The Science Fiction Visions of Alex Nice #SciFiSunday
Science fiction can be as hard as Asimov and as soft as Bradbury. Sometimes science fiction is a bright as Foglio and as dark as Geiger. When it comes to the work of artist Alex Nice, hard and soft and dark and bright live together in one unified vision. His work seems to create a future universe as complicated as the one we live in now. Here’s more from this-is-cool:
The exquisite sci-fi themed concept artworks of Alex Nice, a freelance Concept Artist and Art Director based in Los Angeles, United States. Movie projects he’s worked on include, Black Adam, Obi-Wan Kenobi, Venom: The There Be Carnage, Snowpiercer, Underwater, Sin City, Tron Legacy, and Pacific Rim. For more of his amazing artworks please check out www.alexnice.com and his artist page on ArtStation.
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