Go Underground With These Radical Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Designs

Go Underground With These Radical Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Designs

Dan Brooks is an illustrator with a penchant for pop culture design. He’s also a fan of the classic Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles action figures. In this design series, he combines his loves.

This set of illustrations, which Dan tells me is based on the original wave of Playmates toys in the 1980s, uses bright colours and clear design to create a neat, nostalgic sense of these characters.

These are the Turtles and their enemies in their loudest, most iconic forms, drilled down to their essence. I really dig these illustrations, and I’m proud to present them for your viewing pleasure with Dan’s permission.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Michelangelo.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Donatello.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Raphael.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Leonardo!

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

April O’Neil, ready with the scoop.

Image: Dan Brooks

Image: Dan Brooks

Splinter.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Shredder.

Image: Dan Brooks

Image: Dan Brooks

Rocksteady.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Bebop.

Illustration: Dan Brooks

Illustration: Dan Brooks

The dreaded Foot Clan.

If you like Dan’s work, check out more on his Instagram.