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For the music video for UK duo Shy Luv’s “Shock Horror”, French filmmakers Bif create a surreal animated skydive scene.
In Joshua Tree, California, artist Eric Petersen is turning digital artworks into handmade translucent illustrations.
Volker Kühn and René Galassi mount a double-sided show in London.
In a video art tribute to Lithuanian punk band Antis’ song, “Duokit Medali,” Vilnius-based video artist Rimas Sakalauskas evokes a rising tide of autocracy in the West.
Former Weta and Pixar visual effects artist Slapcomp brings mind-bending VFX into the fabric of reality by posting 3D GIFs to Instagram.
A Dutch illustrator treats his long-time passion for skateboarding as a lightning rod for design inspiration.
Motion capture technology and a plethora of 3D software are the ingredients for Ian Valentine’s digital art.
A series of digital paintings explore the idea of “ekstatikos” in Patrice Olivier ACARDY's new music video for The Wanderer’s track, “E X T A T I Q U E.”
Artist Michael Green made political art out of #Pizzagate while under the influence of BrainForce, a neural activation drug purchased on Infowars.com.
The beauty of space trash in Phillip Lück’s 3D renderings.