Virtual Reality Art

For decades, we’ve watched stories, be transported to amazing worlds of fantasy, and lived moments that touched our lives.

All that power and emotion. Held captive inside a 2D portal.  You’re never “inside”, you’re just watching it unfold through a window.  A window that “looks” where it wants to, and tell what it wants to tell.

That’s not how reality works.  Or at least, that’s not how it has to be anymore.

VR (Virtual Reality) is art and storytelling’s next evolutionary step.  Walk through the window right into the story.  Surround yourself or your customer with the sights, the sounds, and the emotion of a 360 degree virtual environment.  Go for a ride through the fantastic (or “realistic”, if you wanna be that way), as the VR world tells the story all around you, where you’re free to visually explore in all directions.


Click on an image to visit each sculpture.
Use your mouse to pan, zoom, and fly around the environment.
If you’re on your phone, swipe and pinch to move around.

Click the icon to the right to visit my complete VR sculpture gallery on Google Poly.

Genesis Of The Next Galaxy

A virtual reality art sculpture featuring two immortal beings go on an endless journey through the universe, planting galaxies to symbolize their love.

WWE Matt Hardy vs Bray Wyatt

Two of WWE’s most colorful characters have clashed in a mystical “Great War”.  You don’t have to understand it.  Just click the link and get thrown in the middle of these two strange and wonderful warriors.

Soldier Of Media Self-Portrait

As the title suggests, this a self-portrait of myself.  If anyone questions the size of the arms, rest assure that this is a work of fiction;  in real-life, they’re much larger.

The New Tower of Babel

Uh oh, a political piece.  All I have to say that if you’re not a fan of 45, pan back and see why this is called The New Tower.  If you’re a Trump fan, you’ll probably find most enjoyment by just keeping it where it is.

Communion With The Cold

A study in creating a whole human form (more or less) in Google Tilt Brush, that went in its own direction.