“The Darkness That Comes Before”: The Mind Blowing Sci-Fi Art Of Brad Wright

The superb sci-fi themed creations of digital illustrator and concept artist Brad Wright. Based in the UK, Brad Wright creates environments, character art, futuristic vehicles and weapon designs for the video game and entertainment industry. He’s recently worked on the amazing Alien Isolation video game and his works have featured in ImagineFX magazine and other top publications.

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