Music, Genetics and Fantasy: An Alice Meichi Li Gallery

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Welcome to the world of Alice Meichi Li, where fantasy meets the future. Everything you thought you knew about musicians and fairies is all wrong... or is it? How about a different view? We've got an incredible gallery of Li's work that will give you new perspective on the world of fairies.

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Synth - when the natural world meets the synthetic

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Designer Genes - What might happen if we use genetic engineering to "make" supermodel-humans. All alike and all boring...

Illustration for article titled Music, Genetics and Fantasy: An Alice Meichi Li Gallery

Aurora - one of Li's latest pieces, the cover of a new YA novel - The Unraveling of a Family Secret.

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Moths - This is the album cover for Astronaut Down's "Moths to the Flame"

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Portrait of Ben Moody of We Are The Fallen

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Lillith - in modern times... part Madonna, part whore

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We Are The Fallen - Portrait of the band. Most of the band are former members of Evanescence.

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Urban Ecology

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Nebula - must be a musician, right?

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Fountain - Inspired by the Book of Genesis: Garden of Eden. Not to mention the Darren Aronofsky movie. Cover art.

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Capsicum - This was for the Pepper Project.

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Lunasea

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Portrait of Yunyu - A Rocker

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Splash Woman

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Death Dream - Classic 80's punk meets the 21st century — at night, naturally

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London Burning - partially inspired by T.S. Eliot and John Constantine in Sandman

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A Fairy Tale of New York - riding the subway...

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Ares - from the artist "Eros and Thanatos. Fetish and flames. Death and rebirth. The driving passion that destroys"

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Endymion - The inevitable sadness of an immortal in love with a mere human.

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Potrait of Amy Lee - A Young Woman

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Aensland

See more of the artist's work at: http://alicemeichi.com/index.html

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mcderek3000

These are incredible. One of the many things that I was always jealous of in other people was the ability to draw.