10 Digital Sculpture By Greek Artist Adam Martinakis

By Artist Adam Martinakis

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Adam Martinakis

Statement of fragments: Imagining art being a bridge, a connection between the spirit and the material, the living and the absent, the personal and the universal.

Exploring the unknown light and darkness in a supplementary coexistence that forms the event horizon of the creation. Composing scenes of the nonexistence, the echo of the living void, immersed in the metaphysics of perception.

Adam Arthouros Martinakis Biography: Born in Lubań, Poland in 1972, his mother is Polish and father Greek. Moved to Athens, Greece in 1982. Studied Interior Architecture, Decorative Arts and Industrial Design in Athens. Since the year 2000, has been working and experimenting on Computer-generated visual media
(3d digital image – animation, digital sculpture, digital video, new media). He had been teaching digital arts & design, graphics, interior design and ceramic design in many art institutes. Member of the Greek Chamber of Fine Arts. In cooperation with Wanda Print for selected commercial projects. He lives and works in Poland, Greece and the UK. via: martinakis.com

Adam Martinakis digital 3d art 2009-2011

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Posted by Adam Martinakis on Monday, March 12, 2012