Cheyco Leidmann‘s stylized surreal cutting edge style images began in the 1980s, before the world of visualization immersed in the blessing of retouch and digital techniques characterized by a powerful rainbow-like chromatic scale a magic box of artificial crayons, when Cheyco shook up with profound effect the art community with his classic world bestseller monograph ‘Foxy Lady’. He redefined the visual aesthetics with traditional, analogue means and established and imprinted an outstanding unique and avant-garde oeuvre of visual expressionism with hyper-saturated colors that leap off the page and sears the brain stimulating the viewer’s visual cortex. Each image invents a provocative, jarring story that begs for an interpretation. Thus visual artist Cheyco Leidmann transposes the popular concept of female sexuality and exaggerated feminine allure to another dimension totally revealed, that becomes conceptual art.The perfectly balanced degree of inspiring sentimental and garish neon colored eroticism still manage to be held back.
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