Alfonso Elola has been making the blog rounds for his wild Corporeal Scenes, but I’m also fond of his Organic Portrait series.
Every portrait in this series is a lustrous shadowy, strange mingling of skin, bone, muscle, wing and face.
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Yep, agreed. In fact I think I prefer his Organics to the Corporeal Scenes: such subtle melding of flesh, skin and bone; such evocative imagery. Just mesmerising! -Nx
I really like his work, both series. For me the deciding factor in a artist is their usage of color tones. For instance the warm, soft, creamy variations of whites and vanillas.
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