Albert Bonnefous a.k.a LOBO has been working in the Special Effects Industry for about 20 years as Visual Effects Supervisor, Art Director amd Technical Director in movies such as Contact (1997), Avatar (2009 and Tintin (2011)
As a multi award winning digital artist (Siggraph, Imagina...) his extensive technical knowledge combined with his artistic skills (Best Illustrator of the year 1998 by Life magazine) make the perfect mix to produce a realistic imagery of parallel worlds.
The concept of this series is quite simple:
What would the world have looked like if technology had been different, if Thomas Edison died young or if Etienne Lenior invented superconductivity instead of the combustion engine?
Using historical material, digital painting and a pinch of 3D, Lobo explores what would have been our memories...
These prints are a Limited Edition of 150 and are printed on archival quality Hahnemuhle Rag Pearl 320gsm 100% cotton paper.