Every Saturday, The Creators Project premieres a new issue from net art platform and artist collective, FELT Zine.
A glossy neon humanoid sits in front of a similarly metallic bedchamber while giving us the finger in one of Jess Audrey Lynn's 3D CGI compositions. This is just one scene from the blush-colored psychedelic cosmos Lynn created for the 17th issue of FELT Zine. Lynn is one of the few internet artists consistently giving their followers a unique look into their personal lives. As an artist, she says she relies not only on her internal emotions, but her dreams and past experiences. She tells The Creators Project, “A lot of times when I start creating, I don't really know what going to manifest... it kind of just flows out and turns into whatever eases my mind and feels best.” Her work shows an in depth expression of her thoughts and emotions while incorporating pillars of her aesthetic profile. Lynn's luminous universe is brimming with blazing pastels, sportswear iconography, and nods to net culture.
Lynn says she started working in CGI after researching and experimenting with numerous other mediums. She was enraptured by the limitless potential working within a virtual platform provides. “There's such a freedom to have access to programs that become a source for my aesthetic exploration and discovery. I don't have to worry about other’s expectations, only what will make me feel happy, and in return, others get to individually perceive what they see and feel in my work too,” she tells The Creators Project. “Since I’m a very sensitive and anxious person, having an outlet to escape into has helped me cope with reality by creating my own, virtually.” This current issue features two brand new renderings from Lynn along with a few classics from her portfolio. Check out some more works from the issue below:
In addition to her work in 3D art, Lynn produces her own brand of ambient electronic trap music. Check out the music video for her single, "CONNECT," below: