Fan Art: GTA Art Zine, Criminal Masterminds, Grove Street Families & More
The latest bounty of fan art features a GTA art zine, a neon-laden Vice City background and some great Red Dead cosplayers. Make sure to follow us on Twitter and Instagram where we feature the latest and greatest creations from the community. If you've got some fantastic fan art to share, be sure to tweet it at us or drop it in the comments below.
AxiomDesign's Vice City-inspired desktop background offers a stylish take on Ocean Beach.
"WHAT HAPPENS IN THE DARK is a not-for-profit art zine looking for submissions based on any or all Grand Theft Auto games." The art zine is currently being organized by GTA devotees loseranthems and beastheads and will be taking submissions up until August 26th. Be sure to head over to their Tumblr page for all the info.
Chank typically creates sticker-style/8-bit art and here uses his talents to portray the one and only Trevor Philips.
DeviantARTist Neomineom shows off Trevor as the consummate proto-hipster with a flower beard in this illustration.
DeviantARTist UzumakiGolden presents their no-nonsense GTA Online character, calmly displaying her handgun coupled with a fierce manicure.
To commemorate their Heist team completing the Criminal Mastermind Challenge, lascalis drew up their GTA Online character complete with Grenade Launcher, Leather Zippers and a cash-filled Stirling GT.
Jan Suchánek depicts the Grove Street Families, chibi-style, featuring Sweet, Big Smoke, CJ and Ryder.
Mexican artist eliant elias has created a brilliantly stylized piece of Max Payne 3 art featuring the titular hero staring pensively over beautiful São Paulo.
Bully Converse by Cameron
Cameron tweeted us these awesome custom sneakers featuring the Bullworth Academy coat of arms on one side and Jimmy on the other.
Lizardman22 showed up to Supanova Sydney 2015 in this killer Undead Nightmare Marston.
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