DxM Series

DxM (a.k.a. “Deus Ex Machina”) is a series of artworks first started in 2015.

The concept behind Deus Ex Machina begins at the seed of creation and life force that exists in all matter – animate or inanimate. It points towards the eternal question: do machines have souls? And if everything is made of atoms and energy, doesn’t it mean that man, machine and nature are all connected to the infinite source of consciousness?

By combining digital art techniques with “analog” mediums like acrylics or watercolors; and by unifying organic textures with robotic sci-fi models, the artworks establish a delicate balance between the two worlds – consciousness and machine, just as the title itself suggests.

Deus Ex Machina II – This artwork was published as a wallpaper as part of 2015’s Desktopography 10th Anniversary. Go download it at desktopography.net and help spread the word.

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Deus Ex Machina III – also used as an album cover for an electronic music act.

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Deus Ex Machina I

The first artwork of the “Deus Ex Machina” Series. January 2015.

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Author: klangwelt

Hey there, I’m Andreea Kay (aka Klangwelt)! I’m a Creative Director and Visual Designer creating outstanding branding identities – from scratch! – for luxury, lifestyle, fashion and culture brands. I’m passionate about all things art and design. I’m also a fashion and style blogger: Style Unsettled. Follow my adventures!