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 […]
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.
While many of the fantastical works of Chinese artist Yintion Jiang are classically rendered, some look like photographs of technology that doesn’t exist yet. Fascinating! Find more by the artist on his ArtStation page.
Fiona Owen — “Mundus Imaginalis” Gilded Globe (oil and gold leaf on gesso panel, 2012) An update to Depictions of the Cosmos.
These images have been added to the collection ‘Imaginary Architectures,’ which explores unlikely or impossible structures. More at the link.
Benjamin Sack makes amazing, large-scale pen and pencil drawings of fantastic cities, both real and imaginary. Sadly, these imagines don’t do justice to the intricate detail of the works, which really need to be appreciated […]