Sunday Evening Art Gallery — Istavan

Based out of Geneva, Switzerland, Istvan works as a freelance illustrator who’s mastery of Vue, Cinema, Zbrush, and Photoshop are obvious.Multi-lingual and multi-talented, Istvan has created a number of digital works that stand on their own as artworks, and work together to form gallery-worthy series.

He uses a mathematical process to create series on natural elements and lifeforms.

His collection of organisms with day/night variations is titled Biotop Polygonia  and was made in Cinema 4D using random values within parameters.

 Istavan always had a fascination with bugs, so he imagined species who live in a polygonic (plant-based) planet.

His mathematical-designed insects are gorgeous.

More of Istavan‘s artwork can be found at https://chaoticatmospheres.com.

 

 

 

Sunday Evening Art Gallery — John Lemke

In celebration of the re-opening of the Sunday Evening Art Gallery we present…

“But I find that for myself, without exception, the more I deal with the work as something that is my own, as something that is personal, the more successful it is.”

Marian Bantjes, Canadian designer, artist, illustrator, typographer and writer

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Artist and graphic designer John Lemke  starts in various media: pen & ink, charcoal, acrylics, electronics, transforming the basic doodle or painting into something quite different.

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He takes his creation to the next level, adding detailed depth through different media, enhancing the basic piece while tranforming it.

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As a Senior Graphic Designer, John constantly comes across a number of ideas that beg to be enhanced.

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John believes anyone can find inspiration for art. All you need to do is go outside and open your eyes. There is cool stuff everywhere.

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And I do mean cool stuff.

John Lemke’s art can be found  at http://johnsconsin.deviantart.com/ 

and at the Sunday Evening Art Gallery

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