Posts Tagged: Digital Art

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Mesmerizing Digital Creations By Alberto Seveso

Bristol based artist and freelancer Alberto Seveso has always seen the computer much more than a mere working tool. He converted it into an art making instrument. Take a look at what imagination and skills combined can do!
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Christalyzed Illustrations By Liam Brazier

For London based freelance illustrator and animator Liam Brazier, the images come in many shapes, and many shape sizes. He recreates characters and scenery from various angulated shapes, using colors from the same palette, resulting a glass-like, christalyzed
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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
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Terikat Pekat by Roby Dwi Antono

A great find on Behance today is from a young Indonesian artist, illustrator and graphic designer, Roby Dwi Antono, whose art is powerfully influenced by Mark Ryden and Marion Peck. Enjoy!
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Stunning Illustrations by Jeremy Young

Jeremy Young is a 16 year old digital artist from New Zealand. The self-taught young Kiwi has established a personal minimalist style, bursting with color and creativity. Check out his awesome illustrations!
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The Art Of Alexander Jansson

Fuzzy animals, eerie plants, fairytale-like houses, surreal and gloomy scenery. These are all part of Alexander Jansson's digitally painted world. Colorful and dreamy, bleakly and mysterious, his illustrations invite the viewer to explore a world of feelings and
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Marie Wengler – Creative Digital Photography

Marie Wengler is a talented young digital artist and photographer, whose unmistakable approach to photography results in expressive portraits, depicting the modern individual and its existence in society today, "where technological change is increasingly affecting
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Ben Heine – Digital Circlism

Digital Circlism is a whole new creative technique that Ben Heine developed in 2010 and it's a mix between Pop Art and Pointillism. For this project, Heine makes portraits of celebrities or cultural icons with digital tools using flat circles on a black background.