Category: Digital Art

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Mar Cantón

THE LUMINOUS SIDE OF MAR CANTÓN “I was born in Almería. I learnt about Art by creating Art. I am self-taught. A cronic and degenerative disease has kept me away from the marketplace and Art – in all its forms – is undoubtedly my best therapy as well as my Life, past, present and future. […]

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José David Morales

FROM HUMOR TO SADNESS José David Morales, a Spanish illustrator and graphic designer, creates dreamy, fluid images with people at the center. Created with digital tools and colored pencils, his pieces evoke everything from humor to sadness and frustration. “I am in love with hot weather, textures, electric guitars, sensual pencil traces, and human figures”, […]

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Axel Rangel Garciá

SURREAL AND FLEETING DREAMS Axel Rangel García is an Illustrator based in Mexico City. He collaborated since 2005 in various publications and for several publishers in Mexico and internationally such as: Columbia Journalism Review, Politico Europe, New Era, Forbes Mexico, Macmillan, Arab News, Point Five Design among others. [Source: Behance] Discover more about Axel Rangel […]

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Leslie Ann O’Dell

VAMPIRES AND LOST SOULS Leslie Ann O’Dell is a self-taught contemporary artist from Denver, Colorado, who uses photography and digital manipulation to produce haunting portraits. Inspired by the “subconscious, empathy for the wrong, [and] people who dream,” her imagery is both delicate and disturbing. Sensual bodies explode into floral arrangements resembling viscera and dripping blood, […]

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Anna Czekala

A MEDITATIVE STATE Anna Czekala: “I create from feeling not from seeing. It’s the most direct way for me to enter a state of flow, which feels like the meditative state . . .  and it’s so much more fun that way! For now, I am still exploring a “freestyle” mode of creation, exploring blend […]

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Max Löffler

A MOODY SURREALISTIC UNIVERSE Wrapped in a moody surrealistic parallel universe, Max Löffler’s – or Loeffler – illustrations can be seen as a sullen and bitter smirk towards the obscurity, monotony and ferocity of everyday life. His work does not give plausible answers, but tries to ask significant questions such as; are you hurt, what’s […]

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