The choice of medium is so important for artists and designers. How one chooses to express themselves to realize their vision is crucial to the success of their work or body of work. When you find your perfect mode of expression, everything falls into place. Here’s an artist that went through this journey and surfaced with an incredible collection of digital artworks about journeys to places that don’t exist.
Michal Karcz is a Polish artist that spent a lot of time painting but later, having found photography, he decided to combine his passions. With the help of some digital tools, Michal brings to life his dreams, imagination, fears and desires. Your trip to these far away, imaginary lands starts now:
To the Threshold of Silence v2
“My journey into the world of photography began in the early 90’s, but at that time my biggest passion was painting, which helped me to develop a vision that was hard to create with other visual techniques. Unfortunately I had to leave the paintbrush and canvas.”
“Digital photography and software gave me the opportunity to generate unique realities that were impossible to be created with an ordinary dark room techniques. Most of my work is like a journey to the places which don’t exist. Places from my dreams, desire, imagination and fears.”
The serpent’s lair
Spiritual archives 2
“My inspiration comes from many artists and it doesn’t matter if they get through to me by the sense of vision or hearing. I can tell that music has the biggest impact on my work. It’s an inseparable element with pictures in my mind, a kind of sound illustration to a visible scenery. These two things hit me with the strongest intensity.”
Spiritual archives IV
Cavern of Sirens
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