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Trippy Alternate World of Insect People

Friday 12.16.2011 , Posted by
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Trippy alternate worlds, populated by insect people and anamorphic robots jump colorfully from the page in Kilian Eng’s new digital works. He finds his inspiration for the works in both classic and futuristic architecture, surrealism, science fiction, theater scenography and the natural and urban landscape.

Born in Stockholm Sweden, Eng attended Konstfack, University of Arts Craft & Design, originally making much of his work using pen and paper. Later he saw the possibilities of making his works digitally and how it could enhance the look he was after while improving his workflow. You can see more of his work on his website dwdesign.tumblr.com or at behance.net.

Via: lookslikegooddesign.com

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