Tribune by Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson project was inspired a lot by controversial German architect Albert Speer who was, for a part of World War II, Minister of Armaments and War Production for Nazi Germany. He was especially inspired by his work Zeppelinfeld main Tribune.

Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

Say whatever you want about Albert Speer and his sympathies, he was an amazing architect. No matter how you twist and turn it, it must be all architects wet dream with unlimited budget and materials to build huge monuments and grandiose buildings that will characterize the entire history. How the astronaut enters the picture is a different story. But I like the contrast between extremes and oddities. And the astronaut an amazing creation in itself, but not by me but by Raoul Marks, and is found in his short film Semi-permanent.
-Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

My style is very varying and very schizophrenic. I want to do all styles at the same time. But if I have any good advise it must be this: Go watch tutorials on YouTube when 14-year olds does the most impressive stuff you could only dream of. Turn off YouTube, cry like a baby and try to do better.
-Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson

About Martin Carlson

Martin Carlson is a 35-year old Art director based in Sweden who also create visual experiences through 3D and advanced retouch. Some of his work can be seen on his website, Behance and on his Facebook page.