Studio is an Ego Rodriguez narrative concept art illustration. On a red background that represent the studio walls, there is a scene of the arms of a painter holding a brush and a palette and working on a piece of art on his canvas. The naked model he is painting is next to him taking a great part of the scene at his own. This narrative conceptual art is a perfect instance of the fantastic way in which Ego Rodriguez unique art style leaves a piece of the story for the audience to finish. Showing enough but never all that there is, Studio is a narrative concept art piece to work on and always leave unfinished.
I enjoy taking the action outside of the frame. Focusing on the passive observer. There're lots of examples like that in my work. I think it is a comic and cinematic trick. We become the audience of an audience.
When presenting Studio to the public, Ego Rodriguez talked about the way people imagine him working. The scene of this narrative concept art piece shows a naked model posing for a painter. Even though we only see the arms of the painter, the brush, the palette and the canvas, we can easily imagine how he concentrates on his work in a professional manner. But the model is a very good looking man and that makes Studio a dreamed scene for any person that aspires to be an artist one day. Having this kind of models is a joy itself, painting them, an exclusive way of touching the heave of the arts. But all that is part of the narrative conceptual art we are facing. If reality is or is not this scene, this narrative piece of art doesn’t make it clear. Again, the audience is left to wonder about it. Is that the aim of this narrative art image? Maybe. See other examples of art stories visiting Undress.