Cosmic-inspired abstract landscapes by Frankfurt-based artist Kevin Halfhill, originally from Los Angeles. His digital art taken from images of galaxies, nebulas, or atmospheric phenomena such as the storm on Jupiter are extrapolated using a 3D program and transformed into abstract landscapes resembling canyons and mountain ranges. With a talent for creating in various styles meant to evoke emotion and dialogue, Kevin’s work reflects influences of minimalism, dystopianism, collage, abstraction, and macro photography.
For me, art is about much more than just making pretty things or having fun; it’s about making a statement. Art allows us to express and influence in ways that words cannot—photography, visual art, and music are all formidable instruments at our disposal in our collective quest to better The World. Visual arts are a potent way of communicating beyond language and reason. More often than not, art makes us feel, and those feelings can be very powerful.