Tag: Colombia

Adriana Bermúdez

A MEMORY OF FASCINATING CONNECTIONS Adriana Bermúdez: “I work in collage because it allows me to combine images, objects and any element of my everyday life, resignifying the memories and I give a happy ending to everything that surrounds me. I like to make assemblages that combine technology with traditional elements of analog collage: wood, […]

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July Andrea Fandiño

THE CONDITION OF HUMAN IMPERFECTION July Andrea Fandiño – aka Nandrysha: “My work as a plastic artist is developed around a constant sensitive exercise of transfiguration, which starts from the fascination I find for the nature of the being and its condition of human imperfection. Each of my pieces is a process of individual transformation, […]

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Marcela Bolívar

A MYSTICAL ESSENCE Marcela Bolívar‘s photo illustrations have a light touch — the figures and surrounding flowers, plants and fabrics appear to billow in the wind, as if they might be blown away at any moment. Sticking to a mostly pale color palette, Bolivar gives her characters an elegant essence. We see them morphing and […]

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Julian de Narvaez

SWINGIN’ FAIRY TALES Julian de Narvaez is an illustrator from Bogotá, Colombia. He begins his drawings in pen and China ink, gradually assembling and colouring the images digitally. This process lends his illustrations a contemporary, eclectic feel, though with a surprisingly fine, traditional quality. This quirkiness is sought after for its engaging richness. He developed […]

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Alejandro García Restrepo

WHO CAN SAVE THE HUMAN SOUL? Alejandro García Restrepo is an illustrator from Medellín, Colombia. Alejandro’s photorealistic drawings explore mystery, death and the spirit world and are a sight for sore eyes. “In every moment of the history there has been responsible of caring the human soul. The serene philosopher, the supplicant nun and two […]

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Mateo Pizarro

A MICRO BESTIARY Mateo Pizarro’s tiny graphite drawings are scarcely larger than the length of a match but contain enough detail to suggest entire stories, both surreal and terrifying. The Colombian artist refers to these as his Micro-Barroque series, and while the images shown here seem focused on the incredible detail contained in small spaces, […]

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