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Mark Moya

SciFi & Fantasy Artwork by Mark Moya

Mark draws futuristic buildings and environments with a love for the ideal and melodramatic.

Athenaeum 3000
Capacitor City
Capacitor City 2
City A
City B
City C
City D
City E
Cliff City
Crevice City
Dark Tower
Light Tower
Ocean Outpost
Station 1
Stick City
Tower A
TV Room 1
TV Room 2
TV Room 3
Waterfall Domes

25 Nov 200645 MJS
Your work reminds me of Richard Powers for some reason,a great abstract illustrator.

:-) Mark Moya replies: "Richard Powers does some great work. His unusual forms are very organic, with a complexity of gesture that I hope to someday achieve. (And I'm not being sarcastic, either.)"
10 May 2007:-) Enoch T. Moore
I love your art! Cities and nature combined. If only we could live that way now... Maybe some day.

:-) Mark Moya replies: "Thanks for your comments and your forward thinking. I remember another forward thinker, Jacque Fresco, a designer/engineer. His approach is focussed on what he calls "The Venus Project". He has a few interesting concepts."
24 May 200745 Anonymous
I really like all these buildings... Especially how you make use of those crisp "concept-like" lines and good colors in city C and D. Also I like your vision of the future where technology and nature goes hand in hand, rather than that of a future where nature gets destroyed by technology and development. One question... Have you ever considered becoming an architect? Anyway great work!

:-) Mark Moya replies: "Thanks. I'm working for my architecture license. Drawing big stuff is great, but actually building it is a whole other story. I plan to start small, then work my way up to interplanetary ambassador."
22 Sep 200745 MorkandMindy
Waterfall city captured my mind;

I would like to live in the building on the right, room in the tall part and eating and common areas in the low part merging with the outdoors

and work in the high up jelly fish building on the left

If you can get half a billion dollars and design the place, I'll paint it.

:-) Mark Moya replies: "Thanks for the offer. That might be cool, to make the top of that tower a living room with big multi-faceted windows and hanging plants."
15 Jan 2008:-) Juliet P Lindquist
All of your art work is really great, I love looking at art work that makes you think.

12 Mark Moya replies: "That’s cool! Thanks."
10 Feb 2008:-) Rosie Straw
It’s nice to see good fantasy ideas and work away from cliché stuff that gets drawn thousands of times. Love your city scapes, always makes me think ’oo what kind of people live there? Are they even people? =O’ and so on ^_^

12 Mark Moya replies: "Thanks for stopping by. Yes, you might find people like Zaphod Beeblebrox or Gomez Addams, or people who like rollercoasters."
11 Feb 2008:-) Kat Minty
Oh come now, I never said PEAT moss. There are several different kinds of moss that don’t attract flies. ;P But I do agree with the oxygen production comment. Hell, from as far away as the pictures are drawn from, the greenery could be TREES.

12 Mark Moya replies: "(Referring to the "Plantopia" comment) Sorry, sometimes I go too far with the bad jokes."
11 Dec 2008:-) Hannah Angelicus Peat
I love your drawing style. Its very unique and refreshing.

:-) Mark Moya replies: "Thank you. I’m glad you think so."
20 May 201145 Jedaiah
wow your stuff is amazing
22 Oct 201345 Write my essay
I would like to live in the building on the right

:-) Mark Moya replies: "Which building on the right? the one with a swoop? Oh, I forgot, they all have a swoop, nevermind."
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