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Name Jonas Thörnqvist
Age N/A
Born Sweden
Email jonas@subdivme.com
Homepage www.subdivme.com

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Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By Tony T on Jun 30, 2008 06:26 PM
In repsonse to the comment made by Area404, maybe these "aliens" are futuristic descendents of our own species.
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By devmapall on Jun 09, 2008 12:14 PM
Thin-skinned and broad birth out of earlier narrow work. It potter models pot from piece of the clay. Nesting dolls are utility preceding microwave kiln work.
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By Vangie on Jun 01, 2008 02:10 PM
This is one of the cool works i have ever seen, and i have seen alot. Sir you should really be proud of what you have created
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By Area404 on Oct 23, 2006 02:17 AM
In a galaxy far, far away.... I had lived another 10 lifetimes from now and was finally able to do something like that!!
I really love the "gladiator" work as i did the "In the Sun". Sheer excellence. One thing though, and it's not a criticism of your or any other alien artwork, its meerly a point of view in that why, on aliens, do most artists only change the structure or anatomy of the face and maintain to keep a human body. Human familiarity can become monotonous. The progression of H.R.Gigers Alien and face huggers etc were very different in exploring other types of organism anatomy as was the creativity that was plumbed into "Men in Black" and films of the like.
Look at it this way, on Earth alone there are far more quadruped and multi limbed species than bipeds not to mention species with radically different anatomy limbs aside. Anyway...If biped creatures are the rulers of the galaxy then your gladiator is a winner...and on that thought, it would be great to see your "Gladiator" in motion. woah! finished now!!
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By on Sep 30, 2006 01:39 AM
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Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By on Sep 30, 2006 01:38 AM
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Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By gareth on Jul 12, 2006 10:56 AM
Glariator clearly has Sylvester Stalones chin.
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By bubbleberry on Jun 30, 2006 02:24 PM
i love the 4th. his quitness is visible, despite his non human face.
realy good work.
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By Alex Noble on Apr 08, 2006 08:36 AM
HOW DO I CONTACT JONAS HIS EMAIL DOES NOT WORK. My name is Alex Noble and I'm an art director from the advertising agency JWT here in Tokyo who wants to use Jonas for one of my campaigns but I can't seem to get though to him via email. If anybody has his contact please drop me an email or get him in contact with me directly.
many thanks.
Re: Jonas Thörnqvist
By El Bongatoro on Feb 09, 2006 12:14 AM
The "Gladiator" is beautifully lit and textured. I'm just wondering - was he inspired by the Mugwumps in Cronenberg's film of "Naked Lunch"?

The other images are pretty impressive, too.
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