Inspiration — Evgeny Kiselev

Evge­ny Kise­lev, orig­i­nal­ly uploaded by stechico.

Man oh man… I’m dig­gin’ the works. Tru­ly one of the gift­ed artists I draw inspi­ra­tion from, Evge­ny Kise­lev:

The diverse work of Evge­ny Kise­lev oscil­lates between the rig­ors of sym­me­try and pro­lif­ic excess. Sev­er­al com­po­si­tions begin with vivid tiled pat­terns that are mir­rored again and again until they can no longer be con­tained and are forced to push beyond the con­fines of their log­ic. Oth­ers, emerge from a sin­gle out­line that man­i­fests the con­trolled law­less­ness of the work. Each piece achieves a com­plex­i­ty of col­or and lay­er that con­tin­ues to build infi­nite­ly into the space of the page cre­at­ing a warp­ing spa­tial depth.

Here are some of Evge­ny Kise­lev’s pieces that I dig of the bat (click thumb­nails to view larg­er ver­sions):

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