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Pan’s Labyrinth, True Detective and the Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus by DZO

Pan’s Labyrinth, True Detective and the Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus by DZO

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Amazing inks and pens artworks by French artist DZO. This freelancer from the South of France pays gorgeous tributes to Pan’s Labyrinth, True Detective and the Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus.

Under the odd name of DZO (in capital letters) is Olivier, a self-taught artist and freelance designer from the South of France. Thanks to a family with an artistic affinity, the young Olivier graduated from the School of Fine Arts of Toulouse and begun a successful career in graphic design. But with the creation of the artistic counterpart that is DZO, the French artist wished to go deeper into his exploration of the “noosphere”, a philosophical concept about human thought. For DZO is more than your usual artist. His art, speaks to the old etchings and engravings of religious and occult manuscripts, flirts with alchemy, witchcraft and blasphemy. It is at the same time disturbing, haunting and stimulating. His intricate drawings, full of enigmatic detail, mix sensuality, darkness and mythology. The message beyond the lines are sibylline, surrounding the world of DZO with mystery and fascination. ” (via the artist’s Behance).

DZO Olivier - true detective WIP 2 DZO Olivier - true detective WIP DZO Olivier - True Detective

DZO Olivier - true detective WIP 3 DZO Olivier - Pan's Labyrinth WIP DZO Olivier - Pan's Labyrinth WIP 2 DZO Olivier - Pan's Labyrinth DZO Olivier - The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus WIP DZO Olivier - The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus WIP 3 DZO Olivier - The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus DZO Olivier - The Imaginarium of Doctor Parnassus WIP 2

Thomas Olivri

Thomas Olivri est le créateur de Geek-Art.net, le curateur du Geek-Art Store, et auteur de livres sur la pop culture et l'art inspiré par les cultures de l'imaginaire.Thomas Olivri is the funder of Geek-Art.net, curator of the Geek-Art Store, and the author of books dedicated to art and pop culture

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