The remains of a memory

3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

UK based digital artist Adam Martinakis gives a more modern interpretation to traditional sculpting. Instead of getting his hands dirty, he rather creates his masterpieces in the virtual world. Impressive and without any doubt unique, these surreal artworks look like real life installations. Only better!

fatal 900 600x857 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Fatal

equilibrium 1000 600x600 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Equilibrium

the inevitability of time Pieta1000 600x385 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

The inevitability of time

the eternal summer of the childhood 600x600 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

The eternal summer of the childhood

Adam was born in Lubań, Poland in 1972,to a Polish mother and a Greek father. He studied at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Faculty of Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts, and Industrial Design. Since the year 2000, has been working and experimenting with Computer-generated visual media. Currently, he live and workss in Cannock, UK.

G for Girls 1600 600x385 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

G for Girls

to the point of no return900 600x843 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

The point of no return

inmotion 001A 1600 600x300 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Inmotion

Adam Martinakis the city men 1200 585x900 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

The city men

The remains of a memory 1400 600x375 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

The remains of a memory

fatal 900 600x857 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Fatal

fool moon 900b 600x600 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Fool Moon

cassandra complex 02 600x600 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Cassandra Complex

Sharing of the absent time 1000 600x600 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Sharing of the absent time

Golden Boy 900 600x600 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

Golden Boy

the hands v02 600x300 3D Digital Sculptures By Adam Martinakis

The Hands

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