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The lineup of LG UltraWide® 21:9 monitors are ideal for designers, photographers, producers and other creative professionals who need more room for their big ideas. With exceptional picture quality and innovative features, these monitors are for the seriously professional talents. That’s what you get with LG UltraWide®. Find out how to become seriously professional, yourself.



"The higher quality things you can work with the better, especially with art."

Justin Maller, a geometric digital artist from Melbourne, Australia, would know. It’s the only career he’s ever had, and it’s been a wild one.

Maller doesn’t draw out any sketches. His process is more free-flowing than a lot of commercial artists. He doesn’t have any plan when he starts – no thumbnails. It’s just an idea that goes straight onto the screen. It could be 3D. It could be photo-based, or geometric-focused or a combination of the media.

Maller’s work is extremely detailed. He’s a detail-oriented person when it comes to his artistic side, but his dependence on technology allows him to evolve artistically.

"I just enjoy technology. I enjoy evolving with it. I enjoy finding something that enables me to sort of progress and do better even if it's just finding a [glove] that fits the hand better or a keyboard that you like."

Maller’s work is a colorful, geometric style highlighting famous characters from movies, comics and TV along or a surreal, multi-shot image that make his viewers question reality. He’s currently working with the LG UltraWide 21:9 monitor and putting together a competition for digital artists to showcase their work – and possibly win a monitor themselves.
Many of the tools Maller uses are so fundamental and necessary that he sometimes overlooks them. "To take a monitor and all of a sudden it's so radically different and more beautiful. It's lovely and it's not something that you come across often. There's no compromise."

And that technology has allowed him to create a large network of designers, artists and digital savants that collaborate together. It’s one of the defining characteristic of the international art collective, which started over 15 years ago in his dad’s backyard. "I actually was rejected from another art collective that I wanted to be a part of. I was like, I'll start my own."

With friendships and connections being made worldwide, it’s been a way to help freelancers receive constant critiques of their work and allowed for group collaboration on multiple projects.

"They're trying to actually help you and there's so much growth that's afforded when you're receiving critique from peers, from people who are on the same level as you and are offering advice that you respect," Maller says.

Collaboration was a huge part and a defining characteristic of the project. According to Maller, that’s what made it succeed: being in a private, safe and respected community of artists at the same level of work who could critique – and critique well.

"The point of doing it was to do it. The point was to be together in that closed space and see what we could do."

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