April 23, 2014

PixArt: November Feature I – All Together Now

You just can’t help but be charmed by the work of Momo and Sprits. Their work is relentlessly appealing. Whether it’s their take on pop culture icons or intricately designed t-shirts, their bright style shines through in every image. We simply adore their take on the films of Pixar and can’t thank them enough for contributing a wonderful piece. You can follow their work on their website, twitter, Facebook, tumblr and Dribbble. And make sure to check out their beautiful art used in the irreverent animated short The Existential Adventures of Tim Maia. It’s a fantastic use of their approach to characters and design. Read on for more about Momo and Sprits in their own words!

Momo and Sprits

Name: Momo and Sprits

Website/Blog/Portfolio: momoandsprits.com

We currently live in: Dundee, Scotland

We consider our hometown to be: Wherever our friends, family and computer reside.

Favourite Pixar movie:

Momo argued for Wall-E, but Sprits wouldn’t hear of it and stuck with Finding Nemo.

Favourite Pixar character:

We both agreed on Finding Nemo’s suave cleaner shrimp Jacques, closely followed by Wall-E’s cockroach pet.

Tell us about your piece:

After a lot of brainstorming and many liters of coffee we concluded that we couldn’t decide on a single film, so we did all of them.

Who/what inspires you:

Video games!

Recommend something, anything, to our readers:

Watch Secret of Kells, read Good Omens, play Yoshi’s Island and eat watermelons, lots of watermelons.

Shameless self-promotion:

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About Jerrod Maruyama

Jerrod Maruyama is a freelance illustrator currently residing in Sacramento, CA. His passions include character design, animated films, Disneyland and all things cute. For more about Jerrod, visit his website here.

  • Adam Lehman

    Where can i buy this Pixart? I love almost all of these posts!

    • http://pixartimes.com Samad Rizvi

      With artwork like this, a license needs to be obtained from Disney in order to be sold. Make sure to keep following the artists, though. You never know what might happen!

    • http://pixartimes.com Samad Rizvi

      We appreciate the kind words about PixArt! Jerrod puts in a lot of work on these posts, and we have an incredible pool of artists who have been nice enough to contribute. It is great to see artists’ creativity!