This Artist Creates The World’s Weirdest 3D Art

Brian Tessler is a 3D artist based in Brooklyn, New York. He is the mastermind behind of Cool 3D World project that features surreal, distorted, and absurd pictures. Do you think this is legit art or he’s just doing it for the sake of being weird? If this indeed is legit art, what is he trying to say? What do you think? Let us know in the comments below!

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

Very weird 3D art.

11 thoughts on “This Artist Creates The World’s Weirdest 3D Art”

  1. I wouldn’t call this guy a “mastermind” or his work “art”. This rather looks like a dropout from any animation school who thought he could trick his way through by using Poser instead of any more sophisticated 3d modelling / rendering software

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  2. So, it took more creative thinking than a lot of modern art I’ve seen in galleries but they’re all so hideous. Couldn’t even look at all of them.

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  3. It looks like he took all known p0rn categories and gave it as instructions for A.I. to create a picture.
    Not that I’m against it or anything. Not my style, but a legit artistic work method.

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  4. They’re grrrreat – probably better than an AI combination of Terry Gilliam and Diane Arbus.

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  5. Wonderfully twisted. Just some dude goofing around with rendering software, but I appreciate the ridiculousness of it. (Please, just don’t call it ‘art’.)

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  6. Its definitely art, not sure why people would think otherwise. The animations are worth seeing, only to glimpse into the insanity and absurdity of the artist’s vision. I would say the meaning of his art is simply exploring distorted versions and caricatures of recognizable human beings and their shortcomings? Ie. self-obsession, body image issues, consumerism/trends, greed etc

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