INTERVIEW & ARTJAM: Justin Totemical (VIDEO)

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March 22, 2017 - 8:00 pm US Eastern

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Watch this special INTERVIEW with Justin Totemical in the Visionary Arts Academy from March 22nd 2017!

A man of few words at times, Justin is a Canadian based concept designer living in Vancouver, BC. His art depicts fantastic landscapes and other worlds, and explores a variety of approaches which are both concept art and fantasy realism.

“Many things inspire me in different ways, Inspiration to me is the fuel that helps my creative engine burn bright. Travelling, Being in nature, Photography, Watching Movies, Finding New music, Art books, Art toys, Video Games & Documentaries continuously add fuel to the fire.

“Right now the most important thing to me is humanity having less of a eco footprint, This includes utilizing solar more and better education that doesn’t become too preachy. There are some countries that are doing good jobs with this and I would love to see it implemented more across the world.

“I am really interested in discovery both inward and outward, for me a part of this is not having a specific direction. I like keeping myself open to new ideas or techniques within my personal work, and a lot of that for me comes from not having too many guidelines. So I guess if there was one consistent theme it would be one of exploration.”

– Justin Totemical