"I want to bring a smile to your face, sometimes with references to pop culture, oddities, sensuality, horror, or just plain silliness. The detailed approach comes from a background in digital illustration, and I'd like to think it creates a sense of familiarity--something that forces the viewer to put themselves in these worlds. I'm not comfortable with genre labels; 'Daydreams' is the only word I've liked so far, since most of the art is born from them.
All digital pieces start as pencil sketches and evolve from there with the help of magic pixies living inside my computer. The high-quality archival prints are limited runs on matte paper, signed and numbered. Canvas prints can be made to order.
The acrylic works are available for print as well."
Artist Dylan Marvin's life is a list of non sequiturs. After growingup in Iowa, Maryland, and Florida, he studied music performance and composition in college, traveled abroad, worked at sea, jumped from planes, studied ikebana, made commercials and websites, fell in love with photography, and landed in St. Pete to play music again and create art, his very first love.
His goal is to draw from his range of interest and add a little absurdity to the world. Dylan is currently procrastinating with several projects.
You can visit his website at dylanmarvin.com.