And #Art of Fantasy is back this week! I have a sneaking suspicion that I like artists from Poland. I feature a lot of them, unintended, of course. But as I look at those previous entries, I find the art similar in tone. Dark and atmospheric and in some cases seemingly inspired by nightmares. And for some unknown reason, I am drawn to it. I love a wide spectrum of tones and styles, of course, but there is something otherworldly about Polish fantasy art.
And so this week I have for you Piotr Jabłoński. He is a digital painter, concept artist, and illustrator from Bialystok, Poland, and is a self-taught freelance artist. His interest in art started in the streets with graffiti and urban art. That is until he discovered the digital alternative. He became obsessed with the medium, and the rest, as they say, is history. His clients include Aaron Sims Creative, Applibot, Wizards of the Coast, Games Workshop, Ixor, Tokkun Studio, and Platige.
Below are a few more samples of his work. Enjoy!
And that is all from me for now. If you want to see more of Piotr’s art just click here.
Enjoy your week!
(If the formatting seems off this week, I apologise. WordPress changed something in my dashboard and it’s affecting my ability to format my posts properly. I had hoped it was just a temporary bug but it’s been four weeks and as of this week still ongoing.)
2 thoughts on “#Art of Fantasy 124: Piotr Jabłoński”
WOW! Such an evocative artist.
I paritularly like the pics at the beginning of the gallery. I love that mix between clean cut shapes and very dark colours and atmospheres. There is something intriguing in this mix of order and unknown.
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One of my favourites possibly.