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No Surprise by diogosaito (deviantart)
Illustrations by Jules Julien
Steven Tabbutt : Surreal, Chaotic, and Colorful Art
Steven Tabbutt’s rich paintings of refined hairy ladies, robot beasts, and spotted monsters are absolutely amazing. I can get lost in his works for hours and get transplanted to a mysterious world where nothing is what it seems.
22-year-old photographer Sean Mundy creates images that are simplistic, but rich with meaning. Mundy wants people to see meaning in his pictures where he never intended there to be meaning. He is drawing inspiration from simple sources, a single feeling, moments in life or nature.
Archan Nairs work is pretty mesmerising, with its vivid techno colours and out of this world imagery. Working from New Delphi, India he creates his work using mixed media and digital art and with a background in fashion we think he has a great eye for colour and pattern making. Archan’s portfolio is pretty extensive too and he has an impressive client list that includes Canon, Nike, Sony, Vogue, GQ and Vanity Fair.
Wonderfully bizarre surrealist illustrations by the talented Alex G Paradise. It’s amazing how in art, a lot is conveyed within the missing pieces, the empty negative space can truly make the work resonate and complement what is already there; Alex has perfected that formula.