My piece for the Legend of the Yokai campaign for the new movie.
Check out the rest of the pieces right here, some awesome art in there!!
Here’s the piece I made for the Fifth Element Art book! So excited to have been a part of this, there’s a lot of great work! Check here for updates on when the book will be available and much more information on the project.
My piece for Daniel Krall’s “Seance, Mystery, and the Occult,” show that opens today at the Maryland Institute College of Art. I haven’t read Dracula in a number of years, but I always loved the weirdo description of him that never quite translated to film. Pointed teeth, long white mustache, hairy palms. Just the best.
Graveyard shift (C) Daryl Toh Liem Zhan 2014.
Lot’s of work to be done, but at least he has some company.
If the Scientist were here, he would have told Nameless that this was a window, and windows, unlike Gates, were not made for safe passage.
The Scientist was not here.
I recently created the cover for the September issue of Jacob Sanders’ ‘Zaftig’ zine! Each issue is based on a simple one word theme and he gives the participating artists complete creative freedom to imagine that theme in any way they see fit. This month the word was ‘Breakfast.’ Thanks again Jacob, I had a lot of fun with this!
You can read this issue and browse previous issues here. Be sure to check out all of the other artist’s great contributions!
(sorry it took me forever to find time for personal art but here it is!) I loved the idea of the king of monsters being this ancient force of nature capable of destruction and peace.
I was asked to create a .gif of a house interior during an earthquake. The article chronicles the controversial aftermath of the devastating quake that happened in L’Aquila, Italy in 2009. I wanted to capture the movement of the “tremors” before the full-on earthquake, although this tremor is infinite, never resolving.
This image and the all the animation was made in Photoshop. thanks AD Erich Nagler!
From a school project
left-handed: wolf in the woods. ballpoint pen, photoshop.
My right wrist has been in bad bad shape lately, so I’m back to working with my non-dominant hand until I finish a couple rounds with doctors. Yesterday my personal challenge was fine detail x Ivan Bilibin.
Jason Latour: “A better look at the promo image for John Arcudi and James Harren’s RUMBLE. Coloring James was a lot of fun. I won’t be coloring the book, I just pitched in for fun. Hope I did him justice.”
Joan of Arc by Albert Lynch (1851-1912)
engraving from Figaro Illustre magazine, 1903