21.12.11 by Jeff

Kilian Eng

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng illustration
Wonderfully surreal works by Kilian Eng. Stockholm, Sweden.

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng illustration

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng illustration

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng illustration

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng illustration

Artist illustrator Kilian Eng illustration

Portfolio: behance.net/KilianEng

Blog: dwdesign.tumblr.com

Interview: sci-fi-o-rama













Jeff
Jeff Hamada is the Founder and Editor of Booooooom. He lives and works in Vancouver.



  • Looks exactly like moebius…

    • Wesley Snipes

      It doesn’t look EXACTLY like Moebius. Yeah, he’s got the surreal imagery, ligne claire, and gradients, but Kilian’s making those things his own. And let’s be honest- don’t we all try to imitate our favorite artists?

  • Atom

    Incredible artwork! Very refreshing to see a contemporary artist influenced by french 70.s sci-fi and ligne claire, yet presenting soemthing new.

  • Toby

    you posted stuff from this guy before right? Either way, I love it. Such a nice style.

  • TOP 5 EVER/FOREVER, THIS SHIT SPEAKS TO ME

  • Fantastic. Very graphic, but with some very painterly marks. Love these.

  • la vache

    Just love it ! beautiful world !
    Anyone know how he makes his colour ^^?

    Sorry i’m too bad in english !





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