The Fabulous 00’s: The Rise of Web Chess Art

I stumbled across an ueber-cool chess art site – all sorts of interesting drawings, but I couldn’t fathom how to get out of the introductory page for a while! Here is what I see on the intro page as of May 12, 2008.

Here it is, the entry page. Click on the crown to get started.

And here is another sample.

Carina Jorgensen

According to the artist,

“Czharina tells you: you can call it chess art 😉 but the style is a mix of fantasy/naturalism/surrealism”.

I like it! De Gustibus non est Disputandum.

Here’s a brief artist bio:

Carina Jørgensen, 21 years, from Denmark, and she has played chess since she was 6. She likes the Politiken Cup – that’s a great event that takes place every year in Copenhagen in July.  Here she is (on the left) playing a Romanian girl in a French tournament, 1997.

Portrait of the Artist as a Young Woman

Weirdly I also learned when I was 6, but I didn’t know about tournaments until I was 13. C’est la vie.


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2 Responses to “The Fabulous 00’s: The Rise of Web Chess Art”

  1. Anthony Boron Says:

    Marvelous stuff. Thanks for the link.

  2. Jorge Guinsburg Says:

    This is one of the best things i ever seen. Thanks Mark. Thanks a lot. You’re cute.

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