By Davide Di Prossimo
Robert Chew’s creations are beautiful, interesting pieces of art. His illustrations of robotic wild animals are part of the series called “Big Five”, which focuses on supporting anti-poaching operations.
LA-Based Artist Working as a Freelancer Chew is an artist who aspires to work in the entertainment industry, especially for games. He is a digital artist with emphasis on concept development and design. Chew lives and works in Los Angeles, California, the U.S. This talented creator is a freelance professional, ready for opportunities and commissions.
An Artist Committed to Anti-Poaching Poaching — which is illegal hunting, killing, or capturing of wild animals — is something that Chew is particularly concerned about.
His “Big Five” series of illustrations featuring robotic beings is in fact Chew’s visualization of a future where anti-poaching operations are supported by mechanical enormous animals, such as African elephants, wild dogs, rhinos, lions, vultures, and more.
We believe that the animals, part of the “Big Five” series, have increased in number through the years — including now eagles, mantas, bears, and more.
Chew’s Artistic T-Shirts Support Anti-Poaching Chew is also making his artworks available in the form of T-shirts on Sociey6, an online store where artists sell their art. The proceeds from the sales of the T-shirts will entirely be donated to the IAPF (International Anti-Poaching Foundation), to help the organization with its mission in Africa.
Not Only Robotic Animals in Chew’s Portfolio Images of the “Big Five” series are presented further down. However, Chew’s art portfolio is much larger, and we have include below other works, too.
Follow the Artist on His Blog and Social Media Chew can be followed either via his personal blog, Facebook profile, or devianART page. Many photos.