We’re excited to unveil a brand new original from David Loblaw, part of a new series in which Loblaw debuts his new style, offered exclusively through MakersPlace.
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It’s so much more enjoyable when you can break out and create a whole new style and see where it might go, and at the same time risk failing.
David Loblaw is an internationally recognized digital artist who splits his time between Playa del Carmen, Mexico and Toronto, Canada. He was essentially born into the arts: Both his parents were artists who met in art college, thereby instilling an innate sense of creativity within David. For as long as he can remember, he’s been passionate about creating through digital platforms. Starting as a graphic designer, he eventually found his way into the world of rare digital art.
Loblaw’s style is constantly changing, thereby making it difficult to label or describe. However, he has become well-known for his digital landscapes which have a certain impressionist quality to them. He enjoys experimenting with photo manipulation, textures, colors, and eliciting certain moods with his creations.
There is so much feeling in this image, I love the tones you can get from a single spot-light image when the angles are just right.
David Loblaw’s latest release “Soul Sister” is part of a series of portraitures that explore feelings, shapes, and shadows through color. With this series, Loblaw aims to mimic the effect of the “under-painting” that is typically found in classical painting techniques. By creating digital layers, Loblaw is able to add an additional dimension to an already beautiful portrait.
But the layering does not end there: Loblaw also placed a number of hidden symbols, or “Easter Eggs” within the artwork — You will have to look closely to find them and interpret their meaning. This artwork is full of symbolism and contains many meanings depending on which emblem you zoom in on.
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Soul Sister is part of David Loblaw’s new series which explores human emotion and form through overlays of color and contours. Discover other artworks in the series in Loblaw’s MakersPlace gallery.
David Loblaw’s artwork is currently being shown at the MakersPlace VR Art Gallery in Cryptovoxels until June 18th, 2020.
Some of Loblaw’s accomplishments include:
- Being chosen as a Fresh 19’s Top 50 new artist
- Featured in Ello.co photography section and Art sections,
- Selected twice by Collective Art Brewing for their ongoing artist awards program
- Finalist in the 2000 London International Advertising Awards,
- Applied Arts Mag. icon design
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