For me, art is a transitive reflection of reality that oscillates in-between illusion and the multidimensional relevance of perception
Shay Motion is a filmmaker and visual artist based in NY, focusing on producing creative content for entertainment and inspirational purposes.
My inspirations are, Dr. Seuss, Salvador Dali, Max Ernst, Daisuke Tanabe, plus, I’m in love to expose the unseen to the reality, and the reality to the unseen, I have this plan to expose as much that isn’t being seen.
The artworks of Ryota Matsumoto develop and demonstrate the hybrid/multi-layered process, where varying scale, juxtaposition of different forms, intertwined textures/tones are applied to reflect the spatial conditions of our ever-evolving urban environments.
I am an artist of the imaginal. i like to work with interior narrative, symbol and intention as a way to visually portray the divine imagination. I am exploring a nexus of drawing and digital art, synthesising the two approaches into an idiosyncratic visual language.
Since more than 20 years Mark Bern uses computers and software to create digital art pieces. Already as a teenager he spent several hours per day with his first computer (Commodore 64) to play around and use the limited possibilities back then to create digital visual effects.