The mesmerizing comic book and video game art of Mitchell Mayorga

We’ve been enamored lately with the lively, creative, standout art of Mitchell Mayorga, a digital artist hailing from Boston, Massachusetts. Although it was his striking Venom skyscraper comic book-inspired piece which first caught our attention, there are plenty more offerings from Mitchell’s multifaceted portfolio that are every bit as striking.

From originative art with surrealistic elements like “Head in the Clouds”:

Atmospheric city scenes like “Prague,” which utilize skillful perspective and adroitly juxtapose bleary, fog-filled, orange-streaked skies with dark cobblestone paths:

Refreshing landscape scenes such as “Light House” that evoke a sense of sereneness, romanticism and rolling waves so realistic you can smell the sea-salt.

And of course, Mitchell can also put together awesome art featuring some of our favorite comic book and video game characters/franchises, like the following:

Into the Spider-Verse

Spider-Man 2099, Spider-Gwen and Miles flexing their winter jackets. Check out the detailed, realistic texturing on the coats. Loving the colors on Gwen’s.

Spider-Man: No Way Home

Check out the painting process behind this impressive Spider-Man: No way Home piece.

Incredible Hulk/Super Mario mashup


Things we didn’t know we needed to see in life: Venom perched on a building with apple cider donuts, pumpkin spice hot chocolate, snapping a selfie with his tongue on an iPhone. We just feel bad for the high rise window cleaners who have to deal with this the next morning. And apparently whatever young lady named Becky that Venom devoured directly before this scene takes place.

Check out the entire city skyline reflected in the window glass.

Another Venom piece; the symbiote’s looking freaky swole, vascular and intricately detailed here.




The Punisher

Goblin (World of Warcraft)

“Time is money, friend.”

Bulbasaur (Pokemon)

Darth Vader

Deftones’ Chino Moreno

Which mesmerizing art piece of Mitchell Mayorga's portfolio was your favorite? Let us know in the comments.

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