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30 Mar 2021
Children need to see themselves represented, and liberation needs imagination—picture books are great for this.
18 Jan 2021
The way I see it, this story is full of symbolic touchstones, visual elements with layers of meaning that are not always obvious, or even accessible, to the reader.
1 Dec 2020
Some Mexican visual artists that I've really been loving are Miguel Covarrubias, Emilio Amero, and particularly Ernesto García Cabral.
7 Sep 2020
For many years I did digital art, but about three years ago I realized that I like the physicality of traditional art way more.
20 Jul 2020
My goal is to create an art and a range of works that people can relate to and connect with just by looking at the image.
4 May 2020
I can almost sense a symbiotic connection between color, sound, movement, and emotion, like they’re all part of the same composition.
By: Dante Luiz
2 Mar 2020
Just not BLACK ENOUGH, so I started following more people like me.
20 Jan 2020
I love the idea of representing folk stories and showcasing the culture of my country in a different way.
19 Nov 2019
Although I enjoyed drawing, I think it’s been a need to express ideas and interpreting my perceptions and experiences.
21 Oct 2019
I love illustrating portraits. There's something surreal in the subtleties in people's faces.
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