I recently stumbled upon Dmitry Maximov’s amazing drawings. It is very interesting to see how the artist inserted his characters into our real world. He is combining real pictures with cartoony alien figures, creating a special world of shy and curious beings. Some are really cute, some heart-warming and some destructive. It is pretty close to us humans just with a different outlook. I love how they blend in so seamlessly and realistically. I really like this kind of art. It is incredibly creative. He have managed to mix just the right colors, highlights and shadows to make this seem real. Hope you guys will spread these around your friends.

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  • PETER:

    Hardly “disturbing”!!!

  • marauder:

    good work… Patricia Bauer,shut up!!!

  • babygirl:

    I love each and every details and idea in these pictures, awesome!! keep it up!! :)

  • Patricia Bauer:

    Stupid, misleading and ridiculous!

  • Andre Mejía:

    Me encantaron!

  • servis racunara:

    Really amazing work , just keep the power on .

  • amar dell:

    cool awesom love it :D thanks

  • Adolf:

    What? I don’t see the same “stunning work” the rest of you folks see. Please educate me as to why these pictures are, “Seriously Disturbing Photographs”?

    Adolf Skroatler von Baggenstein

  • stylez:

    I don’t understand why the title is “90 Seriously Disturbing Photographs”. What is “disturbing” about these?

  • Jacqui:

    Thank you for sharing. Very cool.

  • harshal:

    loved it !!!

  • reidy68:

    …love ’em! as Slim Marley said, some tutorials would be great to see how some of this work’s done!

  • Jessica:

    His art evokes the spirit of Japanese toy design, implanting its imaginary creatures into a surreal context, using photoshopped photographs that retain enough reality to be off-putting and familiar at once.

  • Gorny S.:

    I love his work.

  • Pali Madra:

    This is just too wonderful, there is no single image that I don’t like… designer really makes different…

  • Slim Marley:

    Wow. Very inspiring stuff. Thanks so much for sharing this. Some tutorials on achieving some of these effects would make this even better!

  • Eddy:

    This Gives alot of inspiration and ideas,
    Thanks for the share!

  • Anna:

    Wow! what beautiful work, and amazing talent you have, would love to see more.

  • JohnsonK.:

    These are pretty awesome stuffs, you can truly manipulate any images with today technology. I’m looking forward to more such invaluable photos.

  • Dan Neal:

    I’ve always loved this style and there were many on this post that I haven’t seen before, Thanks!

  • Mike:

    Stunning work, great post!

  • Nathan Brown:

    very good inspiration, much appreciated!

  • Brett Widmann:

    Wonderful Illustration !!

  • Cheryl John:

    so nice!

  • Sebastian:

    nice man ,youre a proffesional

  • Berlacher:

    These are great!

  • Fazreen: