©2020 ALBERT CHESSA

Artists With Distinctive Styles

These are artists whose works I can identify instantly.


When the inevitable Internet Blackout occurs, 2D and 3D visual art - as it has always been - will be the easiest way for humans to create.


In common among them is that their art serves other art, be it film or interactive works. This art, definitionally more generous (as it stands on it’s own yet serves further), is too often criminally perceived as lesser, non-classical art.

I believe the exact opposite is true:


So-called ‘Pure/Fine Art’ is definitionally less impactful, universal and multifaceted.

This powerful pantheon is as follows:


Eyvind Earle

Kilian Eng

Vania Zouravliov

Christopher Shy

Arik Roper

Dan Mumford

Dan McPharlin

Jean Giraud

James Gurney

Denis Forkas

Crash McCreery

Paul Dainton

Karl Kopinski

Akihiko Yoshida

Yoji Shinkawa

Tetsuya Nomura

Frank Frazetta

Roger Dean

Zbigniew M. Bielak

Yoshitaka Amano

Mike Mignola

Marald Van Haasteren

Maarten Donders

Alex Grey

Alan Brown

John Dyer Baizley

Richey Beckett

Paul Romano

Warren Davis

Jeff Jordan

Mona Robles

Alan Lee

Brian Froud

R.J. Palmer

Wayne Barlowe

Nick Keller

Allen Williams

John Howe

Ellen Jewett

Piotr Jablonski

Timofey Stepanov

Yoann Lossell

Mario Duplantier

Caitlin Hackett

Lauren Marx

William Blake

Vance Kovacs

Agostino Arrivabene

Nicola Samori

Timo Ketola

Rafael Grassetti

Katsuya Terada

Mario Chiodo

Kris Kuksi