Metamorphosis by Elephai

We’re excited to unveil a new original artwork, by Elephai, offered exclusively through MakersPlace.

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Elephai is a 3D digital artist and graphic designer from Belgrade, Serbia. His unique style is best described as a mix of surrealism and sci-fi with a hint of playful humor. Elephai mentions early show and movies like the Adam’s Family, X-Files and District 9 as influences in his works as well as the art of the Renaissance period. An unlikely combination, yet these inspirations give way to completely original pieces that capture deep metaphors and concepts such as his series of works that play on the “abducted”, and the eery worlds and artifacts that remain for the viewer to interpret.

Originality is a common staple in his works from the story, undertones and the worlds that he creates from scratch, using his tool of choice Cinema4D. Transporting the viewer into a new reality and imparting a newfound perspective is a matter of course.


Done in his signature sci-fi surreal style, Elephai’s new piece is a metaphor for the continual transformation and originality of his artistic expression. It tells of a new reality… no context, no time, but evidence of evolution and change.

“In a new reality with no time, experiencing electromagnetic signals prompted by the cosmic microwave background radiation… is a thing.” Inspired by a surreal style of collage artworks and turned into the semi-realistic and mundane twisting beautiful glitchy animation of nonsense, I present to you, the “Metamorphosis”. — Elephai

Preview of Metamorphosis by Elephai (Click to view full artwork)

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Elephai’s full collection of artworks are currently being shown at the MakersPlace VR Art Gallery in Cryptovoxels until April 29th, 2020.

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