Saturday, June 25, 2011

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Fomenko’s imagery was adapted into a thirty minute animation titled “Перевал / Passage”  directed by V. Tarasov in 1988.







The best online exhibit of Fomenko's work that I've been able to find resides at previously mentioned artist Andy Paciorek's Art Of The Beautiful Grotesque. The posts on Fomenko were curated by another amazing artist, Denis Forkas Kostromitin.

Article with Fomenko including an assortment of his artworks can be viewed here.

See more Fomenko art here.

A large assortment of Fomenko drawings, unfortunately low resolution, can be found here.

Details on the life and work of Anatoly Fomenko can be read at his Wikipedia page.

Anatoly Fomenko was previously mentioned here.

5 comments:

choice passages said...

Terrain of planet of man of mind... the transition from inanimate to animate (and how much we humans are still inanimate and brute, gullible and vain) jumps out of these. Thanks for posting.

Chad Verrill said...

Unbelievable. very strange. I don't even know how someone cold imagine this scales and these blurred concepts. they are like the dreams of a god.

Jacqueline Jeannette said...

Gorgeous. Dali meets MC Escher.

Anonymous said...

Not usually my type of style, but I'm glad I gave it a chance -- these are breathtaking. The sense of scale and of time...like a futuristic Beksinski. Thanks for sharing.

Montgomery Slatkin said...

fucking crazy.