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French art director and cartoonist David Troquier aka “troqman” creates drawings on separate sketchbooks and then cleverly put them together in a way that make it seem like they are actually interacting with each other. Via: WhatAnArt

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"I wanted to create a narrative for each vehicle, to create a character or characters that live, drive and survive. So I placed objects that I thought first would be necessary for survival (water, petrol, food, weapons) and then I started to populate the interiors with personal objects that I felt would be important to the characters in a life or death situation —photographs, books, rosary beads etc. I also wanted to put some small detailed textures somewhere on the vehicles—blood stains, scrawled writings, pop culture designs, etc"

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“The Good, The Bad, And the Wookie" by Mexico-based Adam Rufino

Prints available for purchase from Society6. US$14.56 - $42.64

"The good, the bad and the Wookie was one of my first designs ever made for Tshirts, the people love it but I always feel like I lost the essence fo the original The good, the bad and the ugly movie poster, so I made this redesign focus in the western movie and working a lot more on the characters."

geekartgallery:

Prints available for purchase from Society6. US$14.56 - $42.64
"The good, the bad and the Wookie was one of my first designs ever made for Tshirts, the people love it but I always feel like I lost the essence fo the original The good, the bad and the ugly movie poster, so I made this redesign focus in the western movie and working a lot more on the characters."

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More from Nicolas Bannister’s The Car Series

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Nostalgia - 1986 by Matt Leunig

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Nostalgia - 1986 by Matt Leunig

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Gallery 1988 will hold a series of Ghostbusters-themed art shows to commemorate the classic film’s 30th Anniversary.  The traveling art show that will stop in Chicago, Los Angeles, New York, and San Diego.

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Epic SNES by Adam Rufino