In the world of entertainment and Pop culture, you will find a large number of heroes and superheroes being celebrated. But as much as these superheroes are identified and loved by their fans, the villains are starting to get a better opportunity in the spotlight as well. As much as they bring value to the movies and their opposing superheroes, these characters have managed to make an impact on Pop culture.
With this new trend of loving villains and anti-hero characters, one artist from Finland decided to put them into art. Meet this cool artist Heini Välikangas, her ‘villain-gallery’ as she calls it, is filled with some of the world’s most popular villains. She also has another unique feature that makes her gallery special. This artist uses black aquarelle paint to create her art in black and white. Even though she limits herself with the color palette, these pictures are awesome and they bring out the life of these characters. Scroll down to check out what we collected for you below.
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#1. Harley Quinn.
#3. Sweeney Todd.
Back in the day, villains were placed in superhero movies to create competition and challenges for a superhero. Finally, the villain gets defeated and that’s how far a villain would go. But, in the current entertainment industry, it is different. They create separate movies to portray the villains’ point of view with their own movies.
#6. Jared Leto’s Joker.
#7. Negan From Walking Dead.
#8. American Horror Story.
#10. Christopher Lee’s Dracula.
Heini studies the shadows of the art and paints them in black and shades them to create the art pop out of her canvas. Most of these villains are loved by people all over the world and are identified immediately on the post, Heini posted on Bored Panda.
#11. Louis – Interview With A Vampire
#12. Claudia – Interview With A Vampire.
#13. Lestat – Interview With A Vampire.
#15. Joaquin Phoenix’s Joker.
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#17. Freddy Krueger.
#19. Gary Oldman’s Dracula.
#20. Daenerys Targaryen.
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