"You stare deeply at the picture on your screen. In the static image, you see grit on the street illuminated in neon. You can imagine being there, beside the cyborg and under the gaze of her shining red eyes. The smirk on her face, and the shattered car behind her suggest a story far beyond what you see in this snapshot of time."

In this section, you will find cyberpunk art and photography inspired by the genre, or displaying the cyberpunk now.

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I was excited for this one. Very excited. And it’s hard to not be excited when peering into the beautiful cover of the second issue of L0WL1F3, with Luke Molver’s stunning artwork luring the reader in, hook, line, and sinker. A stunning depiction of a digitized native woman embedded with cords, jacks, and matrices. It […]

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A couple of interesting things were highlighted in “Downsizing” that tells us how the Incorporated future came about. It starts with Aaron/Ben watching his father jump off a building after giving him a speech about how things were before they became “climate refugees”, how he lost his job , house and how all these things […]

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Think about an artistic movement that praised the machine, technology, and speculated about the future: that saw in those the beginning of a new era, so to speak, the aesthetics of which would be colorful and neon. It sounds a lot like cyberpunk — doesn’t it? And it’s not entirely unusual to put both side by side, […]

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ReTech is an art project run by the artist Asher. All of Asher’s work is accomplished by reclaiming disused, antiquated technology to be repurposed as art. The motto “Ars Ex Machina” is printed on some of his works, and runs rampant through his various social media and web pages. It also describes his work wonderfully. […]

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Josan Gonzalez is an artist that has exploded onto the science fiction art scene. If you aren’t familiar with his name but are remotely involved with the cyberpunk community, then you’ve seen his art making the circuit. His imagery is inspired and tickles that “High Tech, Low Life” portion of your brain. The level of […]

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What’s that famous saying? “You wait forever for one cyberpunk-related daily sketch prompt to show up and then along come two at once!” Wait, that’s not it. Regardless, that’s exactly what has happened over at /r/SketchDaily. On March 8th they had ‘Neuromancer‘ as the theme and then the following day it was ‘Futuristic City’. There […]

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It probably appeared to some that DeviantPunk stopped almost as soon as it started. The truth is it only took a break. It’s back and with perhaps the best cyberpunk art Neon Dystopia has shared so far! If you’ve got a specific interest in concept art or science fiction art then you may have already […]

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Simon Heijdens - Shade
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Almost at home in William Gibsion’s Spook Country, visual artist Simon Heijdens has found a way to take technology and apply it to visual art in a novel way that’s spawning a new tangent of thought in the debate on the rapidity of technological development and the loss of our inherent nature as a biological […]

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Having your art described as “the closest thing to the visions I’ve experienced on DMT [Dimethyltryptamine]” is most probably a compliment. At the least, it suggests that a drug-induced hallucination is the only other place something like your art can be found. That’s a style that’s hard to find – and an opportunity Murray Furtado of art-for-hire firm Cognitive Dissidents found too […]

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