St. Petersburg-based photographer and digital artist Aku 悪 (AKA Sergey Shetukhin) takes pictures of models in elaborate cosplay and then digitally modifies them to spectacular effect. While many of his subjects are characters from popular […]
The other day on social media, I shared a newspaper article on the rising hobby of retrocomputing, or bringing old computers back to life. After 3D printing turns to micromanufacturing, retrocomputing will give rise to […]
Besides his colossal wyrms, which positively bleed menace, Danish artist Jan Ditlev’s digital paintings are punctuated with dragonlike forms. His ocean-skimming sci-fi battleships look like dragon heads while the terrestrial and floating pyramids in his […]
Iranian artist Reza Afshar creates stunning towers and dark fantasy scenes from pop culture and his own imagination. One could easily see these as book covers. Find more by the artist on his ArtStation page.
Two artists are featured in this post. The first is Robert Hodgin, who developed, as he called it, “a procedural system for generating historical maps of rivers that never existed.” For a brief description of […]
The rich sci-fi concept art of Allen Wei is just something you have to see on a big screen to appreciate. His detailed images of spaceships, megafactories, and alien temples seem almost like photographs. Find […]
It’s hard not to read the work of freelance VFX artist Paul Chadeisson as a statement on climate change and civilizational collapse. But far from feeling preachy, his haunting megastructures inspire reflections of the deep […]
The work of French artist François Leroy, AKA Friendly Robot, looks like keyframes from some of the most awesome sci-fi movies never made, including several from the Star Wars universe. Find more by the artist […]
I’ve featured Austrian artist Stefan Koidl before. His “visual horror story” about dark supernatural events at Chernobyl develops similar themes as the rest of his work: that kind of eerie, detached creepiness we feel at […]
Digital artist Michael Black’s renders feature an insane amount of detail. Be sure to click on these to enlarge, and to visit Mr. Black’s ArtStation page.