I joined Dreame, an international collective of artists dedicated to illustrate people's dreams. My work there focuses on a surreal, minimal and luminous flow, crystallising the ethereal and fuzzy fabric of dreams into eerie pieces of art. I am a lucid dreamer, and have always been in an intimate relationship with dreams, so it's something really nice. I had already illustrated two dreams of friends many years ago, and had thought I would love to make a collection of the best dreams I or people I know have had, so it's kind of like this project, which I still may do later.
The first dream art below was for an article on Noisey (VICE's music news), based on an anymous messed up dream following the Glastonbury Music Festival: "I was trying to ride a missile in the sky but it wasn’t working out for me. The missile looked like one that sticks out of Doctor N. Gin’s head in Crash Bandicoot and I was struggling to hold on for what felt like ages. Eventually I fell off and tumbled toward the city - which was purple, and made out of Playstation One graphics" - I took the liberty of going for a grey Super Nintendo mode 7 city.