Artist Jodi Moisan’s pony-superhero mashups are utterly delightful.
For every woman who grew up loving comic books and ponies, visual artist Jodi Moisan’s superhero/My Little Pony mashups are, as V. aptly put it, “So much perfect!” Jodi is one of the many creative talents who have contributed pieces being auctioned for Wonder Woman Day, the Wonder Woman Museum’s annual project that supports anti domestic-violence programs. Delightful and highly detailed, Jodi’s ponies of Wondy, Batgirl, Modok, Mockingbird and Wolverine made my inner 6-year-old positively giddy. And as the mother of an actual 6-year-old, I know there are scores of girls and boys — and grownups, for that matter — who would love to get their hands on these four-legged action figures. No less than Stan Lee is a fan of Jodi’s work (he has a custom Stan Lee figurine that she made), and John Byrne owns one of her ponies.
More dope Wonder Woman art from artist Ben Caldwell.
We know artist Ben Caldwell draws a gorgeous, distinctive Wonder Woman, and he’s using his talent to support a good cause. Caldwell is one of the artists who has donated artwork that will be auctioned for Wonder Woman Day V, an annual event supporting anti-domestic violence programs. There’s a ton of stuff being auctioned, ranging from the seriously cool (including Caldwell’s sketch above) to the quirky to the, ah, different. In other words, something for everyone.
For those of us still drooling over Caldwell’s pitch for a series about our favorite superheroine, there’s a special treat below — another sketch from the passion project that captivated Wonder Woman fans across the blogosphere. The sword! The big eyes! The flowing locks! Sigh. So pretty.
Many thanks to Ben for sharing these lovely images with Girls Gone Geek! If you’re anywhere near Portland or Flemington, N.J., on Oct. 24, check out the Wonder Woman Day V events, which include artist signings, displays of Wonder Woman collectibles, festivities, plentiful cosplay and, of course, silent art auctions. Online pre-bidding runs Oct. 16-23, and there’s lots more information on the Wonder Woman Museum site here.