Illustration // Friday, June 29, 2012
Chris Pell's series "The Three Points" is a narrative of intricate creatures of the night. These monsters and beasts seem to be all alone amongst the unique fantasy worlds he creates. Pell's interests include mysticism, alchemy, and animism and when he is not making art he is producing music and djing.
Juxtapoz // Thursday, June 28, 2012
We love that as time has gone on from the era of the great pulp paperback books in science fiction and fantasy, that the artists who created the memorable covers are getting their notice years on. As you can tell on the site the past few days, we have been looking into more fantasy and science fiction works, looking at certain artists in particular, and one that we really have wanted to showcase is the late Don Ivan Punchatz.
Juxtapoz // Wednesday, June 27, 2012
James McCarthy has a wild imagination, one that he has high command over and can spill out into his artwork. The artist creates highly detailed, surreal universes that look like carnivals on distant planets. Where Dali meets science fiction...
Juxtapoz // Monday, June 11, 2012
Polish painter Tomek S?towski has one amazing imagination. He is creating what he calls "magical surrealism," aka, a very inventive mind. Endless details, mythical worlds, a sort of never-ending story meets prehistoric meets 3,000 years into the future is what we are getting from the Polish artist's work.
Juxtapoz // Saturday, March 17, 2012
Trick photogrpahy, special effects, is so easy and common now that its hard to imagine a time before Photoshop. But we came across the "trick photography" of William H. Martin, a photographer working around 1908, who was one of America'sfirst fantasy aritsts, and created this incredible series of Tall Tale Postcards.
Erotica // Wednesday, January 25, 2012
Dorian Cleavenger is world-renowned for having introduced a new aspect to art: an aspect that this multi-faceted artist terms “Pseudo-Realism”. Early in Dorian’s career he did free-lance work for Disney, U.S. Steel and other large corporations, but he ached to strike out on his own and produce the images that were burning to be released from his conceptually creative mind...