Maciej Frolow

  1. medical/scientific
  2. typography
  3. bio
  4. work process

Maciej Frolow is a 3D modeling digital artist and animator. He was born in 1973 in Wroclaw in Poland, and now lives and works in France. Living for images, his influences include TV ads, Japanese anime, and artists such as Wojtek Siudmak, Paul Bonner, Rodney Matthews, Sparth, and Syd Mead. The style he has developed is both realistic and imaginative; highly detailed, and boldly colorful.

Client List

Abbott
ACC Docket
Angewandte Chemie
Bayer
Casino
Citroën
Clash of Clans
Credit Agricole
Dior
Dosch Design
EDF
First American
Infiniti
Journal of Oncology Practice
Maaf Assurances
Men`s Fitness UK
Michelin
Natixis
Nivea
Procter & Gamble
Point-P
Revlon
Roc
Science & Vie Junior
Scientific American
SFR
Swatch
Total
Vinci Autoroutes
Women`s Health UK

Iceberg Illustration for Scientific American

This assignment was an interesting challenge. The brief was clear: iceberg turns upside down and loses its usual proportions. So to create the illustration, I created an iceberg that was right-side up but with underwater caustics and bubbles to create the odd underwater look. I also distorted the title to make it appear refracted through the ice. With the inverted headline “Arctic Meltdown”, it all made for a very interesting image.

Art director: Michael Mrak

Tools used: Zbrush, modo, Photoshop

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