Daniel Maczynski is a Poland-based artist.
His paintings are characterised by the use of bold forms, and conceptual distinctiveness. The works consist primarily of surreal landscapes and figures.
The pieces also feature a certain detachment between the emotions conveyed, and the figures depicted within. The reduction of the human form to almost-machine like in appearance is in stark contrast to the bold, emotive colours.
To me, the clutter throughout the clashing colours and shapes symbolise the unfiltered stream of thoughts going on inside the creative brain at all times, and how it can come to feel all-consuming, or even overpowering. Your work becomes you.
Check out more of Daniel’s work here.