Andrée Wallin & His Digital Fantasy

Megarobot, Digital art by Andrée Wallin

In the world of computer graphics, Andrée Wallin could be considered already a veteran. Born on March 31, 1983, this Swedish artist fell in love with digital art world early. With time not only he honed his skill to perfection but also gathered valuable experience by working with Atlas Entertainment, Lucasfilm, Warner Bros, Universal Pictures etc. Through the following interview, Andrée Wallin reveals more about himself and the world around him.

Vanessa Harden: Eco Conscious Art & Design Interests

An Interview with the Artist & Designer

Bio–degradable Tent by Vanessa Harden

Vanessa Harden thinks deeply about the social and environmental concerns that plague our lives everyday and her designs, often merging the perceived distinction of art and science, try to resolve those issues on a physical plane. From seed pill to increase the greenery of the city to biodegradable tent to dynamic street light to reduce energy consumption every creative endeavour of Vanessa’s are proofs of such sensitivity towards planet earth presented with artistic aestheticism.

Ben Heine: Multidisciplinary Visual Artist Finds Harmony Between Media

An Interview with the Artist, Photographer and Music Producer

Artwork by Ben Heine

Ben Heine is a multidisciplinary visual artist in true sense. He can play drums, piano, guitar, can speak six languages, has a degree in journalism and most importantly can paint and photograph. Two very strong visual media of drawing and photography become unified to create fascinating pieces of art. Success of his project Pencil vs Camera, conceived in April, 2010, is a proof of that. Digital Circlism, another idea materialised around the same point in time blends the best of pop art and pointillism to recreate portraits of famous personalities such as Marilyn Monroe, Freddie Mercury, Johny Depp, Lady Gaga and so on. Flesh and Acrylic is one of his latest projects having started in 2011.

Adam Martinakis: Inside a Creative Mind

An Interview with the Digital Artist

Recreation of Adam, Digital Art by Adam Martinakis

Born in 1972, Luben, Poland, Adam Martinakis spent his early childhood in Poland before moving on to Athens, Greece in 1982. After completing his studies at Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Faculty of Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts, and Industrial Design, he started experimenting with 3d computer generated visual art. For over a decade now his unique masterpieces have received critical acclaim and award of excellence including Excellence Abstract & Design award, EXPOSÉ 10 in 2012. He is also a three time winner of international art competition at Luxembourg, 2009, 2010 and 2011. He took time out of his busy schedule to share his opinions about his work and life in general.