Digital art

Amy Martino: graphic art & fashion oddity

The fluid-cubist works of Amy Martino have the staying power of a brilliant logo. A Bachelor graduate of Sociology, this freelance art director and graphic designer brings her knowledge of visual branding into surreal digital  fashion illustrations.

Amy Martino fashion illustration for Andrea CrewsAmy Martino fashion illustration for Andrea Crews

The posh ladies of Peggy Wolf

After studying Fashion Design for five years German artist Peggy Wolf decided that she loved drawing fashionable women more than making clothes for them. So after graduation in 2004 she began doing freelance illustration work for magazines. A following work experience in London in the Interior Design field increased her passion for textiles, colors and patterns which influenced her latter digital collages.

In Bloom illustration by Peggy WolfIn Bloom illustration by Peggy Wolf

Kazuhiko Nakamura's 3D mechanical portraits

It was ten years ago when visionary Kazuhiko Nakamura began to work as a 3D digital artist, a decision that got him important awards in this art branch such as CG Choice Awards (2009), Animago (2006 - Rank 1), Museum of Digital Arts - Surrealism today Award (2nd Place). His works has been exhibited at Festival international des Arts visionnaires CHIMERIA in 2010 and used as cover image for books and music CDs.

Kazuhiko Nakamura, TriceratopsKazuhiko Nakamura, Triceratops

Urban decay - digitally rendered

Belgian artist Jonas De Ro has a bachelor degree and a master degree in audio-visual arts and his portfolio includes works from various fields like concept art, animation, matte painting, photography, visual effects and sound design. Without any doubt, he proves great skills in every of the above fields. But if we have to pick a favorite, we would definitely choose his concept art gallery.

Jonas De Ro, New York RuinsJonas De Ro, New York Ruins

Nastplas: when pixels turn to dreams

Ever since I began studying photography, I fell in love with the art of photo manipulation for the way it pushes the limits of my imagination. But instead of trying to understand the technical process, I prefer “diving” into the story, admiring the beauty of the artwork I lay my eyes on. When I first saw Nastplas designs, I had mixed feelings; I was overwhelmed by the multitude of ideas and sensations that came out of those artworks, as in front of an open soul. They look like dreams unraveled in front of my eyes.

Nastplas, Aria Desktopography, 2010Nastplas, Aria Desktopography, 2010

Nightmarish world of Anton Semenov

27 years old Russian artist Anton Semenov creates dark surreal digital-art pieces inspired by everyday life. Considering the world as today one can easily understand the tenebrous connotation in art, but Anton's disturbing vision is one that stays in your mind for a very long time. 

City Of Decay by Anton SemenovCity Of Decay by Anton Semenov

Dark and fascinating heroines

Lithuanian artist Natalie Shau is focusing on beautiful and dark heroines, disturbing little girls in rococo settings, solitary witches and sad ballerinas, haunting visions and nightmares brought all together in digital media using own photo collages, digital painting and 3D elements.

Natalie Shau, Ancora ImageNatalie Shau's Magic World

From photography to illustration

Darren Hopes was always an illustrator. He had no doubt about what career he should choose, but, despite his feelings, he ended up studying photography. "Jem Southam came along and (...) showed me cut up photographs, constructed images, scribbled on negatives, painted on Polaroid, photo-illustration (...) and I was tempted".

Darren Hopes, digital illustrationDarren Hopes, digital illustration

An amazing otherworldly trip

Olga Feldman is an incredibly talented Russian graphic designer and illustrator. She has an appetite for dark, erotic, cosmic surrealistic themes, which she transforms in unique digital art pieces "drawn" in Illustrator with different brushes and blends.Olga Feldman, Touch and CatchOlga Feldman, Touch'n'Catch

The imaginarium of Maggie Taylor

Surreal ambiguity, haunting faces, otherworldly hybrid characters, and the mix of familiar with the menace; an unsettling mood and an irreproachable painterly technique describe the fascinating digital art of Maggie Taylor.

The Florida based artist began her career as a still-life photographer after studying philosophy at Yale and photography at the University of Florida. In 1996 she started to use computer techniques to create her imaginary worlds and fell in love with the result. Maggie says she is forever bound to her parallel universe: “Making images for me is a way of life. I can't imagine not doing it. I guess in terms of what motivates me, the best answer would be, if I don't make images I'm unhappy."

Maggie Taylor: The Experience, 2009