George’s work attempts to recreate the vivid hallucinations that he experiences as a result of Charles Bonnet Syndrome (CBS), a disease that is common amongst patients with partial or severe blindness.Read More
I have spoken with artist Brian Pollett before and i am still fascinated by the concept of his Binge series. Over a set course of days, Brian consumes various drugs and creates pieces that attempt to represent elements of each particular substance. It's a very underrated concept in my opinion and manages to showcase both Brian's virtuoso talent, as well as his incredible ability to translate these spaces into reality for us to admire without being pretentious.Read More
With his futuristic take on natural landscapes and architectural structures, Justin has seamlessly incorporated elements of Science Fiction and Transhumanism into his works. Subtle cubist influences are woven into his pieces giving them an interesting verve and very post-modern warmth. His knack for this type of "cyber-punk" has set done much to set him apart from many of his contemporaries in the ever expanding digital art movement.Read More
Melissa Williams is a freelance artist (operating out of Melbourne, Australia) that has used her impressive eye for color to create epic art for musicians, retailers (which has given her an insider look at the entrepreneurial side of the business), and everyday consumers.Read More
Like many other artists in this fascinating genre, Simon has done a commendable job at replicating the energies that one may find themselves coming into contact while under the tutelage of spiritual or psychedelic sacraments. With a reverence for nature and the beings that dwell within it, Simon has consistently used this as a source of inspiration and empowerment, allowing him to produce magnificent portraits and tapestries.Read More
Manú Menéndez is an incredible artist operating out of Mexico and creating marvelous, psychedelic imagery. Propelled by his intense connection to the universal impetus (or the Divine Source), Manú has been producing wonderful pieces that seem to be ripped directly from the primordial dreamscape. Viewing himself as a child of life, he uses experience and passion to craft these impeccable works.
Understanding that love is the ultimate unifier of human consciousness, Manú is sure to approach every idea with as much reverie and dedication as the one proceeding it in his own personal quest to raise the spiritual frequency of the planet.Read More
Digital artist Eugenia Loli hails from Greece and currently resides in California. After dabbling in a few fields (Nursing, Computer Programming, Filmmaking) she ultimately has decided to use her skills as an animator to produce wonderful, mind-bending collages. I loved her work so much that I even decided to use her piece "No More Galaxies for Today, Timmy!" as the cover art for my first release "Promenade Through the 4th Dimension".Read More