The advancements of visual art have opened the floodgates to many experimental ventures in order to reach new heights. Liam Pitchford, based in London, has certainly triumphed in doing so with his impressive microscopic attention to detail, evident in his extensive body of work. The images and motion graphics he has procured display an advanced stratification in depth, bestowing upon them a life all their own. Some paramount examples include Pitchford’s “Flower Study” and “OFFF London – Titles 2017.” The design in both works is vastly meticulous and picturesque. The artist embeds an untold amount of elements of molecular magnitude in his art; glitter, fibers, beads, grains of pigment.
Pitchford’s aesthetic is opulent, intricate, and ornate with a refined polish look. Each image is engaging and profound, delightful to the viewer. His most recent project for BBC2 bears witness to the limitless lengths of his talent and dexterity. The motions set in the creative graphics appear totally organic and mesmerizing at the same time; undulating waves, rapid morphing of sharp shapes, fluttering of sheets falling one on top of the other. It is clear that the English artist has a strong command of 3D graphics as well as their motion and design. The contributions Liam Pitchford has made towards digital art are simply astounding and much is to be expected from the talented artist in the future.