A selection of digital work by illustrator Max Guther based in Mainz, Germany. See more images below.
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wow, heck ya… these are amazingly vapory
haha i dont know what that means but i like them too
You do—my wordisms aren’t the most communicative sometimes… “Vaporwavesque” was my intention behind “vapory”—Guther said he pulls inspiration from his childhood to visually represent his perspectives on the creative process. He doesn’t blatant employ reappropriation in his pieces like vaporwave, but I think he does draw the same parallels with this aesthetic of hyperreality; especially concerning the ‘dredging-up’ of his own personal formative imagery.
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