Beautiful Illustrations Of Greek Mythology

Zeus by Aracubus


Zeus by Genzoman


Zeus by briankrobinson


Zeus by el-grimlock


Zeus by TaekwondoNJ


Poseidon by Genzoman


Poseidon by TaekwondoNJ


Poseidon by Grafik


Poseidon Final by ChristmasSocks


Aphrodite by TaekwondoNJ


Aphrodite by InertiaK


Ares by el-grimlock


Ares by Genzoman


Ares by TaekwondoNJ


Hades by TaekwondoNJ


Hades by Genzoman


Hermes by Ameba


Hermes by astrosketch


Delphi oracle by Genzoman


Nike goddess of victory by Genzoman


Nike by thegryph


Andromeda by Genzoman


Goddess Athena by TaekwondoNJ


Medusa by Ironshod


Medusa by Genzoman


Medusa by GH Graphics


Icarus by eWKn


Icarus Angel Collab by Arzuza


36 thoughts on “Beautiful Illustrations Of Greek Mythology

  1. n00b on said:

    why does the last one of Icarus have a cross hanging from his neck, that is fucking stupid and it makes me ever so angry that some ignorant fool would make an ancient greek mythological character into a christian. BULLSHIT.

  2. Dean on said:

    No Sisyphus or Orpheus? D:

  3. Lalo Marquez on said:

    Just like Gods should look, not all bloody and nailed to a cross.

  4. A619 on said:

    oh i love greek mythology
    thanks a lot mate :)

  5. Jack on said:

    Know what sucks? When people start drawing EVERYTHING like a damn video game character. Be more creative!

  6. Amy on said:

    I finally decided to write a comment on your blog. I just wanted to say good job. I really enjoy reading your posts.

  7. Jessica (Das Pope) on said:

    Very cool! Would love to see more stuff like this

    Also Noob I believe its a collaboration between Icarus and an Angel so that’s probably why there is a cross

  8. Jess on said:

    I agree, n00b! That’s just stupid and it pisses me off.

  9. riscy on said:

    Try Wonder Woman series back to 1980s, they made lot of nice reference to Zeus and its family. Learn quite a lot about them! Fun to read!

    They even use Laptop!

  10. ron on said:

    Your Comments thanks for sharing

  11. Catie on said:

    n00b and jess – don’t get so uppety and just appreciate the art. There are any number of reasons that the cross could have been there, the artist might not have been “trying to make Icarus Christian” for one thing – to me it didn’t say Christian – it actually looked a little bit punky to me along with the hair. For another thing, the cross as a symbol was around for over a thousand years before Christianity adopted it as their main symbol – At the birth of Christianity the Christian symbol was actually a fish. Are you going to complain that some of the Poseidon pictures have been “made Christian” because they could have included fish?
    Just enjoy the art.
    Great stuff by the way :)

  12. Ida on said:

    these just look like final fantasy characters, not impressed.

  13. Jeff on said:

    Was that a christian cross? I thought it looked more like Thor’s Hammer…

  14. not necessary on said:

    it seems genzoman owns, the rest is no match for him/her

  15. j on said:

    A lot of these are kind of terrible IMO. genzoman’s are good though of course. But the last one is by far the best. n00b has a good point though, lol. Oh well.

  16. Tom on said:

    Responding to (Lalo Marquez)

    “Just like Gods should look, not all bloody and nailed to a cross.”

    Jesus was nailed to the cross not for Himself but for you. He rose from the dead and has the highest name above every name not only in this age but in the ages to come. To the name of Jesus every knee shall bow and every tongue shall confess that Jesus Christ is Lord.

    God is the God of gods. Everything that claims to be a god and is not, will perish shortly. Remember these words.

  17. C on said:

    …And this is exactly why I’m fed up with religion.

  18. AvS on said:

    I hate this style. Technically well done but tasteless, boring and seen 100000000 times before.

  19. addy on said:

    regarding the first comment on the cross around Icarus’ neck – the cross was a symbol for many cultures before it became the symbol for Christianity….in this instance it may have been used to denote another type of symbolism.
    (From its simplicity of form, the cross has been used both as a religious symbol and as an ornament, from the dawn of man’s civilization. Various objects, dating from periods long anterior to the Christian era, have been found, marked with crosses of different designs, in almost every part of the old world. India, Syria, Persia and Egypt have all yielded numberless examples, while numerous instances, dating from the later Stone Age to Christian times, have been found in nearly every part of Europe. The use of the cross as a religious symbol in pre-Christian times, and among non-Christian peoples, may probably be regarded as almost universal, and in very many cases it was connected with some form of nature worship. (The Encyclopedia Britannica, 11th ed., 1910, Vol. 7, pg. 506. Emphasis ours.)

  20. Robert on said:

    Awesome pictures. And on a side note, why can’t people just keep their religious beliefs to themselves? It’s not that much to ask for, if we wanted to know about them, we’d ask you.

  21. Cad. on said:

    Why does the picture of Hermes have him wearing a leather jacket and smoking. Calm down, it’s artistic interpretation, it’s supposed to be modernized. Calm down and stop overreacting please.

  22. A soul on said:

    Not impressed…?

    dif… bjk, bak-grbj…
    I’d kill to be this good! This is insane!

    I can understand not being original, but not impressed…?

    …I’ll just curl into a ball and cry myself to sleep. I will never attain any skill in life…

  23. koritis on said:

    If an illustration reflects the meaning of things, 90% of these illustrations are off. If the subject was teutonic gods they would be fine I guess, but it’s not…

  24. CSSReX on said:

    Nice!! These illustrations proves that designers imagination can go anywhere :)

  25. Nasty on said:

    really surprised theres no thor up there

  26. Jordan on said:

    these are so col how did you guys learn to draw so good

  27. Sakka on said:

    Nasty, Thor is a part of Norse mythology, not Greek. Though it would be entertaining to see a collection of Norse art as well.

    And as for the complaints about the art being “too video-gamy,” its still impressive and the artists were influenced by the current culture. Our current culture now emphasizes this particular type of art among some. And, considering the amount of reinterpretations of the art before this current gallery (which did display quite a bit of talent), this is still a break from the norm.

  28. Ishy on said:

    All of the complaints about the Christian Icarus lead to another question… Why is he so old? The Ovid story explains him as such a young and ignorant child. He’s supposed to be like, ten ;3

  29. Paul on said:

    Wow! These are magnificent and aside from desktop and or screen savers, these would sell as over sized posters. Just gorgeous!

  30. Wheatgrass Juicer on said:

    It is hard for an empty bag to stand upright. -Benjamin Franklin

  31. matt ashman on said:

    it was pritty good i liked it

  32. haylee on said:

    these are amazing you did a very good job!! keep up the good work hope to see more!!