Natalie Shau Written by Marica on December 13, 2007. Posted in art Digital art by Natalie Shau… Atonement, Bones & Silk series Ominous ride, Bones & Silk series You may also likeJon Jacobsen Jon Jacobsen’s hallucinatory digital portraits... [via] AandG Beautiful digital art by AandG (Alexey & Galina)... after game, 2007Famous When Dead Famous When Dead’s work is a creative response to his industrial surroundings. Inspired […]Arthur Tress Arthur Tress asked children to describe their nightmares. He then immortalized them into […]Angelo Filomeno The embroidered silk shantungs by Angelo Filomeno at the 52nd Venice Art […]Bone Pistol Set Fine art pistols of Bruce Mahalski. “I started collecting shells, fossils and bones […]Jason Freeny Moistproduction by Jason Freeny. Colorful, ironic digital art with a creepy […]Telling Death Telling Death - Experiments in Digital Killing is an art project by Pippa Tshabalala... Yonatan Ben-Knaan "In his works as an artist yonatan tries to bind the distant and obvious scale to the […]Kim Joon The Art of Kim Joon. [...] Kim Joon’s computer graphics are somewhere in between […]Karborn Karborn defines himself as "a prototype young artist of the future-technoid, […]Hollywood is Dead This collection of re-imagined movie posters is brainchild of notorious artist Matt […] http://eternalchild.blogspot.com Edgewalker This one reminds me of the digital art of Ray Caesar, all done in 3D softwares and later painted on other programs. Whenever I find someone who reminds me of these contemporary names such as Caesar, Brown or Raiden, I think about the cubists that came after Picasso: it feels less worthy, cheap, like basking on someone else’s afterglow… Plagiarism. Of course, nowadays it’s called “reference”.