Abstract Art Tapestry. #Art

Creature

I am a big fan of sci-fi, or cryptozoological creatures, such as Big Foot, Lochness Monster, Jersey Devil, to name a few well-known ones. This unique abstract collage, “Creature” is inspired by my fascination with these strange Crypto Creature’s.

I created him using my one-of-a-kind process, in the Figma platform, primarily manipulating their photo filters and screens.

I started with this original Chalk Pastel and Black Ink Drawing I made and then imported him into the Figma platform to create the collage.

Pastel, Chalk, Paper, Art, Abstract

It is now available in this cool wall tapestry, as well as other wall decor items and art prints.

Check him out here in my Art Shop.

Art Credit- ©Jay Mora-Shihadeh

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