Born in Poland, grew up in Athens Greece and finally moving to England, Adam (has been featured again on Design Stories) creates 3d enviroments that resemble sculptures or installations. His work ranges form photorealism to surreal and abstract. Human figures in front of strange buildings, huge faces in pieces, abstract lines in space and couples made of wire kissing are some of the themes he uses. Laika Yaz from artistablog.com comments about his work:
“Adam’s work feels trapped full of pain–and beautifully so–but what’s remarkable about it is how close to real it feels. Upon first glance you might not suspect that these works are not photographs of actual, physical objects. The way he manipulates light and texture is so realist that it makes the surrealism of the work itself stand out all the more. Unlike earlier work in the genre, you can’t see the marks of computer generation. All you have is the image and the knowledge that it was never really there.”
He has won 3 international competitions and several other awards.
Here is a small taste of his work, more you can find @ http://adamakis.blogspot.com/