#Art of Science Fiction 005: Kuldar Leement

Today I’m showcasing an artist with a dramatically unique style. I would like to introduce Kuldar Leement. He is a popular digital illustrator and graphic designer based out of Estonia.

His style reminds me of the precision lines and bold colors used in the eighties. In fact, his work, in general, is akin to the art you’d find on album covers of electronic dance anthologies during this era.

I’ve linked each image below with the artist’s gallery on Deviant Art and Facebook where you’ll find a host of other paintings not featured here. Enjoy!






Long-haired silver star


Lost keys





I suspect by now you agree with my sentiments above. Kuldar is indeed a remarkable artist and I can understand his popularity. Let me know in the comments what you thought of his work and if you have any science fiction artists you want me to feature, drop me a line below.


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A mini-kōsalogy of flash fiction stories

Featuring PK Tyler, Woelf Dietrich, Jessica West, and M. J. Kelley

Their home world is gone, their planet cut from existence. They traveled eons searching for a new home. But their new home, Earth, was already taken. From quiet stories of longing and love to tales of tragic nuclear war and brutal inter-species conflict, these narratives portray sometimes startling snapshots of a new universe with the intensity and delicacy that only flash fiction can convey. Each author's unique stories enrich the shared, singular vision of a science fiction saga that is just beginning.

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Woelf Dietrich

Woelf Dietrich mostly writes tales of dark fantasy and the supernatural, which is maybe not such a far cry from his lawyering days. Sometimes he writes other things. He resides in New Zealand with his wife and kids and a dog.

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