Contemporary surreal, visionary and pop surreal art
Digital art is an artistic work or practice that uses digital technology as an essential part of the creative or presentation process. Since the 1970s, various names have been used to describe the process including computer art and multimedia art, and digital art is itself placed under the larger umbrella term new media art.
Surrealistic digital art -- art that uses a computer as one of the defining methods of its creation-- is as varied as the vision of the artist itself.
Major genres within surreal digital art include photo manipulation, digital collage, digital painting, CGI/3D-rendering, Algorithm Art & Digital Animation.
In this guide we’ll show you how to create high-resolution AI video art with NightCafe Studio in 9 simple Steps. For more advanced users you can also see our guide on creating 3D AI Video Art on Google Colab. The below guide is best for beginners just dipping their toes into AI video art or […]Read More
Are you interested in getting started with digital art, NFTs, Artificial Intelligence (AI), or generative art? Working with AI, Machine Learning (ML), and other digital tools are becoming more and more commonplace for artists as the tech has become easier and more ubiquitous. In the guide, we’ll explain what AI art is, how it’s made, […]Read More
Certain These Clouds Go Somewhere is an unfinished series navigating the unchartered waters and skies of spirituality. Simply put, it’s a deep dive exploration into the artist’s psyche, pondering existential questions we all come to face. Why are we here? What is our purpose? What exists on the other side? Marisa lost herself in countless […]Read More
Alice in Lockdown is a self-directed illustration project by Marta Zubieta that explores the confusion and self-transformation journey we have gone through since the beginning of the lockdown in the UK. Bringing vibrant color to quite bleak subjects, Zubieta explores the millennial culture and its issues through pink-tinted glasses, neon colors, and dreamy characters. Zubieta […]Read More
We have previously covered Alice Zilberberg on Surrealism Today. Statement In this series, Zilberberg creates animal montages as an expression of self-therapy. As an urbanite, functioning day-to-day in a fast-paced, built environment can be emotionally unsettling. The artist regrounds herself in the sense of calm issued by these animals. These creatures reinstate a presence, a […]Read More