This Brazilian Artist Turns Your Favourite Childhood Heroes And Meals Into Creepy Characters (17 Pics)


Yan Blanco is a 24-year-old freelance artist from Sao Paulo, Brazil, who’s a professional at turning your favourite childhood heroes into characters you’re extra prone to see in horror motion pictures. There’s simply one thing very disturbing concerning the artist’s model that’s laborious to explain – the characters he recreates are creepily human-like, overly high-detailed and… fleshy? I’m fairly certain you’ll perceive what I imply if you see a few of his works.

In an interview with Bored Panda, the artist mentioned he knew he needed to work with digital artwork since he was a child. Throughout his days at the Faculty of Graphic Design again in 2014, Yan found Blender – a pc program used for creating 3D fashions – and it utterly modified his creative path. After discovering this system, the artist began finding out all the things he might discover about creating 3D artwork and finally acquired a job provide from Techno Picture, a Brazilian manufacturing home.

Thus far Yan has recreated lots of our favourite characters, in addition to varied different gadgets, and all of them look extremely eerie – try his works within the gallery under!

Extra information: Instagram | yanblanco.com | behance.net

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#1 Peppa Pig

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#2 Bugs Bunny

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#three Tin Woodman

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#four Bananas In Pyjamas

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#5 Rick

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#6 Brocoloco

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#7 Mr. Carrot

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#eight Spongebob

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#9 Teletubbies

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#10 Santa Claus

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#11 The Junkie Fish

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#12 Pizza

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#13 Carnivorous Plant

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#14 Lonely Tree

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#15 Little Dolly

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#16 Cocoa

Picture supply: Yan Blanco

#17 Boxer Pig

Picture supply: Yan Blanco