I am a computer geek. I love my mac. I love Steve Jobs. I love the Adobe art programs. And I do love digital art. Maybe to some this is not considered fine art, but I have to put in a plug. This stuff is not easy to do, speaking from the position of one who has tried creating fractal images, spent hours on the computer, and could not some close to a beautiful image. Today, I bring you the art of Tatiana Plakhova.
Plakhova graduated from Moscow State University with a Master in Social Psychology. From there, she studied Graphic Design. She works as an art director, graphic designer and illustrator, with clients including Proctor & Gamble Russia, and Hewlett Packard.
“You can either call it Complexism or Networkism … where imaginary landscapes of interconnected entities are the prevailing theme.” -Plakhova
She combines combining science, illustration, photography, and music to create something fresh, an imaginary universe based upon patterns, math and lines. Her inspiration is 90% music and books, and the result is the feeling of incredible space through a display of microscopic structure.
See more of her work on her website: www.complexitygraphics.com, which also includes links to more information and interviews.