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The Bizarre Collective

In this post, we explore the strange, the bizarre, the unique character design of several artists.
Each of these entries were done by people chasing their own minds, poking, seeing what’s inside. The result is a mix of the sublime and the grotesque.
Let us embark together in this journey through the strange and embrace the weirdness that lies within.

Shepherds by Fırat Solhan
Shepherds by Fırat Solhan

Weird, twisted curves and domes for a head. This naturalist hero is ready to go to battle.

Swamps by Mac Drabik
Swamps by Mac Drabik

Swamp bog hag re-imagined. Still just as scary.

Dainasolider by ahmed rawi
Dainasolider by ahmed rawi

The soldier with the crocodile helm.

 Pirate4 by Julio Bencid
Pirate4 by Julio Bencid

We liked this piece so much, we added some lore to it.

Ilusionist by Shahab Alizadeh
Ilusionist by Shahab Alizadeh

Redefining “mystery” for the mystic mage.

Dragon Soul by Shahab Alizadeh
Dragon Soul by Shahab Alizadeh

A soul so fierce, you can see it.

Nhaanti by Alexander Nanitchkov
Nhaanti by Alexander Nanitchkov

An elegant and erudite Turkey.

No Jaw by Roger Perez
No Jaw by Roger Perez

No Jaw, no care.

The Angel Of Dead by Chema Mansilla
The Angel Of Dead by Chema Mansilla

A mask maid of pure void, this angel will take you to a place where people sleep forever.

The King In Yellow by Bastien Grivet
The King In Yellow by Bastien Grivet

Rounding up the collective, a King dressed in yellow oversees the march towards the Bizarre.

About the Author Arthur De Martino

The google wearing super hero know as "Wasp Eye Lad" has a secret identity: Arthur De Martino, a quiet Brazilian man who loves Digital Art a bit too much.

The Bizarre Collective
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