Collect These 4 Brand New User-Submitted Series Now!

"Subtle Reminder" from "My Wondrous Travels"

"Subtle Reminder" from "My Wondrous Travels"

This week, NeonMob released four user-submitted series at once: My Wondrous Travels, The Hobo Kingdom, Colour Stories, and Monstritos Rockeros. All of these series were proposed on NeonMob's Submissions page, where users can upload original artwork to build their own digital art collections.

"No End Road" from "My Wondrous Travels"

"No End Road" from "My Wondrous Travels"

Tyrone Webb is one of those users. He's a self-taught "fine spray paint artist" who created "My Wondrous Travels." Every painting in his 15-piece series was made using only rattle can spray paint. Each piece, which were created over the last three years, took several days to several months to complete. He explains, "The idea of this collection is to represent the instantaneous travels of a single person to distant planets. These are the types of places that people would hike to see, almost like tourist stops on other planets."

"Deep Night" from "My Wondrous Travels"

"Deep Night" from "My Wondrous Travels"

The Hobo Kingdom is a charming series created by Vitaly Terletsky.

"The Rogue Cat" from "The Hobo Kingdom"

"The Rogue Cat" from "The Hobo Kingdom"

All 19 prints were hand-drawn with black marker on cardboard. He explains, "The Hobo Kingdom - is a secret place somewhere between the medieval age and the city dump. It is full of magic, knights, kings and princesses, bravery and unusual smells."

"The King" from "The Hobo Kingdom"

"The King" from "The Hobo Kingdom"

"The Good Wizard" from "The Hobo Kingdom"

"The Good Wizard" from "The Hobo Kingdom"

"Colourstories" is a super-limited series by Arthur Buxton, an artist based in the UK. 

"Klee" from "Colourstories."

"Klee" from "Colourstories."

There are only five prints in his series, each showcasing the color palette of a famous artist. Buxton explains, "Read clockwise, these colour timelines chart the progress of each artist's colour palette. I've selected thirty oil paintings by each artist and used custom software to extract the four most predominant colours from each one. The colours are presented as bar charts which I've arranged end-to-end, in chronological order."

"Rothko" from "Colourstories"

"Rothko" from "Colourstories"

And finally there's "Monstritos Rockeros" by Ulises Costilla.

"Family Game" by "Monstritos Rockeros"

"Family Game" by "Monstritos Rockeros"

Costilla is a graphic designer from Buenos Aires, Argentina. "Monstritos Rockers"  is another limited series, featuring six prints of monster characters. Costilla describes his series as such: "Música, rock, circo y terror, entre otras cosas..." ("Music , rock, circus and terror, among other things ...").

"Carnaval" from "Monstritos Rockeros"

"Carnaval" from "Monstritos Rockeros"

Collect all four series now on NeonMob!