| Support my work if ya like, and request -anything- in my gallery for pretty damn good sized prints on my society6 page! ^_^ |
The reason I ask is because it's a pain going back into my photoshop, going through my folders of 500+ digital pieces and taking out my logo, blowing it up and posting it to sell.. especially if nobody's looking. ;_;
Once I know which piece/pieces you want, I'll slap it on my society6 page where -THEY- supply putting my image on big frames, merch, phone cases, rugs, coffee mugs.. It's actually pretty fuckin rad o_o..
Just let me know. :3 I would love nothing more than to see anyting I made hanging on your wall, or on your phone/laptop bla bla. I also get a little royalty for the prints you purchase ;_; Been broke as shit lately after my last job closed. :\ ... Haha. I appreciate every pair of eyes that take the time looking at my work. And I love my watchers and commenters. <333
My name is Frank. I'm 23 and I live in New York.|
I'm a starving artist who chases storms and studies them. I've known about DeviantArt since my 6th grade  when a couple other friends would draw and submit. So here I am! I hope you enjoy my content. I sacrifice much of my time on my work- don't be overwhelmed by all that there is to see and read.
The illustration of the things, shapes, and beings I encounter during sleep via photoshop is called "digital scrying". My work gives my viewers a chance to look inside of my clinical depression, lucid dreams and my brain's imagery to sample a taste of what tortures my mind, how I view the world and how my creations reflect my mental health. Medication I enjoy taking from time to time plays a huge role in my digital art as well; I want to stress that not only is my REM sleep project composed of lucid dreams, but also states of mind on valium, klonopin, adderall, xanax, cannabis... the substances that either calm my severely depressed tendencies or motivate me to be creative. Don't get me wrong, i'd be lucky if I can get two alprazolam sticks a month, lol. I'm an abuser of nothing. Sometimes drinking and drawing can lead to interesting places, too.
You can also follow my bullshit restrained 1024x1024 resolution photography if ya want on my insta, :>
What does art mean to you?
Once your eyes meet the work of an artist, you have entered their realm of imagination and vision. The artist will encapsulate a message, or a presentation that human language should become challenged to unravel and make sense out of. Art unites us; it dissolves the boundaries between us and empowers us, making us a collectivity. It's a universal language and a tool to let people see through your eyes. The artist depicts every ounce of their pain, psychedelic experiences, visions, or personal feelings onto their canvas, leaving the viewer to take in its moment of completion. Art is therapy for those who create and view, also a form of powerful self-expression that should forever be open to interpretation.
Frankeh's Visual Dream Journal
Frankeh's Digital Art
With that being said, welcome to my channel!
Take your shoes off, stay a while.