Before Hugh Jackman donned the adamantium claws as everyone's favorite mutant Wolverine, there were a few other Aussies up for the gig. Including one Mel Gibson — and here's concept art showing what Wolverine could have looked like.
At the time of his casting, Tom Cruise seemed like an odd choice to play Interview with the Vampire's infamous Lestat. But what if Al Pacino had taken the role instead?
We've witnessed some amazing concept art during io9's concept art week, and celebrated everything from the artists who make it happen to the tools they use. Here are some of the most stunning, mind-expanding concept art posts.
When you look through Miles Teves' online concept art portfolio, it's hard not to feel sad about how cool Terminator 3 and Terminator Salvation, plus a Dune movie, could have looked. And his design for Spider-Man's Goblin is clearly superior.
The best concept art tells a story, all by itself. But what's the difference between creating concept art for movies, versus drawing comics or illustrating books? We asked some of our favorite concept artists, and here's what they said.
Click to viewScience fiction is all about creating strange and incredible worlds, whether they're the future of Earth or a far-off planet. And the key to the most breathtaking science fictional worlds always starts with the work of production designers and concept artists who create brilliant and freaktastic worlds,…
Why he rules: Miles Teves got his start working as a concept illustrator with Rob Bottin Productions, helping to design the unique look of Paul Weller's cyborg body in RoboCop. Since then, he's done everything from masks to makeup to concept design to storyboarding. A sculptor since he made dinosaurs as a child, Teves…