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Our Gallery: So Close to Reality

14 Sep

Today, we are proud to present Waldemar Kazak, an illustrator from Tver, Russia. Mr. Kazak is very active in the media. There are just a few dieselpunk-related works in his portfolio, but quantity doesn’t really matter: Mr. Kazak is a house name in the diesel crowd and his art is appreciated by the dieselheads all over the globe. Here are some paintings, in chronological order – from 2008, when his DeviantArt gallery was discovered by dieselpunk community, through 2012.

Monster House by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Monster House by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Dystopian dieselpunk can be fun. It is possible to turn horror into a cartoon. And humor can provoke serious thoughts without being too weird or too bitter.

School of Robots by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

School of Robots by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Angriff by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Angriff by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Flyer and skeletons by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Flyer and Skeletons by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Broken Frame by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Broken Frame by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Go South by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Go South by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Sky Battle by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Sky Battle by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Old Factory by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Old Factory by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

U-Bahn 2 by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

U-Bahn 2 by Waldemar Kazak (2008)

Last Route by Waldemar Kazak (2009)

Last Route by Waldemar Kazak (2009)

Captain Franky by Waldemar Kazak (2009)

Captain Franky by Waldemar Kazak (2009)

Bad Moon by Waldemar Kazak (2011)

Bad Moon by Waldemar Kazak (2011)

Aircar by Waldemar Kazak (2011)

Aircar by Waldemar Kazak (2011)

Writers and Proof-Reader by Waldemar Kazak (2012)

Writers and Proof-Reader by Waldemar Kazak (2012)

Author’s WebsiteAuthor’s BlogAuthor’s DeviantArt Gallery

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2 Comments

Posted by on September 14, 2012 in art, community, dieselpunk, machines

 

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2 responses to “Our Gallery: So Close to Reality

  1. Pablo1965

    September 17, 2012 at 9:56 pm

    Excellent work, with exquisite taste, and possessing more pleasant nostalgia. I love it.

     
  2. T. vonKramer

    March 29, 2013 at 7:41 am

    This is gorgeous, gorgeous work!

     

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