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Drawing Tutorials, Animation, Draw, Fantasy Art, Art Reference, Drawings, Ilustrasi, Cool Art, Kunst

If Marija Tiurina’s latest watercolor appears to be a random mishmash of dreamy scenes, that’s because it is. The London-based illustrator (previously) recently completed “The Lockdown Project,” a dense composition inspired by dozens of submissions she collected during the first few weeks of quarantine. Complete with childhood memories, dreams, and colloquialisms, the illustration depicts a rich network of bizarre characters and fictional tales that flow organically between scenes. More

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Impossible Cityscapes by Benjamin Sack Draw Inspiration From Cartography and Musical Compositions | Colossal Art, Architecture, Illustrators, Inspiration, Design, Contemporary Art, Architecture Drawing, Architecture Sketch, Cityscape Drawing

At the Direktorenhaus Museum in Berlin this past week, a solo exhibition of detailed architectural drawings by Virginia-based artist Benjamin Sack (previously) opened to the public. Titled Labyrinths, the collection of new works features vast cityscapes comprised of impossible inner-geometries. The maze-like urban maps reference musical compositions and various symbols found in cosmology. Often creating based on what he calls a “fear of blank spaces,” Sack tells Colossal that his starting…

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Carl Maxwell
Instagram, Draw, Art, Fantasy Art, Architecture, Concept Art, Fractals, Geometric, Fantasy

In Benjamin Sack’s imagined environments, it’s not uncommon to find angular mazes resembling dystopian structures, buildings packed so closely together it’s difficult to distinguish one from the next, and labyrinthine walkways that spiral like fractals. Working in pen and ink, the artist (previously) draws intricate black-and-white metropolises that waver between organization and chaos: He plays with geometry, angles, and dimension to render perplexing maps teeming with both traditional…

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Wong Dominique
Urban, Architecture, Inspiration, City Apartment, City, Cityscape, Fotografie, Visual, Arquitetura

Photographer Gareth Pon (previously) encourages his audience to join in his reinvention of Where’s Waldo. His architectural photography relies on depth, pattern, and symmetry, often framing a small piece of the city he’s visiting, like the water-covered street below Chicago’s “L” or a multi-colored building complex replete with balconies and air conditioners in Hong Kong. But every image has one signature twist: Pon hides a small rocket in each of his structural pieces. More

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Illustration by Alexandra Khitrova Draw, Fotos, Resim, Fotografie, Sanat, Fantasy, Naturaleza, Fine Art, Rpg

Early last year motion graphics artist and Alexandra Khitrova decided to utilize some of the digital tools she had acquired in her profession to explore concept illustration. While she did study art in school, this was an entirely new creative realm, a pet project to explore realms of science fiction and fantasy where flying dragons mingled with terrifying storms and otherworldly beings were brought to life on the screen. The reaction online and off was swift, and Khitrova soon found herself…

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Ally Gator
Paintings by Michael Kerbow Warn of Dire Consequences for Current Actions surreal painting environment

Michael Kerbow is an artist based in San Francisco who works in a variety of mediums including painting, assemblage, drawing and digital photography. Of particular note are his large oil and acrylic paintings that depict surreal and at times nightmarish visions of the future, where industry and human development has grown without regulation or care for the environment. Kerbow shares via email: My work explores the way in which we engage with our surroundings and the possible consequences our…

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Erika Grasmick