The speculative artists and game designers on ArtStation and DeviantArt have been busy during the confinement documenting the crisis in fantastical images. I’m sure there’s more to come. Work by Mohammad Attaran, Beeple, TJ Foo, […]
The sketches and drawings of Shanghai artist Yang Jialun (AKA Dirty Iron) present a wonderful contrast. While on the one hand they are rendered with blueprint-like precision, on the other, their subjects are grimy and […]
With their bright colors and otherworldly subjects, the digital creations of game artist and illustrator Cosimo Galluzzi are clearly inspired by Moebius and Studio Ghibli (remarkably similar for being from completely different cultures). With its […]
Chinese artist Su Jian imagines grim futures where anthropomorphic animals wander post-collapse Asia and techno-warriors battle robots and demons. Find more the artist on his ArtStation page.
I started this collection several years ago because I wanted to highlight fantastic art with female characters outside the traditional sexualized roles of foe and prize: vile hag and sexy vixen. To be clear, I […]
Another periodic update to my ongoing collection The Eyes Have It, Eye Spy, Eye Always Feel Like, Eye Drank What?, and Eye Wonder.
Russian artist Alexey Egorov paints dark technological marvels as nightmares or religious icons, alternating between fear and veneration. Find a great deal more by the artist on his ArtStation page.