Fantastic images by the artist and photographer Ernest Em, aka 19Tones. He is the first Adobe author from Russia, a Sony Alpha Imaging Ambassador, and has produced work for clients such as Adidas, Pokras Lampas and Felipe Pantone. Continue reading »
Angel Acevedo is an artist based in Cali, Colombia. “Focused on recreating the magical worlds of my imagination through styles such as anime illustration, vaporwave among others,” еhat’s how he describes himself. Continue reading »
Designer Martin Naumann imagined what the logos of world-famous brands would look like in a futuristic-neon style. Martin Naumann is a multidisciplinary artist, and graphic designer, currently based in Dessau, Germany. Continue reading »
“For over ten years I took part in design and production of my fathers leather company. In 2010 I established my own brand ‘crambox creating’. I started photography to showcase my creations but soon photography also became a big part of myself. The ways of expressing this world through what I capture was limitless. Now as a photographer and creator I continue to develop, innovate and inspire to meet my clients needs.” – Omi Continue reading »
Anthony Presley lives and works in Memphis Tennessee. In 2019, he received his Bachelors in Fine Arts in Studios at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago. Presley’s film work has been included in over 30 film festivals including the Chicago International Genre Film Festival. Continue reading »
Photographer and illustrator Rolling Mackey travels around the city of Kanazawa at night and takes pictures of the streets illuminated by neon lights. Continue reading »
Muhammad Nafay is a professional digital and album cover artist working with electronic musician artist and labels. My clients include Mr Suicide Sheep, EMBRZ, Oxford Books UK, Trey3n, Ultra Music Festival Currently working as an Art Director in a local company based in Karachi. Continue reading »
“In The Midnight”: Denny Busyet Creates Dreamlike Artwork Inspired by 80s and 90s Aesthetic Nostalgia Fuelled by Synthwave
Denny Busyet is a digital artist from Malang, Indonesia. Currently he is in love with 80’s Inspired design and synthwave music, he believes it’s starting to influence his art. Really cool and nostalgic! Continue reading »
Creepy lights and shadowy figures haunt the night with a provocative otherworldly ambiance in these nighttime scenes by photographer Briscoe Park.
Our imaginations compulsively inject our fears into the voids and shadows of the world, an organic algorithm filling in the blank spaces with irrational data from the deepest reaches of our psyche. We’re both haunted and cursed by the inescapable inevitability that we need to, and will, fill the emptiness with something. Continue reading »
According to Bozhena: “I’m an artist currently living and working in Prague, Czech Republic. I graduated from Uzhhorod National University with a Bachelor of Social Sciences, majoring in Political Science. Continue reading »
According to Maximilian, a digital artist based in Ludwigsburg, Germany: “This is my personal exploration in digital art. Heavily inspired by synthwwave & music in general, I aim to capture fleeting, somewhat dreamlike, nighttime moments, which could be just around the corner but still feel miles away. Continue reading »
According to Lucius Felimus, Manila’s cyberpunk photographer: “My name is Jaime Javier, but I also go by my artist moniker Lucius Felimus.
Being an architect by trade has trained my eye for buildings and urban environments. I started photographing architecture and cityscapes as part of my course requirements back in college. However, it was only in the summer of 2019 that I really took photography seriously. Continue reading »
Production of postcards blossomed in the late 19th and early 20th centuries. As an easy and quick way for individuals to communicate, they became extremely popular. Continue reading »
According to Clement Merouani: “I’m Clement Merouani, a French Art & Creative Director based in Paris.
I love trying out new things, exploring various styles and techniques, and delving into them through an emotional and aesthetical lens. I try to create powerful imagery by focusing on composition and editing. Continue reading »
Klarens Malluta is an Albanian artist creating high impact work around digital culture. The artist creates one visceral piece of art everyday for Instagram as a way to attach some sort of meaning to 21st century life. Continue reading »
Aishy is a French art director and photographer with a passion for Japanese urban spaces. From December 2019 to January 2020, he spent many nights on Tokyo’s streets to capture the fascinating atmosphere caused by neon lights as well as the hustle and bustle on and off the streets. The images of the series convey a striking cyberpunk mood. Continue reading »
James White aka Signalnoise is a Canadian illustrator and designer living in Newcastle upon Tyne, UK. He creates neon-infused artwork for his various personal projects as well as for clients such as Lego Movie 2, Far Cry 3: Blood Dragon, Hasbro, Metallica, Nike, Universal Music etc.
He’s very stuck in the 1980s. Continue reading »
Maxim Sipakov is an 18-year-old animator living in Russia. He specializes in adding neon lights to videos from other creators and began his page by animating soccer videos. He soon found his new niche by animating videos from tattoo artists, adding an entirely new dimension to an existing piece. And now, his videos have been viewed more than one million times on Instagram. Continue reading »
Some of the best places in Tokyo to get that cyberpunk feel are Shinjuku and Akihabara, where walls of lights and multi-storey tech stores vie for your attention. The only thing missing from the landscape is people dressed in futuristic gear, but one cyber head is here to help with that, creating a new look that fits in with the lights of the city, in the form of a “backpack” containing a neon sign. Continue reading »
“My name is Davansh Atry, 3D artist from India. I was an Electronics major at college and graduated in 2016. I was never much interested in a job in that field, majorly because I sucked at it. Haha. Art wasn’t my thing from the very beginning. I stumbled upon it by mistake and it just stuck with me. And, i’m glad it did.” Continue reading »
Japanese photographer ‘7’ tends to focus their lens on some of the beautiful night photography locations available in the Kanagawa and Tokyo area. While the talented photographer’s work features shots that are usually breathtaking enough on their own, this time they were given a surprising natural enhancement by this past weekend’s Typhoon Chan-hom. Continue reading »
The images of Keith Macgregor are a nostalgic journey between Hong Kong in the ’70s and’ 80s, when the city contained a hybrid between British colonial culture and the chaotic metropolis it would become. The shots of the man, heir to John Macgregor, one of the first Scottish pioneers to venture to Shanghai in 1858, where he was able to found a successful commercial activity for wine and spirits called Caldbeck Macgregor Limited, is each the fragment of an evocative and unrepeatable era. Continue reading »
“Perfect Darkness”: Foggy Nights and Melancholy Landscapes in Cinematic Photographs by Henri Prestes
The moody and melancholic aesthetic that pervades the work of Henri Prestes, a photographer and cinematographer based in Southern Europe, looks and feels exactly like a suspense film… You can almost hear music as you look at them. Continue reading »
Inspired by Cyberpunk and Synthwave culture, Leopoldo D’Angelo, known as Dangiuz, creates post-apocalyptic and dystopian scenarios. The Italian artist deals with Computer Graphics, Digital Art and 3D arts. Continue reading »