Switching between oil painting, graphite, charcoal and digital media, German artist Matthias Duwel manipulates sweeping abstract lines to create illusions of depth. Whether working in color or in black and white, he makes marks that have a sense of motion, strategically blurring them to create the essence of a landscape. His color choices appear almost acidic, as if his compositions are snapshots of another world with a poisonous atmosphere filtered through a restless imagination. Take a look at some of his work, images courtesy of the artist. Via HiFructose.