Didier Graffet is a steampunk artist who is quite well known in his native France but far less so in the English-speaking world. That ought to change; his paintings are gorgeous.Continue reading “The Art of Didier Graffet”
Mike Doscher is an American artist who specialized in Weird War imagery. He is the co-author of Spacecraft of the First World War, an illustrated guide to the giant spaceships fielded by the empires of Earth in their conquest of Mars.Continue reading “The Art of Mike Doscher”
Drew Northcott is a British artist, whose work includes these lovely faux pulp magazine covers.Continue reading “The Art of Drew Northcott”
If there is a perfect dieselpunk video game, it must be BioShock (our review here). It has several of the genre’s major influences (Art Deco, Ayn Rand’s Objectivism, dystopian fiction like Nineteen Eighty-Four, Hugh Ferriss, the Red Scare and Jazz) as well as tropes (the lone hero fighting the system, mind control).
It’s the BioShock aesthetic, though, that is the most evocative.Continue reading “BioShock Concept and Fan Art”
“Remton” is an artist from France who combines steampunk, dieselpunk and fantasy elements in his work.Continue reading “The Art of Remton”
Leos “Okita” Ng is an artist from Singapore with more than a few steampunk works in his portfolio.Continue reading “The Art of Leos Ng”
Nicholas Maxson-Francombe is a Belgian artist, many of whose brilliant digital paintings are set in a dark steampunk world that he calls “1895 Welded Iron”. He is also a concept artist for the exciting dieselpunk project Acropolis.Continue reading “The Art of Nicholas Maxson-Francombe”
Andree Wallin is a concept artist from Sweden who worked on Star Wars: The Force Awakens (2015) and Rogue One (2016). His personal artwork includes landscapes and scenes that would be perfect for a steam- or cyberpunk story.Continue reading “The Art of Andree Wallin”
Dim (short for Dimitris) Martin is a talented artist from Greece. I first found his work when he did one of the covers for the excellent dieselpunk comic series Skies of Fire (our review here). His portfolio includes many more dieselpunk works, spanning the spectrum from decopunk to noir to Weird War.
Here’s a taste.Continue reading “The Art of Dim Martin”