Wow! These are stunning. They have a sort of muted and surreal Sam Weber quality to me, which I, of course, can't get enough of. I especially love these graphite-digital pieces; the color adds just enough punch to make them have some real depth, but they still manage to remain very soft, while also creepy and mysterious. I love the sense of glow you get as well, with each element sort of popping out as you roam around the page. That said, Connely's pure graphite and chalk pieces are classically quite appealing, especially the ones with literal ghosts roaming about. He's worked for playboy, SCAD, and a bunch of other cool clients, and has also exhibited at Gallery Nucleus and Spoke Art Gallery. Can't wait to see more from him. More work on his website.