The Most Impressive Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Art You Will Ever See

Hopefully everyone at this point know who the Ninja Turtles are but in case you don’t here’s a quick history lesson. The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles originated in a comic book in 1984 before their expansion into a cartoon series, films, video games, toys, and other general merchandise. During the peak of the franchise’s popularity in the late 1980s through the early 1990s, it gained massive worldwide success and fame.

Ninja Turtles Art of All Styles

This collection of Ninja Turtles art was curated by US artist Chogrin at the Bottleneck Gallery. Fan art is always cool but this collection of Ninja Turtles art is incredible. There’s something for everyone in a variety of cool and interesting styles. Some of the featured pieces are very illustrated and vibrant, others are more realistic and have a dark edge to them. [via geek-art]

100 Soft Cowabunga Pizza Party
Alex Eckman-Lawn Raph’s Big Day
Alex Eckman-Lawn Technodrome Doomsday
Alina Chau – Shredder
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Chet Phillips – Samurai Turtle
Dave Perillo – Flat Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
Gabz & Krzysztof – Domaradzki TMNT
Ninja Turtles Art
Gabz & Krzysztof Domaradzki – Turtle Power
Glen Brogan – The Incredible Technodrome
Gris Grimly – Shaolin
Hanzel Haro – You can’t stop the Krang
James Lien – Booyakasha
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Justin Gammon – The Party Wagon
Kaz Oomori – Green Warriors
Luke Flowers – Play Time’s Never Over
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Marie Bergeron – Shredder
Matt Ferguson – Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles
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Rhys Cooper – TMNT

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Written by Adrian Martinez

I'm an Art Director based in Toronto, Canada with over 10 years of industry experience. This is both my design blog and my digital playground. Head on over to  to view my work or connect with me on Linkedin. 

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