Believe it or not, these images aren’t digital illustrations. They aren’t even Photoshopped. They’re actually the works of Portuguese graffitist Odeith who has painted the streets so exceptionally well that the graffiti looks like it’s 3D and jumping right off the walls. Odeith: website Via: distractify.com
Many thanks to my friend Alice Macarova for help and inspiration. Software: 3d max, Vray, Zbrush, CS5 Maxim Shkret: behance
Dustin Yellin likes to collect various objects and elements he finds in the street and then use it to compose human silhouettes embedded in different layers of glass. This artistic practice called Psychogeography explores the elements of an urban environment with a lot of talent, for an impressive record. Dustin Yellin: website Via: fubiz.net
“I enjoy life in all its aspects. Love to make art on my Mac and ride bikes, both Hugh powered and motorised. I am an optimistic, opinionated, atheist, sceptic… Worked in three dimensional space with lighting and lasers. Nightclub’s & Dance-party’s. Now working in three dimensional space with computer generated images.” Main applications Used… Photoshop...
Echelon 4 is the first 3D collaboration between Konrad and Roland Dobson
On Monday 28th November 2011 Nokia Lumia 800 with Windows phone brought deadmau5 and the world’s most advanced 4D technology together and created an amazing free light show at Millbank Tower, London.