Hysterical Minds, a group of collective recently released their 10th exhibition entitled 'Symphony' and I truly enjoyed the versatility of these pieces and hope you guys will enjoyed them too! Very different from what we're used to see. We have entitled this release as "Symphony" because we want to bring a visual concert to your house, generated from a common passion that unites us as artists: Music. We have given room for expression and creation, reinterpreting our favourite tracks, genres and authors, from classical music to industrial tunes, from black metal to dance pop, travelling through a wide spectrum of shades to bring you a diverse but coherent collection. For more information about Hysterical Minds and their artists, you can visit HysterialMinds.com. Symphony by Rafatoon & Luchenticius Blesses Curse by --M--& Ramses422 Deep by Aegis Jade by Italia Ruotolo Dark Paradise by Xposion Written in Waters by Decreptitude Trust Embedded by Bolverk Inside the Music by Matkraken Closer than It Seems by Arkiniano M314N(I0I01y by --M-- & Liransz Garden of Aether by Matkraken In Another Life by Matkraken Rhythm to the Rebels by Schiszophrenia Cybertrash by Cessar Unkontrollierbar by Laurawaechter Geiger by Dumaker Anesthesia by Liransz Odile & Odette by Jcbarquet Everything Dies by Liransz Fallout by Dumaker
Mark Geno Arguelles is a digital artist and graphic designer from Malabon, Philippines. The digital artwork he creates are absolutely stunning. I selected some of his Personal Projects to serve as great inspiration & boost up some ideas. Pay attention to the details and enjoy! For more from Mark visit behance.net/genoarguelles SUMABOG COGHEAD BORNOY TIGURU 156 FIERY WOLF SELF-PORTRAIT HIBAN
Bao Pham is a Vietnamese digital painter and illustrator currently living in Iowa, US. Featured in art magazines such as ImagineFX, he is considered a master in his field. His domain of expertise is the one of portraits, more specifically fantasy-inspired characters, both male and female, often surrounded by matching natural settings bathed in light and shadow. Pham’s brushwork is soft, precise and colourful. You can see more of his work at his DeviantART gallery or on his Sketch Blog. Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery Bao Pham DeviantART Gallery About the Author My name is Tina Mailhot-Roberge. I'm an illustrator, graphic designer and web designer located in Montreal, Canada. If you're interested in knowing more about me, I invite you to follow me on Twitter or to take a look at my website and blog on Veodesign.
After 3 years since his last update, Rik Oostenbroek finally is coming back with a new website with loads of incredible pieces. Currently based in Montreal, Qc, this digital artist and Illustrator originally from Netherlands surely knows how to work around the edges. In the following, you will see Rik's works at his best since 2009 and get ready to be amaze by a such a talented young artist. To find out more about Rik Oostenbroek, you can check out his website at RikOostenbroek.com and just follow him on Twitter @rikoostenbroek
Luis Miguel Torres G. works under the name of Aviv Studio located in Vancouver, Canada. Originally from Mexico, Luis has worked and being making noise in the design industry since 2006. Being featured and in collaboration with most of the major and popular communities out there, Luis will not cease to share his passion to a "grande" level! Hope you will enjoy it these incredible pieces! For more information about Luis Miguel Torres G. and check out more of his works , you can visit his Cargo Collective and follow him on Twitter @aaviv.
The French digital artist David Delin aka 28162 is one the mos skilled artist of the digital world. His compositions are amazingly detailed and everything falls in place. He goes from illustration to photo manipulation and when he mixes both worlds the result is outstanding. Enjoy! For more from David Delin visit behance.net/28162 and 28162.com L'Alchimiste Video Process Organic Skull Symbols Sweet Life Samurai Savage
Hysterical Minds, a group of collective recently released their 9th exhibition entitled 'Twisted Essence' and for this new release; they decided to try new methods and proposed a dual theme to handicap and stimulate the creativity of their artists. I truly enjoyed the versatility of those pieces and hope you guys will enjoyed them too! On the other hand, twisted gives that altered, spontaneous, and at times, even macabre connotation that we have focused not only as a conceptual matter, but above all, as a compositive one: You won't see any centred pieces on the canvas. We have been working using alternative composition rules, such as the rule of thirds or the golden ratio, to get out the confort zone, and to offer a dynamic, narrative, polished and above all, full of shades visual experience, which accompanied with its eclectic and evocative soundtrack, will guide you through the created worlds of these hysterical imaginations. For more information about Hysterical Minds and their artists, you can visit HysterialMinds.com. Nigromante by Dunmaker Aftermath by Luchencicious Disolucion by Decrepitude The Messenger by Plizardi Essence: Conspiracy Never Grow Up by Gauso Olvidame! by Italia Ruoto) Insaniity by Rafatoon Be Atar - Sabrina, Chabru Guadalcostis by Acolloado The mushrooms make me stronger by Dumaker Trash Hunters by Dumaker Untruth by Liransz My Last Breath by ObscureBT Somewhere Over the Rainbow by Cano Mi Juego Favorito by Abraham Balcazar Capsule by --M-- La Vera Amicizia by Obscuro Feeling by Arkiniano Procesion by Jcbarquet Intriga by Xposion Self-destruction Vol. 1 by Levitate Distorted Reality by Xposion
Diego L. Rodriguez also known as ParanoidMe, is a illustrator and digital artist from Spain. Currently in Mexico, Diego is working with clients all around the globe and you must understand why! For someone that refers work as 'killing time', he does make an incredible job at learning and experimenting throughout his portfolio. For more information about the Diego L. Rodriguez, you can visit ParanoidMe.com.
Vigan Tafili is a 17 years old really talented artist based in Kosovo. Using mainly Adobe Photoshop to create his artworks, he's also a take part of groups like: HeartSurge, IN, ArtJunks, Espadon 21, EvokeOne. You can check more about Vigan at his Website or his Behance Profile. I am Vigan Tafili aka nagiViTy, a young Digital Artist from Peja a city based in Kosovo. My first contact with computer arts was 3 years ago when I was 13 years old. I started like a photographer continued as photo editor, then finally I became a digital artist, what I am today.
The online art group named the Luminarium just released their 17th exhibit entitled Illuminate IV. From science fiction to stunning landscape photography, this exhibit will surely offer something for everyone. Hope you will enjoy them and get inspired! For more information about the Luminarium and their artists, you can visit theLuminarium.net/v3 , or simply follow them on Twitter @theLuminarium. Magnetic fields by Maxime des TOUCHES What is that? by Alessio Takeover by Kuldar The cascade departure by O21 Peace by Undiscovered Artist Approaching The Cuillins by Smiling Demon By The Thames River by Shue13 From Here I Can Almost See The Stars by Tigaer Monument To A Forgotten Era by System Snow Tempest in the Alien Sahara by Shue13 Unsustainable by Kaioshen Scale of Life by blueDragoon Rising from the Ashes by Smiling Demon & Thor Take Me Somewhere Nice by System Our Sun is dying by Kuldar Giants graveyard by Kuldar The Way Home by Kuldar Mine by Kuldar Party Animals by blueDragoon Era by shn Back To The Modern Hive by Shue13 Nessie by O21 Loki's Hammer by tsarye Forgotten Glory by jcbarquet Loki's Hammer by tsarye Homeland by Zhachrod Spark of War by tsarye Tranquility by Undiscovered Artist
This series of images freezes a moment of time in each dancer's aerial maneuver, and turns their movements into static sculptures that represents their motion and style. Original shots were stock photography and stylized to fit within the scene, sculptures and sets created entirely CGI. This amazing work was done by Mike Campau Process cgi setup for ballet dancer scene Raw Render output stock photo isolated and dropped into scene Basic cleanup and masking elements with photography Final tone and color corrections with additional shadows added.
Just recently, the online group of amazing artists, Evoke One shared their first exhibition of 2012 and their 27th exhibition entitled Nostalgia. They once again did a incredible job experimenting and making a stunning set of artworks, pictures and music. I hope you will enjoy them! Our 27th release, Nostalgia, brings a dynamic collection of art, photography, and music. The term "Nostalgia" was interpreted in a unique manner amongst our international roster. Feelings of sorrow, felicity, and childhood memories were ignited within and translated into ethereal works of art. We even journeyed back into EvokeOne's past by creating our "Nostalgia" type group collaboration that was directed by Brandon Spahn For more information about Evoke One and their artists, you can visit EvokeOne.com , be a fan of Evoke One on Facebook or simply follow them on Twitter @evokeone. Papermoon Disaster by Anthony Giacomino, Parker Gibson, James Merrill, Anthony Gargasz, Ted Yavuzkurt & Parker Peterson Nostalgia by Ricardo Juarez, Parker Gibson, Daniel Kong, Berthjan Achterop, Anthony Gargasz, Brandon Spahn, Alastair Temple, Parker Peterson, Ian Steele, H. Dyst Winterson, EJ Dalupang & Sahir Khan Fading by Ricardo Juarez & Tyler Lehman Yuko Haru by Ricardo Juarez XXVII by EJ Dalupang The Changing of Seasons by Brandon Spahn Summoned by Parker Gibson Subject Matter by Maebh Costello Seven Lives by Vigan Tafili Sentiment by Khyzyl Saleem Portrait of Nostalgia by Berthjan Achterop Pharaoh by Brandon Spahn Pays de Nostalgie by Nastasia Peters Memories in Time by Maebh Costello Le Temps by Loic Sattler Last Minutes by Leonk Last Hope by Leonk Ice Cold by Aaron Campbell Fleeting Memories by Alastair Temple Dark Voyage by Leonk Constructing a Dream by Brandon Spahn Building an Entity by Brandon Spahn Autumn's breath by Liran Szeiman Agony of my Past by Brandon Spahn
Sebastian Andaur is a young 17 years old self-taught digital artist from Chile of South America. Loving colours since he was born, Sebastian was first introduced to Photoshop when he was only 12 years old. Now he works with a variety of techniques, styles and colours; all coming together to create his own visual world in every piece. Let's keep an eye on Sebastian who will surely show us a lot more in a near future. For more information about Sebastian Andaur, you can visit his website at Work.AndaurStudios.cl and check out his Behance and follow him on Twitter @andaurstudios. Collaboration with Chris Halderman Collaboration with Chris Halderman Collaboration with Chris Halderman
Mike Harrison is a self-taught, multi-disciplinary freelance art director, designer and illustrator, currently based in London. Through the years of crafting himself and his career he has experimented with almost every style and discipline in the book and still continue to try new techniques and mediums on a regular basis. He has built up a vast set of skills ranging from graphic design, illustration and typography to motion graphics, 3d, photography and web design. He believes that we are constantly learning, and that his portfolio shows his eclectic mix of mediums, styles and aesthetics. All That's Left II NewPage Hot Pursuit Time is a great healer Sink Veer: Creative Catalyst Veer: Creative Catalyst Timelapse from Mike Harrison on Vimeo. Every 2nd Counts College of Charleston For more information visit: http://destill.net/
In a time where getting exposure and a name on the market it's almost a obligation for any artist, some still rather stay mysterious. Some people may hate this posture, as some may hate Banksy for being anonymous. But the truth is that only when the artist is out of focus, we can truly appreciate his art. And for that I must say I highly appreciate the digital art of Xhxix, despite the fact I don't know quite nothing about him and the reason why he do it. You can see more of his artworks at his Website
Ben Thomas is a digital artist and photographer based in London, UK. With a strong use of colour and negative space, Ben thrives his style with a juxtaposition of highly layered elements and wide open spaces. Being published and worked with most of the fluent brands out there, Ben will not cease to inspire us. For more information about Ben Thomas, you can visit his website at ben-thomas.com and check out his photography site at benthomas-photo.com and follow him on Twitter @iambenthomas. Photography
Archan Nair is a really kind person and one of the top notch digital artists nowadays. This is actually our second interview with him, as we always like to know more and more about him and all his knowledge thru this years working on the creative field. Hope this conversation will be useful and enjoyable for you guys. If you want to know more about Archan, please acess his Website. 1) First of all I would like to thank you for doing this interview, it's an honor for us to present more about you to our readers. I would like to start asking you about when your interest for digital art and illustration began. Thank you so much for having me again on abduzeedo and making me a part of this ever growing creative spirit here.The honor is mine .. and I am really glad to be back after a few years and sharing my journey with all the beautiful creators and co-creators. I began working in the fashion industry around 2002, when I joined my family’s apparel manufacturing company with absolutely no formal training. Around Mid 2006 I started dabbling with a bit of photoshop, and was basically having fun everyday.. earlier days it seemed really fun and joy to create, but as I was exploring more, I started becoming really serious with creating and expressing myself through the digital medium. In about a year, I finally decided to pursue my love , to do what I really enjoy from the deepest corner of my heart, and to start my own studio where I could create all the time. It has been an incredible trip since then. 2) Which artists do you use for reference? I admire a lot of artists, but usually in other fields of art like music or sculpture. I love a lot of visual artists also , but I never use any as reference. I really love artists or creators who are truly original in their style and just do what they love doing. and it really shows in their work. 3) People recognize you for doing some really intense and colorful mixed media art, a aesthetic that influenced a lot of designers and art directors on the last 5 years. How did you develop this style and how would you describe it? I feel that the colours come so naturally to me, and that our culture has a major influence in the way I use my vivid compositions. It is definitely not a conscious effort, but it seems to be embedded deep within me.My inspirations comes from everything around me, life as usual. Conversations, music, movies, realizations, anything which could really inspire me at a particular moment would motivate me to express myself through that channel , and while expressing them on a manasic plane I translate them through vibrant love. 4) Describe us a bit of your creative process. I love experimenting. and I get bored very easily .. so I always need new ways to innovate and create. When I am creating my subconscious always reminds me of how much more can I explore.. I usually would start an artwork by beginning with water colours to create a base, and then paint digitally. Print the artwork on a canvas and use acrylic paints, pens and markers for line art drawings, 3D objects or even scraps , and experiment with traditional and digital medias on and off the entire process , even images or anything which I would connect with during the creation of the artwork, until I feel I am ready. 5)You latest artworks seem to have a great influence of traditional illustration, more specific from watercolors and some abstract paintings. Do you use to mix this medias? What you think about mastering traditional methods? Oh yes absolutely. I love working with different medias. As I have progressed in this journey over the last few years, I have started loving different mediums of expressing myself and trying to merge them into 1 composition, that is really exciting me now. I am not sure about mastering, as I feel no one can master anything, as every process is infinite and never-ending, so even those we term as masters are still learning and doing new things too. I feel that no matter which media we create on, we should just love creating , irrespective of the media.. and if someone is inclined towards a particular genre, he or she should try it out. 6) How do you describe your daily routine? Sure. Well, I have no timetable as I don't follow time anymore, so I am creating all the time. I wake up early mornings usually and create , Love tingling my senses with great food. love dining out, watching movies with the family and friends. Love exploring sound and creating music, trying to spin both the sound and visual energies with each other now and absolutely loving it. 7) Which is your favorite piece so far? I feel all my works are a true part of my being, my energy and all are my true expressions.. so selecting a piece or a few pieces is really very difficult, as they all have contributed to really connect me with my true self, and still help me grow and find answers everyday. Every one of them are my babies and really really special. I love them all! 8) Tell us five lessons you believe are really important - I feel its important to really seek , admire and manifest your own reality. If you love doing something, you must do it without fear and go all out and do it all the time - Contribute to the planet, by sharing and loving every living element , everything around you, because of which you are in such a beautiful space. - Be original and do your own style, as that will make you unique and that is how you will find your true calling - Working on your skills or technique is important, but not everything! Try to pour more love into your work than just focus on the skill part. - Realizing how gifted we all our in our own special way and really using those gifts in society. 9) Tell us sites that you like to visit These days I like going into tumblr, I love 1x.com, and I am a tech freak, love customizing my phone so xda developers as well :) 10) Thanks again for your time, please leave a final message for the ones who are starting out on this kind of business. I feel that success is never about money or fame. Success is about finding your true creative spirit, knowing your gift and sharing your vibration in its purest form with the cosmos. Would love to just share, and say.. be original, love what you create, imagination is the only knowledge and when we listen to our heart, we have access to that knowledge. Thank you so much! :)