The Surreal Architecture of Zdzisław Beksiński Turned into an Infinite Journey #SciFiSunday
The work of Zdzisław Beksiński’s most popular period delves into the darkest regions of the fantastic. Now Glenn Marshall Neural Art has created “An infinite zoom through the surreal art of painter Beksinski. Made using AI Text to Image synthesis combined with a technique for infinite zooming.”
Here’s more on Zdzisław Beksiński from Culture.Pl:
Beksiński paid little or no attention to trends in art – he had no intention of becoming a favourite of the critics. Instead he remained faithful to his dreams and obsessions, which in the end won him great popularity. In the 1960s, he created a number of sadomasochistic drawings. From the end of the 1960s to the mid-1980s, he began working on his most famous period – his ‘fantastic’ series. The predominant themes in these oneiric works are hellish landscapes depicting disturbing nightmarish figures and grim unearthly architecture. These made him a household name in Poland and brought him recognition abroad.
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