photorealistic illustrations revisit kim possible villain’s lair

The interiors and landscapes of ‘kim possible’ reimagined in 3D renderings

Designer Zina Baker reinvents the interiors of Dr. Drakken’s lair from “Kim Possible” cartoon in a photorealistic series illustrations. Released in 2002, the fan-favorite animated series depicts unique concept art and architecture. Senior Art Director Alan Bodner and supporting artists drew inspiration from 1950s and 60s aesthetics to design interior spaces, home decor items, and graphic posters in abstract shapes and colors. 2D animated spaces are reimagined into photorealistic 3D dreamscapes.

images courtesy of Zina Baker, except where noted

Dr Drakken’s Lair sports an extravagant interior design from the 50s and 60s

More precisely, the designer chose Dr. Drakken’s lair, as Kim Possible’s villain followed a very particular style for his hideout. Selected scenes show the character’s living room, bedroom, study, and fireplace, as well as a distant shot of his home.“Villains in TV shows and movies have the most extravagant haunts”, the artist shared. Revisiting cartoon and childhood imagery has led to photorealistic 3D renderings of interiors.

photorealistic illustrations revisit kim possible villain's lair
the desk and fireplace – image from Kim Possible by ©Disney

photorealistic illustrations revisit kim possible villain's lair
Drakken’s Lair Exhibit Shot – Image from ©Disney’s Kim Possible

photorealistic illustrations revisit kim possible villain's lair
Dr. Drakken’s Living Room – image from ©Disney’s Kim Possible

photorealistic illustrations revisit kim possible villain's lair
Dr. Drakken’s Island Room

photorealistic illustrations revisit kim possible villain's lair
the bedroom – image from Kim Possible by ©Disney

project info:

Last name: Dr. Drakken’s Lair – aestheticized
designate: Zina Baker | @zinabaker_

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edited by: christina vergopoulou | design boom

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