Daily Post. 04. (un)Real Reality.

I have only been up for about 2 hours and I stumbled across this amazing artist/designer. It's not really graphic design, but hey, I never said flat out that every daily post but be about graphic design, right? This artist and designer's name is Alex Roman. Here are just a few stills of his work.

The reason I have such a hard time figuring out what to call him is because every single one of these images and of the movies you will see in a minute are all DIGITALLY DONE. Not a single one of these images are real. You cannot find a single one of these places in real life. It doesn't seem possible that all of these are made in the computer but they are. Throw a few stock photos of humans in there and I'm sold! Tell me how much one of these places are and I'll buy it and move right on in. His weapons of choice are 3dsmax, Vray, After Effects, and Premier. Here is one of four teaser trailers. Oh yeah, did I forget to mention that this all part of a larger project. A movie.

Kahn's Exeter Short Film from Alex Roman on Vimeo.
At the end there are links to the rest of these videos along with a link to his website.

The imagery is stunning and the music is stunning. Not only did this guy create these worlds, but he also designed and created the music for these pieces. No need to say that once he makes the music public I will do everything in my power to get ahold of it for my own collection.

Creating a 3D-reality image is hard enough. But creating an entire world is astonishing! All the images I showed you at the beginning are all stills from this movie that is being created. I do not even know where to begin. This post is more of a drooling of his work. Scott Hansen, the owner of the website that I found this on, put it best. He said,"But what amazes me here isn’t just the execution, Roman crafts truly beautiful images with impeccable taste, something often missing from highly technical productions such as this."


Website. Layout. 01.

very first anything for my website. loveit. hateit. too plain. must be spruced up.

time. 2 hours. ish.
concept. grid, grayscale--blehhhhh--, the period.