Título: Biomech Art: Surrealism, Cyborgs and Alien ...
Editorial: Graffito Books
Año de publicación: 2013
Condición del libro: New
H. R. Giger created the world of the 1980 Alien movie without the benefit of a Mac and is still a major inspiration for today's obsessive digital artists. Now a collection of artists working in surrealist biomechanical graphis in art, computer games, and movies with far more powerful tools at their disposal to create their own alien art are pushing the boundaries of the visual—the new Gigers. This book features more than 50 top artists from around the world working in the genre where the boundaries between computer games and movies increasingly blur.About the Author:
Martin de Diego Sádaba is a Spanish painter, illustrator, and graphic designer. He is co-founder of the Hysterical Minds art collective, co-founder of the Sugarflesh project, and a member of international art collective Slashthree. He has exhibited widely, including at the Exquisite Corpses show in Amsterdam, London, Bologna (Italy), and Bilbao (Spain). His first U. S. exhibition will be held in 2013.
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