I love Adrian Van Delzel's 'Monsters' series of digital art. It blends monsters, hypnotic kaleidoscopic patterns, bright colors, and intense digital art. Frankly, what's not to love?
Adrian Van Delzel's 'Monsters' collection features goblin-like creatures washed in pink, green, purple, red, and blue. Check out the full series above, and keep clicking for more monstrous features from Trend Hunter's archives.
Implications - As monsters and ghosts often no longer initiate the same fear response in adults as they did children, it can be seen that these "scary" concepts are now being transformed into something that is less frightening and more intriguing in the consumer market. Businesses are looking to change up the classic "mutant" and turn it into something that's artistic rather than horrifying, appealing to individuals interested in such concept, minus the fear factor.
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Adrian Van Delzel's Colorful Digital Art is Mesmerizing
- By: Marissa BrassfieldAug 9, 2009 Updated: Mar 24 2011