project, he recently went on a tear of daily reinterpretations of some of our favorite basic-cable animations from the long-lost era of “around 10-15 years ago.”
To see more, click here!

dorkly:

Manga-Style Redesigns of Classic “Cartoon Network” Shows

As part of Gabriel Picolo’s 365 Days of Doodles project, he recently went on a tear of daily reinterpretations of some of our favorite basic-cable animations from the long-lost era of “around 10-15 years ago.”

To see more, click here!

There is no light for those who do not know darkness.

(Fuente: thefilmhead)

by Charcoalo

by Charcoalo

Los Æsir alrededor del cuerpo de Balder. Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg, 1817.

Los Æsir alrededor del cuerpo de Balder. Christoffer Wilhelm Eckersberg, 1817.