Highly Imaginative Surreal Digital Illustrations


Artist Alexander Jansson continues to create all kinds of mesmerizing, mind-bending illustrations in his recent work. Each mixed media scene has a quirky, surreal feel in which lines are blurred and nothing is clearly defined. His soft palette of colors and misty lines create pictures that viewers can explore for hours, continuously discovering new details.

Based in Sweden, Jansson specializes in cover art, illustration, character design, concept art, and graphic design. From poster designs to book covers, his work has been published, exhibited, and featured worldwide. Viewing Jansson’s artwork is like getting lost in a fairy tale. His whimsical scenes include adorable, fuzzy creatures that float along in a cloud; children out at sea, having adventures as they bob up and down on their glass bottle boat; and cars and houses placed at the peak of treetops, shining brightly as if that’s where they belong.












Alexander Jansson’s website
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December 6, 2016

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Wife Shares Heartwarming Story Behind “Pathetic” $130 Engagement Ring

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