Artist Showcase: Márcio Martins
Published in May. 2014 (Issue 20) | 164 words
Márcio Martins is a photographer and digital illustrator living on the south coast of Portugal. His work has been featured at juxtapoz.com and streetanatomy.com. Find him on Behance.
How did you get started in the arts?
It was about six years ago when I started checking some online forums about digital art. They had some tutorials and I got Photoshop and just started.
What influences your work?
Electronic music. My feelings.
Do you have a life philosophy?
I just live day by day without thinking much about the future.
If you weren’t doing this, what would you be doing?
Something related to computers or music production.
What work do you crave to do?
Working with some of the most popular brands in the world.
Enjoyed this article? Consider supporting us via one of the following methods:
Originally hailing from Northern California, Julia Sevin is a transplant flourishing in the fecund delta silts of New Orleans. Together with husband R.J. Sevin, she owns and edits Creeping Hemlock Press, specializing in limited special editions of genre literature and, most recently, zombie novels. She is an autodidact pixelpusher who spends her days as the art director for a print brokerage designing branding and print pieces for assorted political bigwigs, which makes her feel like an accomplice in the calculated plunder of America. Under the cover of darkness (like Batman in more ways than she can enumerate), she redeems herself through pro bono design, sordid illustration, and baking the world’s best pies. She is available for contract design/illustration including book layouts and websites. See more of her work at juliasevin.com or follow her at facebook.com/juliasevindesign.