Disney Characters in Real Life, Photoshop Artwork

“Star Wars in Real Life” from Disney Characters in Real Life

This is “Star Wars in Real Life” from my ongoing series “Disney Characters in Real Life”.  

This is a photoshop remix I made by compositing in the AT-AT Walker and Rouge One Stormtrooper into a scene created by sci-fi artist Simon Stalenhag. He makes paintings mostly set with a dark and gritty dystopian tone, featuring post future landscapes and characters filled with some creepy, but awesome looking robots. 

You can check out his work here:


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BUICK Skyway – Levitating Car


I designed this car and retro futuristic ad in photoshop. I wanted to bring the era of 1950′s American culture into the future by creating a concept car that will appeal to not just classic car enthusiasts, but anyone who gets the feels when thinking about milkshakes, jukebox’s, diners, sock hops, and drive-in movie theaters.

Thanks to Lauren Richmond, Ryan Golden, and Lee DeWyze for helping me with the design and revision process and my Dad for making me fall in love with classic cars.

Here is the 1950s BUICK Riviera used to create this image.


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Photoshop Artwork




”Mew In Real Life”

I created this character design image in Photoshop, for a new series I am developing called “Nintendo in Real Life”.  I was inspired by all the Pokémon mania going on these days and it compelled me to create a vision of what one of these characters could look like if they existed in the real world.

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Beeple Remix


Above (Black and White) – Andrew Michael Golden – Beeple Remix

Below (Color) – Original Beeple “Everyday” 

I created this image in Photoshop by remixing a piece created by the artist, Beeple.  He is one of the worlds leading Cinema4D artists, which is the software program used to create high-end computer and motion graphics for commercials, television shows, and large scale music productions.  Beeple created the concert visualizations for the Zedd’s True Color’s concert tour, as well as created visuals used by Deadmau5, Skrillix, and Avicii.  He creates hyper photo real sci-fi landscapes and environments, some he animates and others in still art.   

The primary image I used to create this piece was from an “Everyday” he created back in February of this year, which is a 7 year art project in which he creates a new piece every single day and posts it to his Tumblr and Instagram.  He also makes some of his work available Creative Commons, for other artists to openly use for commercial and non-commercial use, which has given vetted and new artists ability to learn and create off his skills elevating their projects and talents to higher levels.  

I just about crapped my pants when I saw his piece “Zero Day” for the first time, which is a short film he made using elements and pieces he has built over the years from his “Everydays”.  If your interested in this kinda thing, you should definitely check out Zero Day on his website, http://www.beeple-crap.com and also his Tumblr to see all this “Everydays”.