Dave Devries and John Van Flee

Jeffrey Durden

Igor Kondenko

Chris Lamprianidis

Ferdi Rizkiyanto

I’m taking a break from the bio-format here, and featuring some really cool graphic artists who created thought-provoking and interesting graphics focusing on climate change.

Dave Devries and John Van Flee


The “green” movement turns blood-red in the high-octane action thriller BLUESHIFT, a two-issue, 60-page graphic novel premiering in 5 page installments on Celsias for the next 12 weeks. Marvel and DC Comics artists John VanFleet and Dave DeVries , writer Blake Hutchins , and Seed Studio Inc . take audiences a half-century into a future extrapolated from today’s environmental headlines. Their creation is a world sliding into a globally warmed Hell. Courtesy: Celsias ©Seed Studio Inc

Jeffrey Durden

AIR by jeffreydurden ©2010-2014 jeffreydurden

Igor Kondenko

‘Indifference’, by Igor Kondenko, Ukraine © Igor Kondenko

Chris Lamprianidis

No pollution please by Chris-Lamprianidis. ©2010-2014 Chris-Lamprianidis

Ferdi Rizkiyanto

This work was created by Ferdi Rizkiyanto and is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License. H/T to deyanaus and logicman.

Here’s some more of his amazing work.

I love that there are lots of talented graphic artists displaying their individual talents and considering how to apply them to their climate change concerns. Very thought-provoking!

Sources: Celsias, DeviantArt, The Independent



2 thoughts on “Graphics

  1. Great expressions of global warming in art. Thanks to the wonderful artist involved.

    Posted by Marvin Green | April 9, 2014, 6:37 pm
  2. awesome, thought-provoking art. thank you for putting the spotlight on artists who devote time to making art for change. visuals are very powerful, as are words!! 🙂

    Posted by Reeva | April 23, 2014, 12:15 pm

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