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The Art of David O’Meara

David O’Meara is an artist based in London, who work primarily in digital.

In terms of my digital work, I enjoy creating scenes that bring about a sense of foreign nostalgia. Places you know you’ve never been but feel like you have. The atmosphere plays an important role in creating this, so it’s always been a priority. I try to create pieces that are ‘moody’ and emotive. Using exaggerated colors with bold contrast to do so. A lot of my scenes are portrayed at dawn or dusk, without necessarily specifying which one. Some might see it as an ending where others might see it as the beginning. I like leaving them open to absorb as many narratives as they can. I set the scene, it’s up to others to fill it. Things are always more interesting that way. H/T


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