Looking for visual inspiration? Look no further than the Depthcore Collective. With over 40 exhibitions dating back as far as June 2002, this group of accomplished artists of all mediums has been churning out digital art of the highest quality for nearly ten years. In today’s article we will be featuring some of this art here for you all to enjoy.
“We've all been together for so long, through so many things together it feels like a family. Progressing through life together, from amateur enthusiasts to students to full time professionals, we've all been able to share and grow through the collective.” Justin Maller
How Depthcore is set apart from other collectives.
Our collectives' long history and tight knit member environment combine to give us a sense of enduring purpose; we've all been together for so long, through so many things together it feels like a family. Progressing through life together, from amateur enthusiasts to students to full time professionals, we've all been able to share and grow through the collective. Whilst our talent and visual production are what we are most renowned for, it is our unity and genuine trust and affection for each other that will see us outlast all others; nine years and still going strong, Depthcore is evolving with it's members.
What are the most important goals this collective is trying to achieve?
We always strive to set new benchmarks in quality and originality when we release chapters,
endeavoring to produce new artwork in fresh, modern styles. Our new objective is to stay relevant as a collective with a membership comprised of freelancers and studio professionals; adapting to become an interesting and viable entity in a new environment is a large goal that we are trying to achieve by creating several new facets to our enterprise whilst overhauling and renovating the existing core.
Id like to give a special thanks once again to Richard Roberts and Justin Maller; for helping me put together this look at Depthcore. Make sure to stay up to date with Depthcore by following them on Twitter for constant site and artist updates.
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