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The works of Tim Razumovsky, a 26-year-old Israeli artist, are always an incredible flight of imagination and impeccable execution. His Aurora Noir is one of the most famous projects in which the author combined Prohibition-era gangster style with bold science fiction. Razumovsky created a whole black city inhabited by amazing people and machines that live, love and die, break the law and simply do everyday things.
Aurora Noir is Tim Razumovsky’s first major project designed in a science fiction style. When looking at the digital images of this series, the viewer is not far from the sensation of cinematography, as if someone pressed pause and stopped the film. This effect was achieved through careful study of each scene, all of Tim’s characters look very natural and alive.
The aesthetics of Aurora Noir’s paintings are at their best: huge and gloomy, but incredibly beautiful buildings, unusual and fast cars, seductive women and stern men in suits and hats, and around them robots, amazing creatures made of metal.
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