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Featured Artist: David Fuhrer

Featured Artist: David Fuhrer

Today we feature the work of David Fuhrer, who happens to be one of my favorite all time digital artists. If I had to sum up David’s work in a single word it would be – imagination. His work ranges from vast space scenes to surreal, abstract compositions.

David is well known in the community for his superb digital painting skills. He invents some truly original, visually impressive compositions and then paints with a delicate attention to detail. Several themes run through his work such as space, our world, surrealism, mortality/energy and architecture.

I could honestly talk about his work all day, as it’s been a tremendous influence for me personally. However, I encourage you to check out his work below, and explore his Behance page and portfolio.

Heart Shaped Box

Red Apple

Still Life (Digital Painting)

Black Death

Space Scenes

Blue Moon

Drug Free Zone

The Homeworld

Metal Heart




Artig II

Where to Find David Fuhrer on the Web:

If you’d like to explore more of David Fuhrer’s work then you can check out his various online hangouts:

About the Author:

Tom is the founder of PSDFAN. He loves writing tutorials, learning more about design and interacting with the community. On a more interesting note he can also play guitar hero drunk with his teeth.

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  1. wpmaster says:

    Great artist. Most of all I like Blue Moon, it’s really awesome.

  2. steph says:

    Some really beautiful and intricate work here and the type of artwork that makes me think wow! They should be displayed not at that size as they don’t do them justice. I think they need to be blown up so you can see all the effort put into them. I really like Artig II for the typography and Red Apple.

  3. Eric Vasquez says:

    Truly astonishing designs! I really love the ‘Still Life Digital Painting’ and ‘Heart Shaped Box’ but these are some incredible works. If you go to his Behance page you can see some closeups of each of these pieces. Awesome works.

  4. ricardofx says:

    no words to describe D>Fuhrer´s

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