El digital artist Steven Baltay stands out for its surreal and dynamic 3D creations.
Funny, absurd, hypnotic, surprising, grotesque, beautiful and familiar, undoubtedly has a simply fascinating job.
From the age of nine, Baltay became interested in animation, inspired by Knox's Korner. That was how he began to create with the intention of making his own characters and that little by little he was polishing his influences from street art, contemporary art and 3D.
Originally from New York but based in Seattle, his work has evolved into visceral short animations with organic rubber shapes, although he refuses to be pigeonholed in a technique or style, which is why he always seeks to reinvent himself.
Something interesting about his career is that he was one of the first to venture into YouTube, contributing originality to the video platform.
And it is that for Steven Baltay, his main objective is to make people feel something unforgettable, experimenting with more political and social ideas.
Using the golden for its aesthetic beauty and symbol of wealth, Baltay combines his creations with pastel colors, which gives it quite an interesting effect.
That is how mythological beings, pop culture characters, skulls or human heads They have this explosion of colors, which are made more attractive and striking by their movements.
As if it were plasticine, many of his characters overflow organic shapes through their eyes and mouth, which becomes totally amazing.
Steven Baltay who also has made its way into NFT art, has worked with several well-known artists and brands, such as Adobe, Beck, Bershka, Converse, Herno, Volvox Labs (Netflix) and Rose Pilkington (Ports 1961).
If you want to know more about Steven Baltay and his surreal world in 3D, Here we leave you his Instagram account, so you can take a look: