"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.

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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James Beyer city photography
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[block_grid type=”two-up”][block_grid_item] [/block_grid_item][block_grid_item] [/block_grid_item][/block_grid] Some photographers don’t even know that there will be fans of cyberpunk out there appreciating their work as pieces of cyberpunk art.  I reckon James Beyer is one of them as his city photography is something to appreciate. James is a bit of an enigma, really.  Searching the web, there’s very […]

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Andree Wallin art
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It’s time for some more cyberpunk art from the depths of DeviantArt’s galleries, so power up your cyber-optic enhancements (put on your spectacles) and catch a load of this! If you thought that DeviantArt was solely for aspiring artists then you’d be off the mark.  One example can prove that it’s a place for professionals, […]

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Linda Wisdom flare photo
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This week in City@Night we’re mixing things up a bit.  You won’t find any bright neon lights or over-saturated shots of vehicle lights in city streets that make it look like a circuit board.  No, not this week. The city photography on show this week goes hard on the noir aspect of the Cyberpunk aesthetic.  Linda Wisdom […]

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Trey Ratcliff cyberpunk city photo
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How was your trip to Kowloon?  Did you enjoy it?  Good. This week with City@Night we have the cyberpunk city photography of Trey Ratcliff, “a warm-hearted, old-school gentleman explorer with really cool toys.”  He’s a big fan of HDR (High-Dynamic-Range) photography to bring out those saturated colours and he’s certainly travelled the world; from just looking at […]

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With news about the new Deus Ex: Universe starting to pick up and the original Deus Ex: Human Revolution team at Eidos-Montreal now working on the next game, it seems a good time to get everyone up-to-date on the history of the franchise.  After all, we’re getting to nearly 15 years after the release of the first Deus Ex game […]

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Welcome to the first DeviantPunk spotlight! Each week we’ll be looking at a new artist or illustrator who creates Cyberpunk art and posts it on DeviantArt, “the world’s largest online social community for artists and art enthusiasts.” This week we have Jonas De Ro, a Belgian/Portugese concept artist and Photoshop ninja currently working for Wizards of the Coast in London, […]

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Kowloon Walled City - Greg Girard photo
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  Chances are you’ve heard of the Kowloon Walled City.  You’ve probably seen photos of it, too.  Some of those photos may have been from one of its most renowned Western photographers, Greg Girard. The Walled City was located in Hong Kong, built hundreds of years ago.  Throughout its long history it changed hands between […]

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