Mark Constantine Inducil is a Filipino-Australian visual artist living in Melbourne, Australia. His distinctively vivid and textured renders attempt to capture memories, childhood experiences and past traumas. Influenced by cinema, philosophy and psychology, his works display compelling landscapes and portraiture that feature the use of fragmented forms which represents humanity’s evolving psychological states and explores its internal realities.

Inducil’s artworks transport viewers to a surrealist inspired dream-like state, filled with ethereal abstractions, vibrant colors and a calming sense of mysticism. Fluid forms dance across the digital canvas, yet unlike the bulk of today’s smooth and seamless digital art, texture plays an important role in Inducil’s creations with an intentional grain-like tactile coating all colors, bringing an additional element of rawness to his artwork. Rich color schemes bounce off of poignant black sky scapes to tell stories of emotion, exploration and existence.

Inducil’s work has been exhibited in Australia, the UK and across the MetaVerse. He is also one of the headliners in the upcoming ArtLife Fest 2021 in Moscow.

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Mark Constantine Inducil’s artworks are highly coveted with a 100% sell out rate on MakersPlace with over $112K in sales with 1/1s selling for up to 5 ETH (~$12,013).

Portraits of Deamons

Portraits of Daemons represents Inducil’s interest to create a portrait series that would personify the pool of thoughts and emotions, the abstractions that guide him when embarking on a creative endeavor. In ancient times, some refer to this guiding energy as “daemons”. 

Portrait of a Daemon I

Editions: 10
Pricing: $1000

*Final edition will be auctioned

Portrait of a Daemon II

Editions: 5
Pricing: $2,000

*Final edition will be auctioned

Portrait of a Daemon III

Editions: One
Pricing: Accepting Offers Only

*Auction will ensue once reserve price is met.

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