As we wind down 2014 and get ready to retire to our bat caves and hobbit holes for a little R&R over the holidays, we have just a bit more business to take care of before bidding adieu to the year. While Warner Bros. can boast a library of titles that ranges from classics such as Gone with the Wind and Casablanca to the inherently trippy Inherent Vice, what we really want to take a moment and boast about today is you — our fans. We’d like to show our appreciation and showcase your incredible talent by highlighting some of the year’s finest fan art. Videos, digital art, painting, photography…this is just a tiny drop in the bucket of amazing and inspiring work we found around the Web.
A Classic, Remixed
Back in 2012 WB.com fans voted The Wizard of Oz as our #1 movie of all time in our Movie Madness poll. Celebrating its 75th anniversary in 2014, it only seems fitting that we kick off our fan tribute with this The Wizard of Oz Remix by Eclectic Method and Beatnik.
Making Merry in Mirkwood
Ramida Rojanavipat has created this gorgeous rendering of Hobbit elves Legolas and Tauriel sharing a quiet moment in the Mirkwood forest as twilight approaches.
Source: Ramida Rojanavipat
Superheroes, Super Fans
Warner Bros. certainly has a rich superhero history from which to draw inspiration. Over the past ten years cinema has seen the superhero become more flawed and multifaceted. We've examined their human side, as well as their supernatural.
French photographer Sacha Goldberger has set out to re-appropriate the American superhero and re-imagine them as melancholy portraits by 16th century Flemish masters in his collection, Super-Flemish.
Source: Sacha Goldberger
Wonder Woman will be making her big screen debut in 2016's Batman V Superman: Dawn of Justice. Artist Meder Taab created this showdown of the three superheroes.
Source: Meder Taab
A Little Bit Quirky
A digital love story, Her, stars Joaquin Phoenix as Theodore — a lonely man who falls in love with an Operating System. Artist Ivonna Buenrostro created this piece of digital art capturing one of Theodore's most vulnerable and sweet moments in the film.
Source: Ivonna Buenrostro
Another quirkly fan favorite who has trouble with relationships, to put it mildly, is The Big Bang Theory's Sheldon Cooper. Okan Bülbül created this amazing portrait of Jim Parsons as awkward genius Sheldon.
Source: Art of Okan
A Little Bit Creepy
YouTube beauty guru Hannah Leigh has put together a complete makeup tutorial on how to re-create Annabelle's creeeeeepy look. You'll want to bookmark this one for next Halloween for sure.
Source: Hannah Leigh
The King of All Monsters
After all that city destructing even The King of All Monsters needs a place to rest and put up his feet. Artist Jose Galvan has imagined Godzilla on his Iron Throne made of the skeletons of a city he has laid bare.
Source: Jose Galvan