When built by nature or built by man, Gil Gorski’s subjects are imagined hyper-spaces, teeming like kaleidoscopic refractions of themselves. Find the artist on his website.
Given my well-documented love for doors, I of course have to share the work of Philip Byers of Fayetteville, AR, whose magic portals capture everything fantastical about thresholds. As I’ve said many times, every door […]
The Batavia was a merchant ship which set sail on its maiden voyage in 1628 from the Netherlands to Java under the command of Dutch East Asia Company official, Francisco Pelsaert. The ship, for its […]
The paintings of Lithuanian artist Sarunas Macijauskas are just effing stunning, with killer usesof color and negative space. Note in his painting “Surgeon” how a spotless white carapace replicates the white coats of doctors, but […]
Swiss artist Isis Sangaré creates dreamy demigods and dark angels of wisdom and horror, similar to the Angelarium of Pete Mohrbacher but with a noticeably darker edge. Find more by the artist on her ArtStation […]
Jeff McAteer’s fantastic characters manage to be completely fantastical while at the same time look utterly real — as if he had rendered the contents of cartoons like Ben10 or any number of comics into […]
Les Edwards is a British illustrator known for his work in the horror, science fiction and fantasy genres, and has provided numerous illustrations for book jackets, posters, magazines, record covers and games during his career. […]
Greek artist Othon Nikolaidis paints some of the most epic fantasy heroines I’ve seen. Find more by the artist on his ArtStation page.
It’s hard to imagine another artist capturing the dark contradictions of the individual any better than Boris Pelcer. His wounded, brooding figures are as much in pain as they are the cause of it. If, […]
The works of Russian artist Maria Zolotukhina hover at the twilight of consciousness. Her darkly dramatic paintings depict unsettling dreamlike scenes with classical motifs — portraiture, still life, landscape, religious icon — and are full […]