Biomech Art: Surrealism, Cyborgs and Alien Universes (英語) ハードカバー – 2013/11/1
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Martin de Diego Sádaba is a Spanish painter, illustrator, and graphic designer. He is co-founder of the Hysterical Minds art collective, co-founder of the Sugarflesh project, and a member of international art collective Slashthree. He has exhibited widely, including at the Exquisite Corpses show in Amsterdam, London, Bologna (Italy), and Bilbao (Spain). His first U. S. exhibition will be held in 2013.
It's quite a thick hardcover book at 256 pages. Author Martin de Diego Sadaba has curated the works of 28 artists from USA, Europe and Japan for the book.
Just look at the cover and you can see that wires are going into the eyes of the character, and her arm actually morphs into wires below the elbow. That's just a teaser for what's inside the book.
Some other examples include the Pascal Blanche' 3D art with psychedelic colours, Christopher Conte's steampunk creations, many paintings involving alien-like warped beings, Peter Gric has some wonderful pieces of human-like characters fused into the environment, a few H. R. Giger inspired pieces, scenes from the underworld, transhuman creations, oh and a floating head fused with teddy bears by the skin, and more. Many pieces are quite difficult to describe even.
Great book for those into the dark arts. There are lots of disturbingly good and good disturbing stuff to see.
The artists featured are
Martin de Diego
Tomasz Alen Kopera
Daniel Arnold Mist
Seeming (Seeming Watcher)
Sugar Flesh (Liran Szeiman and Martin de Diego)
(There are more pictures of the book on my blog. Just visit my Amazon profile for the link.)