These mind-blowingly surreal 3D digital artworks are amazing

Polish born artist Adam Martinakis’ computer-generated 3D art works centering on themes mostly depicting the human form in organic and futuristic environments are surreal to say the least.

He studied at the Technological Educational Institute of Athens, Faculty of Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts, and Industrial Design, and since 2000 has been working in the Digital Arts.

He has also taught Digital Graphics & Arts, Interior Design and Ceramic Design, and is a member of slashTHREE and Art.lica international art collectives.

Fatal, 2013

Adam explains, “I’m very interested in the common feelings and situations that we all go through. Childhood, for instance, is a common period of our lives, but as the time goes by it looks more like a dream… Our body is the only home that we really have, and the most expressive tool we’ve got. Even when we don’t use it, like when we sleep or just sit and think, we always imagine ourselves in our bodies. I use it as a symbol of human presence.”(Dont Panic Interview)

Working within the digital environment, 3d models are created or inserted into the program, then materials and effects are set to cover the models, and then lighting designed to bring the scene to life.

“With the help of built-in digital 3d software, we have the final product, a rendered image. This procedure contains the creation of your theme and the ” photo-shoot” of it.

It is like when a photographer is building the world in which he will take his picture, but all of it is in an iconic digital world which doesn’t exist; the possibilities are endless…”

Nice!

It’s never too late to sleep forever with somebody, 2016
Materialized-v01, 2013
Materialized_v03, 2016
Puente, 2016
Queen of the moment, 2016
Roots of Fire, 2013
The inevitability of time _Pieta, 2013
UNtitled, 2016
Arena, 2016
Probable impossibilities, 2012
The fragile memory of a childhood, 2012

You can see more of his work here: Behance | Website | Facebook

H/t: Alpha-ville

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