Jarek Jaśnikowski is a Polish artist. He started out painting in a surrealist style inspired by Salvador Dalí and over the years gradually moved into steampunk.Continue reading “The Art of Jarek Jaśnikowski”
Marc Simonetti is a French concept artist and illustrator best known for his covers of G.R.R. Martin’s A Song of Ice and Fire novels and his designs for the science-fiction epic Valerian and the City of a Thousand Planets (2017).
A few of his personal artworks have a hint of steampunk.Continue reading “The Art of Marc Simonetti”
Aurora Noir is a dieselpunk world created by Israeli artist Tim Razumovsky. It’s full of streamlined vehicles, mobsters, chrome robots and Art Deco architecture. The city’s Aurora Springs Hotel seems to have been inspired by Eliel Saarinen’s Helsinki Central Station.Continue reading “The Art of Tim Razumovsky”
Andrei Sokolov was one of the most prolific Russian space artists. He worked closely with cosmonauts, in particular his friend Alexei Leonov, to make sure his depictions were realistic. Some of his works were carried into space aboard the 1971 Soyuz 11 mission and later transferred to the Salyut space station.Continue reading “The Art of Andrei Sokolov”
Rupam Raaj J. is a Japanese concept artist, whose personal work includes large World War II-era fighting machines.Continue reading “The Art of Rupam Raaj J.”
Robert Theodore McCall (1919-2010) was an iconic illustrator of the Space Age. He created concept art for 2001: A Space Odyssey (1968) and Star Trek: The Motion Picture (1979) and was hired by NASA to document the history of the Space Race.
He also painted many scenes of what the future of space exploration might look like.Continue reading “The Art of Robert T. McCall”
Andrew Suryadi is a digital artist from Indonesia, who specializes in cityscapes and scenery. Some of his artworks are the perfect setting for a steampunk story.Continue reading “The Art of Andrew Suryadi”
John Malcolm is a British artist whose portfolio includes several steampunk pieces.Continue reading “The Art of John Malcolm”