There aren’t many illustration posts here are Enfuzed so we’ve decided to add one here. Below are some creative WWE (World Wrestling Entertainment) superstar graphic illustrations created by James White. James is a visual artist, designer and speaker living in Dartmouth, Nova Scotia, Canada.
So what made James decide to start a project like this? He is quoted saying on his website “I haven’t been into wrestling for about 2 decades now, kinda stopped watching around the early 90s. But getting into these illustrations re-opened just how INTO wrestling I was back then. From about ’87 to ’93 it ruled my life, mostly due to my childhood buddy Mike. We drew our own wrestlers, ran our own imaginary federations and watched a ton of the special WWF events”.
We are happy we came across this project and a big thanks to James for letting us showcase this on Enfuzed. James says he’s going to be adding more illustrations to this project so you can keep up with it through his blog, Facebook, Instagram, Twitter, and Behance.
Bret ‘The Hitman’ Hart
Jake ‘The Snake’ Roberts
Hawk and Animal, The Legion of Doom
Randy ‘Macho Man’ Savage
The Ultimate Warrior
‘Rowdy’ Roddy Piper
‘The Million Dollar Man’ Ted DiBiase
Ricky ‘The Dragon’ Steamboat
The Junkyard Dog
‘Stone Cold’ Steve Austin
Koko B. Ware
André the Giant
There are thousands of WordPress themes on the web, finding the right one for your website can be a tough task. Free WordPress themes are a dime a dozen now a days and without the knowledge of being able edit code and customize a free theme, your website could end up looking like 1000 others out on the web. This is where purchasing a premium WordPress theme can come in handy.
Since most of the websites on the web use free themes, purchasing a premium theme can set your website apart from the pack. Premium themes are built with more love and attention to detail, they also come with a lot better support than a free theme would come with. This can come in handy if you decide to start customizing your WordPress site on your own and run into problems or need help. Another great thing about premium themes is that they usually come with a lot more user friendly customization capabilities to help you further set your site apart.
Here we’ve gathered 22 beautiful premium WordPress themes that are sure to appeal to your site audience and set your website apart from the competition. Enjoy…
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6. Fable by Elegant Themes
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9. Conexus by ThemeFuse
A continuance of our older post, 30 beautiful mobile UI examples, here we will showcase 25 stunning mobile UI examples that come from various designers. As the world keeps transitioning towards a complete mobile take over, designers are challenged to keep creating simpler and more stunning user interfaces for mobile devices. As I’ve said before, in order to capture the users attention and keep them intrigued, a visually appealing mobile interface is extremely important.
August’s artist of the month is Mirko Landi, a 22 year old graphic designer from Milan, Italy. When asked what made him want to become a graphic designer Mirko answered:
“When I first started studying Visual Communication I didn’t quite expect this job to be the way it turned out to be. I got passionate understanding the importance of creating something which just not looks good, like art itself, but actually finds the best way to incorporate both beauty and meaning.”
“I don’t usually call myself just a graphic designer, cause I believe that what I deliver is beyond graphic – it’s a product, it’s sell-able and has a message in it. At the moment I’m working really hard to grow my graphic and visual skills to become a brand strategist and a consistent Art Director.”
Mirko has created these minimalist Pixar and Disney characters which he says is one of his dearest projects. It was developed independently as a personal project while having his best time in Australia. He goes on to say:
“I think that my attitude to the project reflects my state of mind during that time (in Australia). I’ve always been a great fan of traditional animation and I wanted to represent their beauty with a consistent style and create a sort of animation encyclopedia. It’s now been more than a year ago but I still wish to find the time in the close future to keep on developing this project, which also got so unexpectedly appreciated, maybe with an animated icon/gif version. Stay tuned!”
I’m glad I stumbled across this awesome project, I think it’s one of the more creative things we’ve published here on Enfuzed and I hope you all enjoy it. You can check out more from Mirko on his behance page.
Minimalism has been one of the bigger trends this year in both web design and graphic design. Another big design trend this year has been minimal poster designs. You may remember a few past articles we had on movie poster designs: 16 Minimalism Movie Posters and Alphabet Movie Posters. Here below we have 12 more minimal movie posters to add to the collection.
These movie poster designs were created by Eder Rengifo, a 21 year old graphic designer from Peru, using his favorite movies. You can follow Eder on Twitter and Behance to stay to date on his current projects.
Cidade de Deus
Full Metal Jacket
Pirates of Silicon Valley
The Truman Show
Some companies are notorious for certain things and, when mentioned, bring a certain thought to mind. Viktor Hertz took that thought to the next level by creating logo redesigns of popular companies, revealing the actual content of the company by what they really should be called. He has named this project Honest Logos and says “Some are cheap, some might be a bit funny, some will maybe be brilliant. I don’t know”. We think he summed it up pretty well.
You can keep up with Viktor’s work via Twitter, Facebook, behance, YouTube, Vimeo, Flickr, LinkedIn, and MySpace here.
Nothing To Do
aka Anheuser Busch
Will Work for Awhile
aka Coca Cola
aka Seven Eleven
Buildin’ Body Fat
aka Dunkin’ Donuts
Adult Toys – Hillbilly Drivers
aka Harley Davidson Motorcycles
No Place For Us Anymore
No Kids Want Our Phones Anymore
Pay for Boobs
Sugar Bomb Combos
The Following Preview
Very Cheesy Pictures
aka Walt Disney
Crawling in the Morning
aka Captain Morgan
Cyclemon is a made in France graphic design project created by Thomas Pomarelle and Romain Bourdieux for the 100th anniversary of the Tour de France. The principle of the Cyclemon, “You are what you ride”, combines bicycle designs with categories of different kinds of people in a caricatured manner.
All of these posters are available for purchase here from $16 each. This is definitely one of my favorite projects that I have come across to date and it’s an entertaining one at that.
What do you ride?