The Most Impressive Abstract 3D Images! Feel the Entity of the Abstract Art!


Abstract art is original and mysterious, individual and exciting. It goes from the artist’s soul overwhelmed with feelings and emotions and is realized in the most extraordinary objects. Abstract art allows to combine elements of any kind and unites the most diverse topics. It is one of the greatest means to express yourself and your mood. Very often it’s not clear what the artist tried to express, but don’t try in any way to understand what is depicted on the abstract picture. It only can be felt by your heart.

This blogpost is the collection of the most impressive abstract 3D images created by skillful artists. I’m sure it will be useful and inspiring for everybody who is related to art and computer graphics. So, feel the entity of the abstract art!

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Title: Thallasa
Author: Christos Magganas
Location: Athens, Greece
Software: 3Dmax, Photoshop
Portfolio here

Thallasa by Christos Magganas

Thallasa was created by a Greek 3D artist Christos Magganas. The area of his interests include image making, printmaking, communication design and of course arts. He finished Vacalo School in Greece where he studied mainly fine art, drawing and painting, history of art, graphic art and jewelry design. He has an HND degree in graphic design and applied arts.

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Title: Gas Mask
Author: Meats Meier
Location: United States of America
Software: Maya
Portfolio here

Gas Mask by Meats Meier

Meats Meier, the author of this amazing abstract 3D image Gas Mask, is a guru in the world of computer graphics with a great amount of awards. If you are interested to know more, you may read an exclusive interview with Meats Meier.

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Title: 3D Space Liana
Author: Gekko
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Abstract art goes from the artist’s soul. And if no one else understands it, the artist does. And that’s the main thing. This striking 3D image was created by Templates.com contributer, aka Gekko. View more 3D images here.

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Title: Dawn Of Balance
Author: Toni Bratincevic
Location: Croatia
Software:finalRender, Maya, Photoshop
Portfolio here

Dawn of Balance by Toni Bratincevic

This is an amazing 3D composition that combines modern elements, futuristic components, Chinese and Indian motives and a lot of other interesting things. And all this skilfully and harmoniously embodied in this work.

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Title: AKHNATON at zero
Author: Ayman Kamel
Location: Egypt
Software: 3D Studio MAX
Portfolio here

AKHNATON at zero by Ayman Kamel

This is a very professional and high quality work that really attracted me. I just couldn’t take my eyes off it. Especially I enjoyed the cosmic wind effect. This is a great integration of the history of Egypt and computer graphics.

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Title: Unique
Author: Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen
Location: Helsinki, Finland
Software: unknown
Portfolio here

Unique by Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen

This exciting image was created by a 26 years old graphic designer and illustrator – Olli-Pekka Jauhiainen. Olli-Pekka is currently living in Helsinki, Finland. He’s finishing his studies for the TAMK university of applied science, where he specializes in Digital Media. Olli-Pekka has experience mainly in print, illustration & website design/coding (HTML/CSS/PHP & Flash).

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Title: Frostbite
Author: Just-Blaze and 1ALPHA1
Location: United States
Software: unknown
Just-Blaze’s Portfolio
1ALPHA1’s Portfolio

Frostbite

The colors impressed me much. Frankly speaking, I have no idea what I’m looking at. But it’s a really great work!

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Title: Abstract 3D Graffiti
Author: Gekko
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This abstract 3D graffiti is a perfect composition of color and lines. It is simple in its nature, but serves a symbolic or decorative purpose. So, without being able to comprehend it, the only thing that is left is to enjoy its beauty. View more 3D images here.

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Title: Nail’s Revenge
Author: Patryk Habryn
Location: Poland
Software: Cinema 4D, Wings 3D
Portfolio here

Nail’s Revenge by Patryk Habryn

This 3D work was created especially for the XIII 3d Challenge at max3d.pl and won Grand Priz and Audience Award. That’s how the author describes the idea: “In refurbishment apartment, just renovated, workers leave all the equipment. Early morning nails and screws, form Phalanx to begin battle with bigger and much stronger tools. I set out to make picture with good lighting and straight composition.”

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Title: Bi – Sang
Author: Seung Ji Baek
Location: Korea (South)
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop
Portfolio here

Bi - Sang by Seung Ji Baek

This symbolic work is a perfect example of good creativity and high professionalism. This is the most original and freshest peice of work I’ve seen for the last time.

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Title: Frozen Throne
Author: Jeff Huang
Location: United States
Software: unknown
Portfolio here

FrozenThrone by Jeff Huang

The author of ‘Frozen Throne’ – Jeff Huang – artistically managed to create the cold atmosphere. Flashes of light makes this abstract image more dynamic and expressive.

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Title: Alien Potato Peeler
Author: Meats Meier
Location: United States of America
Software: Maya
Portfolio here

Alien Potato Peeler by Meats Meier

Here is another great work with original concept created by Meats Meier.

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Title: Marbles
Author: 1ALPHA1
Location: United States
Software: unknown
Portfolio here

Marbles by 1ALPHA1

‘Marbles’ is one of the original abstract 3D images that is hardly possible to comprehend. But the small glassy balls look so realistic!

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Title: Resonance
Author: Just-Blaze and Xtrah
Location: United States
Software: unknown
Just-Blaze’s Portfolio
Xtrah’s Portfolio

Resonance

The colors looks so vibrant. I like the mixture of blue. But what attracted me much is the highly noticeable contours of flowers.

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Title: Sun Hero
Author: Christos Magganas
Location: Athens, Greece
Software: 3Dmax, Photoshop
Portfolio here

Sun Hero by Christos Magganas

Another charming work of Christos Magganas. This image was created for ATI Technologies – one of the clients that he have worked for.

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Title: Digital Glue? Weird Substance?
Author: Maciej Frolow
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Software: LightWave 3D, Photoshop
Portfolio here

Digital Glue by Maciej Frolow

This impressive 3D images was created by a skillful Polish artist Maciej Frolow. He has a vast experince in CG: 2 years in a video broadcast studio, working on TV animations. 4 years in an advertising company, working in the multimedia department. Right now he is working as a freelance illustrator working for many different clients and agencies.

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Title: Digital Heaven
Author: Jeff Huang
Location: United States
Software: unknown
Portfolio here

Digital Heaven by Jeff Huang

‘Digital Heaven’ is a unique composition consisting of circles, lines, figures on the amazing sky-blue background. Isn’t it impressive?

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Title: Intensity
Author: Spesial-k
Location: Norway
Software: unknown
Portfolio here

Intensity by Spesial-k

This abstract 3D image called ‘Intensity’ impressed me much by its original color choice and flow. Orange being bright and catchy color is associated with energy and creativity.

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Title: Crowd – 8
Author: Marek Denko
Location: Slovakia
Software: 3ds max, Final Render

Crowd - 8 by Marek Denko

Inspired by works of Misha Gordin, Marek Denko created his amazing and powerful 3D image ‘Crowd-8′. He used one of Misha Gordin’s photographs and made a re-make in 3D. And here you can see the result.

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Title: Alien biomechanical shapes
Author: Maciej Frolow
Location: Wroclaw, Poland
Software: Modo, Photoshop
Portfolio here

Alien biomechanical shapes by Maciej Frolow

It’s something incomprehensible, odd and green :) , but very eye-catching. So, enjoy this extraordinary work of Maciej Frolow, 3D artist from Poland.

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Title: Crusade
Author: Richard Marchand
Location: Canada
Software: 3ds max, Photoshop, Poser
Portfolio here

Crusade by Richard Marchand

Richard Marchand made this while listening to Einsturzende Neubauten, their Strategies Against Architecture CDs. “Really powerful stuff, – he says – often intense yet dreamy mood, can be driven and abrasive too”.

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Title: Communicate
Author: Just-Blaze
Location: United States
Software: unknown
Portfolio here

Communicate by Just-Blaze

This splash of light resembles me a beautiful flowers that takes my breath away.

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Title: Life Elixier
Author: Peter Hofmann
Location: Germany
Software: Cinema4D R9.6
Portfolio here

Life Elixier by Peter Hofmann

As for me, this abstract 3D image produces a bit gloomy effect and evokes contradictory feelings. But I enjoyed it.

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Title: Light Hunter
Author: Adam Torczynski
Location: Poland
Software: 3D Studio Max 2.5
Portfolio here

Light Hunter by Adam Torczynski

‘Light Hunter’ is one of the brightest and сreatively advance technical works that conveys the original concept. The rich colors make this image more powerful, intense and gripping.

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  • http://yourmagnificentbeard.wordpress.com KC

    Great images, hate to break it to you though not all of them are abstract, some fine art, some altered still life, some abstract, all awesome. I would however, recommend that you take a minute to find out each of the relevant genres for each picture and label them with it. Doing so makes the experience more accurate and ejoyable for the reader. I’m sure you know how rare that is.

  • http://www.hdrpano.com Roelof

    It is not abstract, people seem to get confused about art-styles. The work is shown is not related to art in my opinion. Why is this posted as art? I do think the work is made in a technical useful way but the link to art is a bit to far from reality which is difficult enough. I don’t want to be to negative, the work looks fine, nice in the perspective as it is. It is image design 2008 without a statement and there is no continuity in style, presentation etc. it is just a very enthusiastic software user.
    Read a book about art before you post, the good news is that art is going in the drains because of these sites. We are all into art now because we have a machine called a computer and we can make anything we like and we can call it art.

  • http://paperstreetsupplies.com Kenneth Rougeau

    Gorgeous collection.

  • Rob

    This is absolutely art.

    ART: the expression or application of human creative skill and imagination, typically in a visual form such as painting or sculpture, producing works to be appreciated primarily for their beauty or emotional power.

    Step out of the 1800′s Roelof. Maybe that’s why you are so bitter…

  • David the Attorney

    BEAUTIFUL!

  • http://none.com Dude

    Rob is right. Roelof is an idiot. Roelof may actually be mentally retarded; some kind of savant who can form sentences and yet those sentences express nothing but ideas born in the kiln of retardation.

    But it isn’t abstract. A couple of the pieces are abstract. Most are surrealist. Whatever. It is still art.

    Suck that Roelof.

  • http://www.litorina.fhsk.se andrei

    Thanks for sharing the pictures! liked Frostbite most of all!

  • http://www.skinasanas.blogspot.com g

    I don’t claim to be able to define ‘art’…

    But I’m pretty sure most of these are remarkably ugly.

  • alexandre

    you know… most of them aren’t really what one may call “abstract”…

  • Mike

    Nothing impressive.

  • Jk

    I liked em’.
    Computers are great tools; they even have paintbrushes in them.
    Art is in the heart of the reader. I read “awesome!”

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    they are really great !!!

  • neocreationist

    Uh, yeah, most definitely ART! Great collection!

  • Carys

    @ G: art doesn’t have to be beautiful all the time. Art can be quite ugly and still be art. Whether done with a computer or with a stick of charcoal, it can be art.

  • eliza

    whether or not it is art isn’t for me to decide, but it is definitely not abstract. surrealist, maybe, fantasy art… but not abstraction…

  • Moby

    In reply to Roelof.. I think your getting confused, in the old days al they had as tools were brushes and paint. todays modern artits use tools that were no available years ago, yes they are made on a computer but the artist still has to have the imagination and skill to use the tools of today, don’t think for one minute that just because they are rendered on a computer it does not take a lot of talent and hard work, try it yourself before condeming a modern aproach to art. Brushes paint, computers, these are just tools an artist uses to produce whats in the imagination.

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  • http://www.hdrpano.com Roelof

    In my personal opinion art is a combination of talent, hard work and coincidence.
    I enjoy posting to some ‘art’ sites but I don’t do it a lot because themes as art, religion and ego’s always are very sensitive subjects to big headed people. I did my post (second from the top) because I knew there would be violent reactions. This are my experiments in life, where are the borders of human behavior, talks and feelings about silly things like art..

    I love the responses:
    According to Dude (an anonymous coward) I am a mentally retarded idiot savant sucker.
    According to Stace (another anonymous poster) I am a Nazi.
    According to Moby (another anonymous poster) I am confused about today’s modern techniques because they are made on a computer (really, I did not know that) and it does not take a lot of work or talent to do that sort of art, thanks Moby, I finally understand (after 20 years working on digital imaging) the just invented tools of today.

    This is wonderful, big headed anonymous posters who don’t leave their contact information is just proofing my point that the artistic world (whatever that is) has NO intellectual, moral or emotional value about art.

    Oh yes, I like the other comments, I will, however continue to post on silly unnecessary sites.

    It seems that a personal trick in computer software is called art but there are no references, just the the attitude: I AM A BIG ARTIST PLEASE UNDERSTAND.

    What a poor world we are living in.

  • http://happlepapple.com Michelangelo

    In what was is this not art? Rather than looking down your nose at everyone, why not give an explanation to your comment? Or are you just a worthless troll?

  • Doot

    Odd, when entering my info in here, it explicitly states that my information will not be posted roelly baby.
    This is art, it is a creative expression. If Michaelangelo were here today, odds are he would take a crack at computer aided art.
    Also: Successful Troll is Successful!

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  • http://www.opfa.org opfa

    enough of these f@ª¬° stupid lists. Everywhere its the same “250+ most top cool usefull stunning pictures ever”.