digital art

Microsoft PRIDE — 3D Art

atypic is a digital design studio based in Denver, CO, USA and they shared their project in collaboration with Microsoft as I quote: '... to reimagine different flags for the LGBTQI+ community, with a more naturalistic composition to symbolize a connected ecosystem, which shows how while each group is distinct, the sum is greater than its parts.' It's a beautiful description of what I think comes well together into a result that brings composition and importance.

#NFTs of the Week

How you feel about the rise of NFTs? Most of our social feeds have been since submerged with so many digital works that it's getting hard to keep track of it all. Most of them are honestly brilliant, stunning, meaningful, and some others...well, that's why we are here! From the Abduzeedo Twitter account, here are some of the NFTs that caught our eyes this week. As mentioned before, abdz is still discovering the era, if you have any suggestions, feedback. Let us know, we enjoy hearing from you.

Interference of Light Illustration Series by Danny Ivan

Happy Friday everyone! We would like to share the work of Danny Ivan who is a freelance 3D Imagery maker / Art Director for motion based in Porto, Portugal. His illustration series is entitled: Interference of Light 2.0, a beautiful set of creative experimentations using Maxon Cinema 4D and of course Photoshop. As I quote here from Danny: "The big goal here is to transmit a certain of serenity with these abstract images on a technology electric world."

#NFTs of the Week

How you feel about the rise of NFTs? Most of our social feeds have been since submerged with so many digital works that it's getting hard to keep track of it all. Most of them are honestly brilliant, stunning, meaningful, and some others...well, that's why we are here! From the Abduzeedo Twitter account, here are some of the NFTs that caught our eyes this week. As mentioned before, abdz is still discovering the era, if you have any suggestions, feedback. Let us know, we enjoy hearing from you.

Animated motion loops inspired by the 80s and vaporwave

It's very hard not to be inspired by the 80s, it is for my case for example. Being a kid from that era, you get to see how technology has changed over the years and some things where you thought would never change. Now that is changing and here we are embracing that future onwards. If you are not too familiar about 'vaporwave', it's a microgenre of electronic music and an Internet meme that started in the early 2010s but inspired by the 80s. Let's enjoy this amazing series of motion loops titled: 'Magical Vaporneon Loops'.

'Vaccines for All' Sticker Pack for WhatsApp

I think we all have our share of this never-ending pandemic, after more than a year things are slowly changing for the better. Even though there are still parts of the world where things are not doing so well. Let's try to be positive and pushing ourselves onwards. Burnt Toast aka Scott Martin is an illustrator based in Toronto, Ontario, Canada. He shared via his Behance a 'sticker pack' titled 'Vaccines for All' for WhatsApp (Agency: Just Global) with the collaboration with the World Health Organization (WHO).

Anime Mashup Illustrations

Geo Law, an illustrator based London, UK shared a cool series of illustrations mashing up his passion for anime and experimentations. These are doodles made in Procreate and the results are really amazing! If you are a fan of Japanese animations, you will easily recognize the sets of iconic scenes from Akira, Dragon Ball, and Astro Boy. I strongly encourage Geo to have more fun with these, this is what I decided to feature his series on abdz.

Game artist recreates iconic movie scenes through Pixel Art

As a huge movie rat, I can't help to really enjoy this Pixel Art feature for Gustavo Viselner, a game & pixel artist based in Tel Aviv, Israel. His work? Recreating movie and television scenes made of Pixel art. He is on a mission saying that Pixel art is no longer a graphic tool for games and as I quote: "...a form of art". I totally dig that! Try to guess which movies are shown in this collection I have put together, as I decided to leave out the caption titles for you to find out by yourself. A hint?

NFT Spotlight — Little Underwater World Series

We would like to share the work of Neverasleep who is a VFX & Motion artist based in Kuala Lumpur, Malaysia. We are sharing his 'Little World' series which is a 3-part series of a surreal world where everything is at a slower pace. Breathtaking and taking us to enjoy at the moment. We have discovered the work of Neverasleep through our NFTs of the week.

Dogma — A digital art series by Janusz Jurek

Janusz Jurek is a visual artist based in Ostrów Wielkopolski, Poland. I can't pinpoint if we have featured his work before but it's better now than never. I am sharing his digital art series titled: 'Dogma' and as you can see it's a monochrome approach or tribute to the 'man's best friend'. The dog. As I was scrolling for inspiration to feature, I stumbled across Janusz's work and I couldn't help to think about the memories of my dog as well. It's beautiful, make sure to check them out.

Self-Portraits 2050 — 3D series by Omar Aqil

We are sharing the work of Omar Aqil who is an illustrator & art director based in Lahore, Pakistan. We are truly fans of Omar's work, from the diverse set of colors, textures, shapes, and lighting. With this new series titled: 'Self-Portraits 2050', we follow Omar through this experimental journey and I totally dig them. It's playful, filled with details and easter eggs of some sort. Overall it's just an 'assemble' of beautiful and stunning pieces. Make sure to give it a look!

MUSIC TIME — Texture and Lighting experiments in Cinema 4D

TianChen Deng is a 3D artist based in Shanghai, China. Having a background in 3D and motion graphics; TianChen will find himself pushing the limits of Cinema 4D. We are featuring his series titled 'MUSIC TIME' which is a nostalgia recap of some of the Sony products and their iconic industrial design. The most compelling aspect of this series is also the details. Damn, these are so incredible.

#NFTs of the Week

How you feel about the rise of NFTs? Most of our social feeds have been since submerged with so many digital works that it's getting hard to keep track of it all. Most of them are honestly brilliant, stunning, meaningful, and some others...well, that's why we are here! From the Abduzeedo Twitter account, here are some of the NFTs that caught our eyes this week. As mentioned before, abdz is still discovering the era, if you have any suggestions, feedback. Let us know, we enjoy hearing from you.

Graphical Illustrations by Nicholas Chuan

Nicholas Chuan is a designer and illustrator based in Penang Island, Malaysia. We are featuring his illustrations that he shared on Behance profile. They are a combination of graphics, textures, illustrations, and even photography as well. It's pretty cool, as you go through Nicholas's past work. You could see a progression in his work and as of lately, he has found a comfortable pace to explore and embrace towards to.

NFT Spotlight — Stunning Abstract Art of Alycia Rainaud

You probably have seen her work before and when you did. The world has stopped around you, just to admire a piece of her art. From its execution, your senses have been triggered and complementing the imaginable color combinations ready to be unleashed. Well that's the art of Alycia Rainaud. She is a french graphic designer and digital art based in Montréal, Canada. My hometown! Her work is really focused on her journey through life's complexity through abstract art filled with hallucinogenic colors.

'Người Mẹ sông Hồng' Illustration Series

We are featuring the work of Fevik ., an illustrator based in Ho Chi Minh City, Vietnam. His illustrations we are sharing are part of a book titled: 'Người mẹ sông Hồng' which means 'The Mother of the Red river'. After a few searches, it's a principal river also known as the Hồng Hà and Sông Cái in Vietnamese. The illustrations are beautiful and the attention to the details is so true to its authenticity.

NFT Spotlight — Monochrome Art with Ruben Ireland

Ruben Ireland is a digital artist based in the UK. Ruben has been crafting his art. For a decade now and you must have seen or recognized his stylish black and white illustrations featuring characters mixed with different types of techniques. From our archives, we have featured his work on abdz back in 2013 with Mysterious Characters by Ruben Ireland. I am humbled to see Ruben still crafting his art and it's an honor to feature him in our NFT Spotlight Series.

#NFTs of the Week

The NFT hype is definitely invested and here to stay. Most of our social feeds have been since submerged with so many digital works that it's getting hard to keep track of it all. Most of them are honestly brilliant, stunning, meaningful, and some others...well, that's why we are here! From the Abduzeedo Twitter account, here are some of the NFTs that caught our eyes this week. As mentioned before, abdz is still discovering the era, if you have any suggestions, feedback. Let us know, we enjoy hearing from you.

Discover #NFT Artists to follow on Instagram

This is the beginning of a new era! On abdz, we have been featuring 'digital art' since the early days of the blog, right around the early 2000s. With time, the 'digital art' scene has shifted and some of us have to focus elsewhere to support a career or even a living. I would take me for example, one of my first love was to create 'digital art', back in the days I have explored 'digital art' as a hobby to play different ideas, techniques, and concepts.

Flying Hotels, a new series of surreal art by Matthias Jung

We're delighted to introduce Flying Hotels, a new series of surreal art by Matthias Jung. Jung has held a fascination for collages since childhood beginning in the photo lab of his father. With a simple pair of scissors and glue, he was inspired to create his first fantastic buildings and has been doing so ever since. His early process of cutting apart photos and making them into new shapes isn't much different nowadays. The digital possibilities in the realm of image processing have led many to be artistically impressed with Photoshop.

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