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Today I am happy to introduce you all to one of my own personal favourite artists that creates stunning surreal and space art like no other; the insanely talented Liam Pannier.
Just a heads up before we start, if you came here looking for amazing astronaut art, be sure to also check out our article about our top 5 tips how to style your home with stunning astronaut art
Okay, let’s dig in!
Liam Pannier is an artist that creates beautiful illustrations of otherworldy imagery. Based out of Saint-Pierre France, Liam combines scenes with intergalactic themes that explore “brilliantly formed planets, tripping through the zero-gravity realm with transcendental style.”
Pannier is a vividly creative designer as he captures the most fantastical atmospheres in interstellar life.
In his distinct style we can find scenes with astronauts braving the intergalactic infinite, exploring brilliantly formed planets, tripping through the zero-gravity realm with a unique characteristics thats truly shows this is a work from Liam.
(Pssst… make sure to dig into my article about the top 5 reasons why space art is the best interior design choice for you home)
There is something explicitly spiritual about these images, a wide array of emotion fills you through the scenes, starting with the coloring and the chosen components and how they’re cleverly interacts with each other.
In a way, you could say his images bring humanity a step closer to possibly fathoming the possibilities of what lies beyond the skies above the earth.
His body of work can be universally encountered, truly timeless. So make sure you grab his latest release in Art for Causes for The Non-Violence Project before it sells out, only 500 pieces ever released at this never before-seen-price!
Click here to grab your copy!
PS! Make sure you check out our article of 5 ways to style your home with stunning sci-fi wall art
Until next time, stay kind /