Jean Maurice Damour is a digital artist based in Lyon, France. In addition to his extensive photo-manipulation abilities, he has developed his own talent as digital artist. He has cultivated a mainly surrealistic style with an ethereal mood, sometimes in black and white and sometimes with the use of vibrant colors.
For over twenty years, Jennifer R. Cook makes it no secret that she is always on the creative prowl. Jennifer often professes to have lost four of her nine lives in the last twenty years, becoming somewhat of an expert of always landing on her feet.
Iakovos Tsaparas first attended drawing and painting courses while studying at the Architecture School in Athens. His works and the media/software that he uses to draw them have evolved over time, and he considers himself an illustrator, rather a digital artist. His images are in the genre of depictive expressionism with fauve influences.
Flavio Ramos is a Brazilian illustrator, animator and graphic artist. He studied Printmaking at the School of Music and Fine Arts of Paraná, and is currently working as a freelancer.
A New Yorker at heart, Jesse Sanchez has been a momentous part of the Expressionism graphic art movement.
Antonio is a mixed media illustrator, combining clean digital illustrations of sensual beauties with geometric shapes, photography and paint. The results of this combination are surprising images of unconventional beauty where each technical component fights for your attention.
La Moretti. L'Amore. Love. Love for beautiful arts, fashion, style, history, good cuisine, travelling, fantastic views and landscapes. Love for Italy.
Viktorija T‘Nova takes inspirations from everywhere and is particularly inspired by Art Deco and its spirit. While experimenting with acrylic, she developed her own painting style – a mixture of Art Nuovo, Fashion and Pop Art and called it Pop Deco.
An-Stefaniya has developed her own style and voice and hastens to share it with the world!
McGinnis has drawn ever since he could hold a pencil and whether he works in ink, paint, or digital media, his ideas begin their lives as pencil sketches.
Jakub Exner Zoombies is a Digital Artist and Vector Illustrator. Visual Communication, Acrylic Paintings, Manual Studio Live Act drawing, Manual Traditional Graphics and Studio Model and Art Photography are his hobbies.
Troy Bunch’s paintings, which he would call imaginative realism and/or surrealism, usually depict women juxtaposed with images from nature and dreams.
Nathan Spotts is an adventurous image-maker who creates fresh and unique artworks combining elements of photography, 3D design, and illustration.
“I am Sondos, an illustrator and digital artist, I do not like to be classified into particular categories, genres, and styles. All I know is that I am fascinated by nature and her energy, especially trees, which I try to interpret in all of their geometric forms. Welcome to my world of dreams and imagination.”
Raigardas Kudirka is interested in subconscious construction and fabrication of life, connections between dreams and reality.
Carol Aldrighi is an illustrator who predominately works digitally, though she enjoys expressing creativity through various activities and media and always has since she was a little girl. The main theme of all the works in the "Kitsch-en" series is a visual representation of food-related common sayings, with abstract meanings, surreal depictions and a lowbrow-inspired color palette.
Born in 1990 and an autodidact, Arepo comes from the magic saying that “TENET OPERA ROTAS SATOR AREPO” (meaning “the peasant is leading the plow” / “we are masters of our destiny”).
Ron Walker's general belief is that life in the suburbs is as exciting and as interesting as anywhere else. Suburban Primitive art came about from an interest in primitive art, combined with the knowledge that man has not changed genetically in any major way in the last sixty thousand years.
Monica Manfroi, born in Brazil in 1963, has always been immersed heavily in the world of art. For Monica, art is the purest means of personal expression. Sexuality and sensuality are heavily thematic of Monica’s works.
Using primarily fine-tip pen, Destiny Von Brandt works as an illustrator and fine artist. She creates detailed pieces with lines, dots, and geometric shapes bringing to life creatures and dreams.
“Eye contact can be uncomfortable because it can reach into the depths of the soul and reveal the unknown. I like to explore the imaginary world behind a passing glance through my study of photomanipulation, especially surreal photo manipulation of eyes."
Edgar is inspired by the idea that he can create something that initially has no place in reality. To give “life” to something that did not exist beforehand is simply perfect. He tries to realize what’s inside of him, his mind and his soul. So every time he does some design, it’s part of him materialized in an abstract way, linear and colorful.
Astro De Sagun is an artist born in the Philippines, who migrated to England in 2006. He describes his photography as a combination of emotions & motions in a surreal frozen frame shot; photography on a deeper antithesis mood of the human eye.
Andrei's interest in logic, computers and reasoning resonates well with learning and working in Photoshop. His love of photography pushes him to think about composition, color and subject matter.
Highly regarded Realist painter Maurice Sapiro is no stranger to taking chances. As anyone who studies his work can attest, his ability to perceive, capture, and transpose light and color onto canvas is unlike any other.
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