The Incredible Digital Art of Michael Oswald


In this article we will be featuring the work of Michael Oswald. Oswald is a digital artist with a unique style. His technique involves a combination of photo manipulation and digital painting techniques and the results are often stunning. Let's take a look!

Tinker Toy

Timeless Beauty

Under My Skin

Bonsai - Tree of Life


Skin Deep


AmalgaMATE 2

AmalgaMATE 3

AmalgaMATE 4

AmalgaMATE 4.5

AmalgaMATE 6

Crocodile Tears

MichaelO's Donna


Gold Rush

Trophy Wife

Play Thing

Soul Searching

We Did It

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