It's been some time since we've last seen some crazy good collages here. Eugenia Loli is an artist dedicated to the making of awesome surreal collages! Here are some examples of her fantastic artworks. For more of it, please visit her portfolio/store at Society6! I hope you enjoy these. Cheers! ;)
Norvz Austria aka Xetobyte is a digital artist from Philippines with passion for surrealism. Take a step away from reality and take a look at these photo-manipulations characterized by fantastic and incongruous imagery. Check it out! For more from Norvz Austria visit xetobyte.deviantart.com/.
Jie Ma is a digital artist from Shanghai, China with a very intriguing style. Surreal moods with heavy architecture are part of the style Jie Ma uses in his art. Check it out! For more from Jie Ma visit jiema.artp.cc/ and behance.net/jiema37.
Norman Duenas is an illustrator & designer from California. His style is very clean and surreal with great execution and soft colors. Check it out! For more from Norman Duenas visit normanduenas.com.
Davit Yukhanyan is an artist from Armenia and he created one of the most detailed drawings I've ever seen. The entire piece is made up of smaller details that you can only see once you get closer. This is just amazing, checking out is a must! For more from Davit Yukhanyan visit behance.net/yukhanyan. Technical pen on paper, 70 X 100 cm
Surreal artworks are pretty impressive, whether it's a painting or even a sculpture. Artists gotta be super creative to come up with crazy, yet beautiful designs and pieces, such as these sculptures by Canadian artist Ellen June! Here you can see her fantastic surreal sculptures. I really enjoy seeing each one of these... it's all so creative and beautiful. For more of her work, please visit her portfolio at DeviantART. She'll definitely enjoy it. I hope you like these as much as I did! Cheers. ;)
You would expect for any surreal photographer to step out of the box, clearly. But I think that there are few of them out there that have a sense of delicacy in their work. Ukrainian photographer has an excellent eye for tasteful, delicate pieces as you can se here. There are only a selection of his works... you may find much more of these at his portfolio at DeviantART, so please don't forget to visit it. Also, tell us which of his pieces you like the most. I really enjoy the one with the red haired girl blending in with all those blueish leafs. I hope you enjoy these! Cheers. ;)
We here over at Abduzeedo are always trying to help people to promote their work. We are always open to suggestions and are more than welcome to feature designers, digital artists and photographers. Today we feature the recent work of Takeshi, a New York based illustrator and artist from Saint Etienne, France. Takeshi's illustrative work is renowned for its surreal feel, the quality of its photomontages as well as the light treatments and colourful compositions. His work has been featured in numerous publications such as Taschen: Illustration Now, Computer Arts: Book of Inspiration, Design & Design.com's: Book of the Year, and Fashionize 2: Illustration Will Rule The World. Takeshi is also a regular contributor to the international digital illustration magazines Computer Arts and Advanced Photoshop. For more information visit http://cargocollective.com/stillontherun
I am a huge fan of surrealism, especially the unreal compositions mixing objects in ways that challenge our imagination. Redmer Hoekstra shared on his Behance page some incredible drawings exploring some of these ideas. Surrealism is a cultural movement that began in the early 1920s, and is best known for its visual artworks and writings. The aim was to "resolve the previously contradictory conditions of dream and reality." Artists painted unnerving, illogical scenes with photographic precision, created strange creatures from everyday objects and developed painting techniques that allowed the unconscious to express itself and/or an idea/concept. - Wikipedia For more information and to check out Redmer's full portfolio visit http://www.redmerhoekstra.nl/
Our good friend Saad Moosajee has been a longtime contributor with the blog with wallpapers, case studies and such. Saad is also a freelance illustrator and art director currently based in Denver, USA. He just released a recent update of his website along with some beautiful works! Hope you will enjoy! All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee All Rights to Saad Moosajee Links More info about Saad Moosajee: http://www.saadart.com/index Follow him on Twitter: https://twitter.com/saadart
Jacek Yerka is an amazing painter from Poland. His subject matter ranges from odd beasts to whimsical landscapes incorporating extraordinary architecture, and includes imagery gleaned from his childhood. I handpicked a few of his pieces so we can take a close look at his world of painting. For more from Jacek Yerka visit yerkaland.com.
Marcel Caram is an amazing digital artist from Brazil who is fascinated with creating Surreal Art. His surrealism styles reminds me a lot of dali for the landscape where most pieces take place but it has this amazing definition and sharpness that comes from the digital art which makes it even better. Enjoy! For more from Marcel visit flickr.com/photos/marcarambr and facebook.com/marcel.caram.1. For more from Marcel visit flickr.com/photos/marcarambr and facebook.com/marcel.caram.1.
Landscape and environment illustrations have been by far my favorite subject when it comes to digital art or even traditional art. I simply love how digital artists are able to come up with illustrations with sometimes surreal, other times futuristic landscapes that are so creative and are able to make us imagine how it would be if one of those were real. I know, this might not make sense, but that's exactly how I feel when I look at the illustrations that Sebastian Wagner created and we're featuring on this post. Sebastian Wagner is a designer, illustrator and digital artist from Germany. You can find out more about his work at http://www.sebastianwagner-art.com/ crash site distance - environment sketch strange canyon environment sketch sea creature environment week7 environment week 6 desert - sci fi environment Caves Floating Islands upper city street scene green
Igor Morski is a Polish illustrator & graphic artist with quite a style. I love surreal style artwork and nn this post you will see some pieces from his Nature collection and also his portrait collection. His work is very detailed and very intriguing like most of surreal work, but his art looks so real it's almost like a magical photograph. For more from Igor Morski visit igor.morski.pl and behance.net/IgorMorski
Jorge Ignacio Nazábal is a famous painter from Havana, Cuba. The surreal style of Nazabal took him on exhibitions all over the world where he showed his amazing art of imagination. Check it out!
I'm a big fan of the surrealism, since the days of the master of surrealism Dali in which his work still inspire us till this day. Surrealism is very big in the photo manipulation and digital art world and today I selected some great work to display here. Enjoy!
We've seen some pretty amazing surreal work here at Abduzeedo, but we never really can get enough of it. Surrealism is the language of dreams, visions and prophecies. It speaks in riddles and leaves us restless finding meanings for it. Martin Wittfooth presents us his stunning work. It is a complete set of surreal imagery, full of hidden meanings and absolutely lovely and scary elements. Would you there tell us what these mean? Maybe that's the fun of it... a Life of Pi feel. The reality behind these might be ugly, but these illustrations are full of beauty. Anyways, these are only a handful of Martin's works. For more of it, please visit his personal portfolio. He'll definitely enjoy if you show him some love. Cheers! ;)