‘End of Innocence’ by Máté Jakó
Artist: Máté Jakó
Title: ‘End of Innocence’
Medium: Graphite and carbon and inks on Mylar and vellum
Dimensions: 14″ x 11″
Year of Creation: 2014
About the Artwork:
“Something is lost, and a colder a wider perspective gained. There are no words that could be conjured to express the second birth of our existence. But one certainly might try to communicate it, share it and relate to each other through it.” – Máté Jakó
About the Artist:
Máté Jakó is a London based award winning illustrator from South-east Hungary who from a very young age possessed – according to some – an unfortunate obsession of monsters, fairy tales, and superheroes.
He started a long lasting career in theaters and films as an actor before he turned to illustration to create the stories he wanted to tell. Máté currently works as a freelance illustrator. His client list includes Alexander McQueen, Sideshow Collectibles, Chris Nelson FX, and VVDFX creating concept art/creature design for film & video games, fashion prints, book covers, album covers and limited edition art prints, film posters. His work has been featured in prestigious publications including: Spectrum, Imaginefx, and 3D total-sketching from the imagination. His work has been shown in galleries including Copro Nason Gallery and WOW x WOW.