That’s right: Yoshitaka Amano not only worked as lead art designer on the original Final Fantasy… he was the lead designer on every Final Fantasy game through Final Fantasy VI.
I wish I could show you all of Chris’s work, but he’s been around too long and has too many awesome pieces to fit into one collection.
“I love capturing a candid moment in time, for example, the interaction between a child and an animal, or bettors at the race track cheering on their horse of choice.”
Rashad Alakbarov – Projection Art: Light and Shadows: What would otherwise appear as a random cluster of things becomes a surprisingly detailed and nuanced image on the surrounding walls. | Read More
Ben Heine: The distinction isn’t hard to spot, but the seamlessness in which they blend evokes an entirely different experience altogether. | See More
Tomás Saraceno: Seeks to focus on those connections by allowing its visitors to literally affect the form of his structure with their movements. | Read More
Diego Fazio: Puts cameras to shame with the precise detail of his photorealistic drawings. | Read More
Franc Grom carefully carves away at eggshells until they are intricate and delicate pieces of art. The detail in his art is planned to perfection and executed flawlessly. | Read More.
Hey people! We’re looking for some fancy pantsy art bloggers/writers to show off their skills and bring some new blood to the site. If you’re interested please contact us & send it to your friends!
We’ve been in love with unorthodox art forms at iheardin, so it’s no surprise how much we appreciated Dalton M. Ghetti’s pencil tip carvings. | Read More.