Brilliant Surreal Illustrations Reveal Bad Side Of Modern Society

Forgot password?

Delete Comment

Are you sure you want to delete this comment?

Brilliant Surreal Illustrations Reveal Bad Side Of Modern Society

The Polish artist is a passionate critic of a modern society.

Igor Morski graduated with honors from the Interior Architecture and Industrial Design Faculty at the State Higher School of Fine Art in Poznań (now the University of Arts). In the late 80’s and early ’90s, he worked for public broadcasting company Polish Television creating the set design for TV theatre, culture, and commentary shows. In the early 90’s the artist pursued a career in press illustration, working for leading Polish titles including „Wprost”, „Newsweek”, „Businessweek”, „Businessman Magazine”, „Manager Magazine”, „Charaktery”, „Psychologia dziś” or recently „Focus”. So far, he has created about 1000 illustrations. His work also regularly appears in international magazines (American „Deloitte Review”, Australian „Prevention”, „Money”, „ITB” and „Men’s Health”, “Women's Health, George). He is a winner of many prestigious awards including the Communication Arts Excellence Award (2008, 2010) and Applied Arts Award (2010).

Igor Morski is a co-owner of a graphic design studio Morski Studio Graficzne in his hometown. His advertising art has been commissioned by Saatchi & Saatchi Singapore, Saatchi & Saatchi Sydney, and Abelson Taylor among others.

Privately, he is a proud father of two daughters. He is interested in natural sciences in a broad sense, genetics, cosmology and theoretical physics.

With his thought-provoking illustration series “System Failure”, Igor Morski analyses topics like greed and the cult of beauty, along with the crisis of economic and social values. Just be warned that the author doesn’t mind graphic imagery. Polish graphic designer, illustrator and set designer. Presently, he focuses on mixed media graphic art, based manly on photo manipulation, drawing, recently also 3D.

Photo artist Igor has a slightly different view of the world, and he invites you to share this view with his surreal illustrations.

Source: boredpanda .

More info, inquiry, and follow:  igor morski .

Check them out below!

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

Image credits: igor morski

All images source and credits: Igor Morski

Like
Comment
Loading comments