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Fan Art of the Week: Cosplay galore


There are many costume ideas that can be inspired from the "Harry Potter" series. This week’s featured fan art is of five fans who expertly dressed up as some key characters from the series. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: A tribute to mothers


Quote tattoos are inspiring as well as meaningful, and Dumbledore's make some of the greatest. This week’s featured fan art piece comes from a fan who wished to give tribute to the series we all love by adding a personal touch. See exactly what we mean here. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Mini Cooper


We all love showing off our love for "Harry Potter". So what’s a better way to show your passion than through your mode of transportation? Take a look at what a certain fan did to improve their ride. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Tattoo sleeve


From a small Deathly Hallows symbol to full Patronus rendering, there are no boundaries for the tattoo-loving Potterheads out there. This week is a tattoo that is sure to impress. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Draco Malfoy


Check out this fan interpretation of one of Draco’s most revealing scenes from the "Harry Potter" series. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Goblet of Fire sculpture


There's always something special when a fan can recreate a look-alike prop piece from a movie. This life-sized commissioned Goblet of Fire is a real treat for the eyes. Check it out now! Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Happy birthday!


All across the world Potterheads are celebrating J.K. Rowling and Harry's birthday today. To give back to the fandom, two of the artist on our fan art profile list have created a few spectacular, intricate, and original pieces for you to feast your eyes on in this special Fan Art of the Week article. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Snape’s Patronus


From a master decipher to a person who has lost his love. Severus Snape dabbled in the Dark Arts and remained the only Death Eater able to conjure a Patronus. This week we have a pencil drawing that captures Snape’s everlasting loyalty. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Hagrid doll


A young fan had the creative juices flowing when she created a very adorable arts and crafts doll for her art class. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Portraits of Emma and Tom


This fan’s free time and skills were well spent in this week’s fan art submission. From colored pencils to graphite, these sketches of Emma Watson and Tom Felton have to be seen to be believed. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Gryffindor Graduate


There is nothing like celebrating a graduation to start off a great summer. Take a look at a fan's creative solution to incorporate his passion for "Harry Potter" with this momentous accomplishment. Read More »

Fan Art Profile Highlight: Olivia Pearce


Fan art comes in all shapes and sizes, and this week's fan art sure is unique! Olivia Pearce has created her very own Gryffindor common room. Not only has she created her own common room, but there is also an adjoining dormitory room with her invisibility cloak ready at hand for whenever mischief arises. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Tattoos galore, PLUS a new fan art profile by Tina Pomeroy


This week we are featuring a plethora of Harry Potter-inspired tattoos. These fellow Potter fans display their passions of the series in an artful - and permanent - way. Read More »

The best of Newt Scamander fan art!

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A couple of weeks ago, we posted about representations of Newt Scamander in fan fiction, and now we have scoured the Internet for some of the coolest fan art renderings of the magizoologist! Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: Snape tattoo


We are back! To start us off with a bang we have an awe-inspiring tattoo sleeve for you to look at from MuggleNet fan Nydegger. Ranging from the intricate detail of the snake's scales, to our beloved Hogwarts, and even a sneak peek at the Potion Master's patronus, anyone can clearly see that this person is a proud Harry Potter fan. Read More »

See today’s featured fan art… by J.K. Rowling


9GAG.com is a website that deals in the sharing of fun, and we were scrolling through when we found this particularly fun nugget for us... Read More »

Featured Fan Art of the Week: Fawkes by Elizabeth

Today we bring you a glorious painting created by Elizabeth which captures Fawkes's intense profile. Beyond his head in the background you can see some Hogwarts-esque windows. Read More »

Featured Fan Art this week: Fan creates life-size Mandrake named “Stumpy”


Caitlin (aka @lightsfan1cm on Twitter) was once trying to purchase a Mandrake online when, after not finding one, she decided to create one of her own and show it to us. We think it looks pretty real! Read More »

Check it out! A fan creates amazing fan art within her “Harry Potter” book


About once a week we like to feature talented artists on MuggleNet, fans who have taken their love of Harry Potter to the next level and fused it with their own creative talents in order to create something remarkable. Today, we would like to share the work of one of those fans who shared it with us first: Kelly. Within her own copy of Harry Potter and the Prisoner of Azkaban Kelly has drawn images of Buckbeak, a Dementor, and a portrait of the boy wizard himself! She has created them such that each piece takes up the entire width of the page, with J.K. Rowling’s original text popping through in places and even adding something in areas Kelly judged there should be less shading. If you would like to see some more cool fan art like Kelly’s, you should definitely browse the MuggleNet gallery right here, where we host thousands of images relevant to Potter fans. If you would like your own art to be hosted in our gallery or featured on our main page, send an email to fanart at staff dot mugglenet dot com. Read More »

Featured Fan Art Profile of the Week: Character portraits by Pete Driscoll


In addition to the usual flow of fan art submissions we recieve daily, there is occassionally an artist who goes above and beyond the call and sends us multiple pieces of Harry Potter art, producing a collection that deserve its very own place on MuggleNet. This week, such an artist has come to our attention - a fan artist named Pete Driscoll who has created ten digital portraits, many of which are clearly inspired by the Deathly Hallows movies. Read More »