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About Richard Gonçalves and his art.


A unique and captivating style of artwork created by the artist Richard Gonçalves  (Akarocs). The art typically features vibrant colors, intricate details, and a blend of fantasy and surreal elements. Akarocs often incorporates elements of nature, animals, and mythical creatures into their artwork, creating a dreamlike and otherworldly atmosphere.


One of the defining characteristics of Akarocs art is the use of bold and contrasting colors. The artist often employs a wide range of hues, from deep blues and purples to bright oranges and yellows, creating a visually striking and dynamic composition. This use of color adds a sense of energy and vibrancy to the artwork, drawing the viewer's attention and creating a sense of wonder.


In terms of subject matter, Akarocs art often explores themes of nature and the natural world. The artist frequently incorporates elements such as trees, flowers, and animals into their artwork, creating a connection between the human and natural realms. These natural elements are often depicted in a fantastical and surreal manner, blurring the boundaries between reality and imagination.


Another notable aspect of Akarocs art is the attention to detail. The artist's work is often highly intricate, with each piece containing numerous small details and patterns. This level of detail adds depth and complexity to the artwork, inviting the viewer to explore and discover new elements with each viewing.


Overall, Akarocs art is a captivating and imaginative style that combines vibrant colors, intricate details, and elements of fantasy and nature. The artist's unique vision and skillful execution create a body of work that is both visually stunning and thought-provoking.

In addition Akarocs art can be found in his art cars created via ROCS and in his "The nEW Is oLD Again" Seiko watch series.

To inquire about  availability,r commission a work or collaborations please email the studio.

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