Piece description from the artist
Peace has never been our specie's strong suit, we always find an excuse to engage in violence on a global scale.
We take without thinking of the consequences, and destroy lives in the process. All for an illusion of glory.
As we step out of the cradle into the wide cosmos, will we grow out of this childish mentality, or will the curse of war follow us. What would a way in space look like?
Aaron Rolfe, a prolific artist & versatile creative.
Born & raised in the south of England Aaron showed a keen interest in the arts from a young age and began drawing as soon as he could hold a pencil to paper, spending his youth depicting surreal scenes from worlds beyond our own. He found it was the best way he could communicate with the world.
Growing up near the Jurassic coast Aaron was inspired by the stunning natural formations and the storied past they contained, as well as humanity’s march of progress as the new millennium dawned.
After discovering Humanism in his formative years he decided to make the advancement of mankind, and our place in the vast cosmos a central theme in his work. He hoped to depict what we are capable of when working together toward a better future.
After finishing his school career, he decided to hone his creative skills and discover what industry he fit into by enrolling at The Arts University Bournemouth working towards a diploma in the arts. After graduating he enrolled again at the Arts University Bournemouth studying for a Bachelor of Arts in Cinematography and film production.
In 2020 Aaron decided to move to London, the beating heart of England's creative worlds, pursuing a career as a freelance Illustrator and concept artist for film & television.
To date, Aaron has found moderate success creating artwork for Science fiction publications in the United States and England, as well as crafting concept art for various independent film projects from around the globe.
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