This week I have chosen to do an instalment on dark art. There are many forms of dark art, digital, movies, books, painting, poetry, and on the list will go. There are as many ways to make dark art as there are art forms. As one of my favorite forms of art, as you get to see a different side of people, I do know it isn’t everyone’s cup of tea. But if you love it as much as I do, comment and give me a name of an artist you would like to see this week that specialize in the dark arts. Today’s post information came from http://www.cromoart.de/wordpress/2011/04/external-design-inspiration-digital-dark-art-by-lady-symphonia/ If you go to the page and go down to the bottom you can get some grat photo editing advice and other dark artist they have.
Nathalia Suellen is a digital dark artist, born and raised in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. She discovered her passion for digital art and photography in 2008 and since then she has began her journey as a self taught artist, mainly focused on macabre and dark imagery. At only nineteen, she started her own business, Lady Symphonia Digital Art and consequently, taking her first clients which allowed her to improve and challenge herself. Her strange and emotional dark vision drew attention from a great public of artists, photographers, clients and admirers worldwide.
Nathalia’s artworks portray a dreamlike world with use of enchanting lighting and dark elements, always capturing the most intense and dramatic part of a story. Her style is characterized by the use of fairytale elements, victorian era, backlight, bokeh, damask, foggy environments and dark forests. Nathalia’s client list consists of many bands, publishers, photographers and artists in general. Including Random House, PenguinGroup, Simon&Schuster, Mccann Erickson and others.