Aug 20, 2013

The Art Of Cellar FCP

Hong Kong based illustrator Cellar FCP (馮展鵬) fits the bill as one of many artists walking an interesting line in between western and eastern influences, recombining them into something altogether new while occasionally straying more in one way or the other with his at times fantastical, at times risqué pieces.

With a laundry list of contemporary and modern influences, including artists like Manet, Degas, Klimt, Toulouse Lautrec mixed with more modern artists like Hioraki Samura (Blade of the Immortal), Tsutomu Nihei (Blame!) and Yukito Kishiro (Battle Angel Alita), you can literally see where the bits and pieces of influence came from to assemble his own distinct style, which I tend to refer as a 'Eurasian' hybrid, especially prevalent with Korean artists. Check out more of FCP's awesome work after the break. A minor warning for some partial, albeit tasteful nudity.

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