Dark digital art by David Ho

“David Ho creates dark digital art with irony. Pieces expressing grief, despair, isolation and sexual disturbance become highly emotional statements in cold, metallic colours on the artist’s Macintosh easel. And each is forceful. Within the various software he has chosen for his pallet, Mr Ho is a uniquely effective communicator of the grotesque.” Randy M Dannenfelser.

“I’ve been called many things in my life, but I would fancy myself an artist first and foremost. After 10 years of working as a freelancer, I think creating art has become more of a necessity than anything. Surely it puts food on the table, but it serves a psychological purpose as well. Productivity, a sense of immortality, an outlet for expression are but a few reasons. Even though I’ve experimented with various kinds of media like oils, acrylics and airbrush, I find myself coming back to the digital medium time and time again due to its efficiency. I work exclusively on the Macintosh utilizing software programs like Photoshop, Illustrator, Poser and Bryce.”

David Ho: website