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Occasionly, online you can find work that is frankly astounding. One such artist is the German illustrator Vadim Voitekhovitch and his Steampunk themed work that is pretty fucking cool. His concept? Naturalism mixed with unfeasible situations involved in a Steampunk World. One can see easily the obvious hallmakrs of Steampunk and at the same time he can notice less obvious topics; places packed with air traffic, warships, sleek submarines, and steam powered buses, and on the other hand two ladies in discourse, while airships vehicles pass by. Voitekhovitch paints his imaginary 19th century world on oil and in extreme fashion and detail. You can see more of his large collection of work at DeviantArt.

Vadim Voitekhovitch was born in a small town of Mozyr, Belarus. He spent most of his life Belarus and he graduated from Bobruisk Art College. From 2004 he lives and works in Germany. His style is quite diverse, but he dedicates most of his time to watercolor and oil. Voitekhovitch likes to draw pictures on history subjects and especially subjects coming from XVIII-XIX centuries.

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