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Morten Lasskogen, 1986

Morten Lasskogen è un graphic designer e digital artist di origini Danesi.
Il suo lavoro sfida lo spettatore ad esplorare un luogo interdisciplinare, un luogo che si trova tra il riconosciuto e lo sconosciuto.
Ispirato da luci e ombre, il lavoro di Lasskogen bilancia il minimalismo e il surrealismo e l'estetica futuristica con oggetti dei giorni nostri.
Esplorando le nozioni del presente, futuro e passato, il suo lavoro pone domande sull'esperienza condivisa del nostro ambiente, oggi come in futuro.

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Bruno Cerboni, 1948

Bruno Cerboni is an Italian artist who uses third millennium techniques and Artificial Intelligence to create his works.
Cerboni was born in Castel del Piano (GR) Italy.
Graduated in Engineering at "La Sapienza" - University of Rome, he has a 30-year career as manager of large companies and entrepreneur.
He has always been committed to the themes of innovation and information technology, and has been awarded the Italian National Innovation Award and the Red Herring 100 Europe.

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Jaime Gubaton | Surrealist painter

Filipino painter Jaime Gubaton was already winning art contests as far back as he can remember, beating other kids twice his height and age.
Gubaton is a Fine Arts graduate with a major in Advertising from the University of the East Caloocan.

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Chad Knight, 1976 | Digital sculptor

Based out of Portland in Oregon, USA, Chad is more than just a freelance artist, he is the Head of 3D Design at Nike and not so long ago retired from an exciting career as a professional skateboarder that ran from 1998-2011.
Nowadays, when he isn’t working for Nike, his unique artwork is enjoyed by people around the world.
Chad Knight’s vibrant digital art moves between the meditative and the frenetic. the artist’s personal work seems to exist in alien worlds, with his works being made in Cinema 4D.

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Tullius Heuer | Surrealist painter

"Hi, i’m Tullius Heuer and i live in a city called Maceió, located at the state of Alagoas, Brazil.
I’m a self-taught digital artist. I’m actually working with freelance works for living, including stuff like CD covers, posters, book covers, logos/branding/visual identity, advertisement etc.
My personal artworks consist in my thoughts and feelings about life and existence. I don’t have a specific theme to focus in my works, but most of them usually have strong emotional touches with positive messages.

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Mike Savad | Digital painter

"I was born in Texas, in an army base. I've always had a camera in my hand, mostly to keep me busy. It wasn't until about 20 years ago or so, when I got my first digital camera that I could experiment and learn how to do photography".
"Photo realistic is what people think of first. There are many themes, flowers, porches, and local Suburban Scenes, some city, some urban. I also have many Job inspired images that cover a quite a range. My art is inspired by Norman Rockwell 1894-1978🎨 and paintings from the time of the Renaissance🎨".

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Catrin Welz-Stein | Digital creator

Catrin Welz-Stein is a German graphic designer who creates stunningly surreal works.
Focused on mixed media, she breathes new life into vintage photos by experimenting in Photoshop, taking pictures apart and assembling them into new content.

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George Redhawk | Surrealist Animated GIFs Art

American artist🎨 George Redhawk creates eerily beautiful gifs even though he's legally blind.
With help from computer software, the designer utilizes the art of gif-making to show others how he sees the world as a man who suddenly lost his sight.
"It’s an artistic expression of the confusion I go through with my vision loss", Redhawk told The Creators Project. "Not enough data getting sent to the brain, and it tries to fill in the blanks with false information, so you can’t trust what your eyes or brain are telling you".
The result is an impressive collection of moving art, called The World Through My Eyes !