Category - Digital Arts

Expressions of the whole — the works of Emel Karakozak

Visuallity is my predominant side… I have been used photo language and I love this phrase. Maybe it does not contain letters, brushes and hammer blows but it has a scene and fiction in its own world… Neither nature nor people; has an integrity and continuity formed by a continuous chain. Everything is aimed to understand the whole. Life and...

Maria Tilt’s exploration of the conceptual

I’m a graduate of Fine Art from the University of Aberystwyth, with specialities in painting and book illustration; my work is currently focused on exploring the conceptual side of figurative art and portraiture. I now work as a freelance illustrator in the UK, creating original digital and traditional paintings, and collaborating with...

Virtual art therapy: The Tilted Brush projects

The story behind these Tilt Brush projects is that of creative expression therapy. I run a company that builds virtual reality apps for anxiety and depression and helping those with mental health issues is our charter. We also offer courses to the public and to licensed clinicians on the use of VR for healing. During the teaching of our art...

Maria Tilt’s expressive digital portraits

In 2014, Maria graduated from the University of Aberystwyth with a First Class honours degree in Fine Art, and specialities in painting and book illustration.~Maria Tilt Following the completion of her degree, she spent a year living and working in Vietnam as an art teacher and intern at The British International School Hanoi, before moving to...

Carlo Di Domenico’s classic pop illustrations

I am an IT engineer and I work in a multinational company. I have always been fascinated by the beauty expressed in art, especially by the paintings of the great Renaissance masters and the statues of Greek classicism. In late 2017 I decided to take a gap year and dedicate myself to illustration, specifically in digital painting. I attended the...

Angst and frustration in Pop Expressionism

I’m Jared, 24. I studied art from a young age, originally ignoring the importance of early 20th Century art movements. It took a teacher as stubborn as I was to open my eyes to Dada, Abstract Expressionism and Pop Art, and the ideals of the artists and their struggles have stuck with me ever since. I am a graphic designer by profession, and...