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Video Fan Art of the Week: “Silver”

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In this week's Fan Art, we feature a beautiful song based on Snape's love for Lily. Read More »

MuggleNet’s Fan Art of the Week: “Mandrake baby”

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In this week's Fan Art, one creative mom has turned her baby into a Mandrake! The incredible detail is sure to cure anyone who is Petrified! Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “Night Post”

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This week's fan art features a beautiful representation of our favorite snowy owl: Hedwig! Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “Hagrid’s Hut for Zoey”

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This week's fan art is a beautifully crafted representation of Hagrid's Hut. However, it has one twist: it's for a cat! Read More »

MuggleNet’s Fan Art of the Week: ‘The Final Battle’

Our next Fan Art submission of the week is very unique, and it comes to us from Erika James of University of St. Thomas in Minnesota, USA. Her submission is a video of a dance she choreographed at her school with a friend. It’s very dramatic and exciting to watch. Noah’s Notes: This was brilliant! At the beginning of the piece, Erika had the dancers use techniques of ballet to capture the softer opening of John Williams’ “Hedwig’s Theme”…then when Voldemort and the Death Eaters come in they start breaking into modern dance as the music radically changes from classical to dubstep. Erika’s piece has such an exceptional blend of flavors – you have to view this video again and again to really take them all in. Well done Erika! Remember, fan art need not only be paintings and drawings, but any kind of art creation you want to submit. To learn how to submit your piece of Potter-themed fan art or view all of our archives, head on over to our MuggleNet Fan Art Section. Your piece of art could be selected and highlighted right here on our Home Page, just like Erika’s and the University of St. Thomas ... Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: ‘Hogwarts Crest in Post-It Notes’

This week's Fan Art of the Week submission comes to us from Jill, and it's a stop-motion video of her creating a pixilated version of the Hogwarts Crest...made entirely from Post-it Notes. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “Gryffindor Face”

This week's Fan Art submission comes to us from Angie of Tasmania, Australia. She has expertly painted her face with the Gryffindor Shield, which you can view the full size image of right here. You can learn how to submit your own piece of Harry Potter art and view all of our archives by heading over to our MuggleNet Fan Art section. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “The Cave in the Cliff”

Our next featured fan art submission of the week is an awesome painting and it comes from Lucy. From the artist: "I've attached a photo of a painting I did depicting the moment when Harry and Dumbledore first apparate near the cave in 'Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince.' I used acrylic paints (and glitter), whilst trying as hard as possible to not be influenced by the film and to paint only what I imagined after reading J.K. Rowling's description." Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “The Elder Wand”

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This week's submission comes from Nicole, and it's an artistic rendering of 'The Elder Wand' created with acrylic paints on canvas. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “Pen Drawing of Dan Radcliffe”

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This week's Fan Art submission comes from Krystle and she's been good enough to send along to send along a video of her creating it! Read More »

Fan Art of the Week comes from the Pottermore Insider

Today, we will be sharing a different version of our Fan Art of the Week, as we have received an update from the Pottermore Insider blog with some terrific pieces of fan art that was submitted by fans. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “Skele-Gro”

Our next fan art submission of the week comes to us from Sandra, and it's a pen-and-ink drawing of a 'Skele-gro bottle,' the artist's favorite Harry Potter prop. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: ‘The Sorting Hat’

This week's Fan Art submission comes from Allyson, and it's a clay model of 'The Sorting Hat' so you can sort yourself while you are waiting to get into Pottermore. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: ‘Albus Dumbledore’

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Today we have a very nice reminder of the Richard Harris-Dumbledore as our latest Fan Art Submission. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: ‘The Series’

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This week’s submission comes from Jessica, and it’s a big one. The whole piece, which depicts a great many characters and magical objects from the series, measures 36 X 48 inches and took Jessica over 250 hours to create. You can see the full view of this piece by clicking below. Noah’s Notes: Whoa! This is a mega piece of art. Got to give credit to ‘Potter’ fans out there who go the extra mile when it comes to making their crafts, and Jessica is certainly one of them. She made the creative choice to draw only parts of the work in color, and I think that was a good one – it lets certain objects pop out, so to speak. Great work Jessica! We’re happy to put this where it belongs – on the front page! You can learn how to submit your own Harry Potter fan art to us as well as view our archives by heading to our Fan Art Section. Perhaps you can have your art piece highlighted on the front page, just like Jessica! Last Chance: Don’t forget to enter our Pumpkin Carving Contest for October: One lucky winner will win a copy of Harry ... Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: ‘Always’

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A fan captures the many colors, dark and light, of the Potions Master. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: ‘Harry Lives’

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Fawkes rises from the flames in this week's amazing featured fan art. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “Ravenclaw Common Room”

This week Sophia del Plato earns Fan of the Week with her 'clever' interpretation of a certain common room. It's complete with some astrological, ancient and scholarly details which combine to enhance even what your imagination may have mustered up in the past. Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “The Mermaid”

This week's Fan Art 'The Mermaid' by MuggleNet reader Kate depicts a portrait of a merperson from the Black Lake. Kate used chalk pastels to create darker shades within the mermaid's face and to expertly create the wispy colorful hair. Good job Kate! Read More »

Fan Art of the Week: “The Pause”

This week our featured fan art of the week takes us to the exploration of a powerful moment in The Prisonder of Azkaban. "The Pause" by Dylan takes us to the very first time Harry meets Buckbeak in the Forbidden Forest. Utilizing water colours and a pronounced set of shadowing, Dylan's portrayal of Buckbeak makes for quite the lovely piece. Read More »