In ancient folklore, the nymph is often portrayed as a playful spirit, a young female deity of nature residing deep in forests and mountains. In this series, artist Jeremy Enecio expands upon this mythology devising realms more relevant to modern day constructs where nymphs can be found animating technology or poverty.
A graduate from the Maryland Institute College of Art, Enecio often uses folklore as a foundation for his works. His illustrations often employ dark atmospheric colors creating climates that are both haunting yet poignant. His work has been featured in several publications including Spectrum, Bl!sss Magazine, ImagineFX, and Playboy.