Jackson Tjota is a multimedia artist, with digital illustraton/painting as his primary focus. Originated from Jakarta, Indonesia, he graduated from RMIT University in Melbourne, Australia, as a 3D animator and visual FX artist. Let’s take a look at some of his artworks.
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Set of creative digital artworks by Nguyen Bao Tin, an artist from Vietnam.
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Set of black and white landscape photos by Vassilis Tangoulis.
Rocky Mountain retreat designed by Beck Building Company, located in Aspen Springs, California, United States.
New set of creative illustrations by Fil Dunsky, an artist based in Saint Petersburg, Russia.
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Alexander Rommel aka Aerroscape, is a 25-year-old artist from Germany who loves creating digital paintings of skyscapes. Below you may scroll through some if his artworks.
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