Polish visual architect, artist and set originator. By and by, he concentrates on blended media realistic craftsmanship, construct masculine in light of photograph control, drawing, as of late additionally 3D (Controversial Illustrations).
Polish artist, illustrator, and co-proprietor of Morski Studio Graficzne Igor Morski makes dreamlike pictures instilled with shrouded meaning (Controversial Illustrations). He graduated with distinction from the Interior Architecture and Industrial Design Faculty at the State Higher School of Fine Art in Poznań, and worked for open telecom in the 90s, preceding at last seeking after a vocation in press representation. Morski opened his own studio in 1995.
“Sometimes I used to use popular symbols, such as Pinocchio’s long nose,” Morski revealed to Bored Panda. “Be that as it may, most every now and again I have attempted to brainstorm my own images. For instance, [my piece] “innovative prehistoric studies” is about the commercialisation of archaic exploration. There, I delineate a divided human head loaded with the sand with an adapted figure of Indiana Jones, the excavator, at the top. The imagery turns out to be clear. From one perspective, you have the head loaded with the sand, on the other, the figure diving in it.”