Fabian Perez is an artist born in Buenos Aires, Argentina and currently resides in Los Angeles. Fabian is known for his unique style which is infamously exemplified in paintings of the tango and portraits. In 2009 Perez was named the official artist of the 10th annual Latin Grammy Awards. Fabian likes to paint with acrylic because of it’s drying speed, which allows him to follow his impulses. The bold and symbolic imagery feels intensely passionate and film noir. To see more of his amazing paintings, please visit Fabian’s website, here.
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Tags: Acrylic, Art, Art Noir, arts, Fabian Perez, Latin Art, Latin Artist, latin grammy awards, Paint, Portraits, Tango
Artist, Daniel Uytterhaeghe utilizes acrylics to create a glowing canvas. His street paintings transport you to the city for an urban fix. Daniel creates beautiful, silent moments within a buzzing metropolis. Born in 1963 in Lille, France – Daniel is a France based artist whose work can be found in many galleries. To see more of his amazing art, check out his website- here.
“I always feel good when I walk on the street in the city, my eyes are full of light, I enjoy the rain with beautiful reflections of light to paint, it’s like fireworks!” – Daniel Uytterhaeghe
Yuta Onoda was originally born in Japan and presently lives and works in Toronto, Canada. He is an incredible illustrator / painter who has been commissioned for many magazine editorial illustrations. He has been shaping his art aesthetic through various forms of media, finding new avenues to express himself. Yuta is refining his style, based from his coursework from Sheridan College. Many of his personal pieces were drawn together using graphite, inks, and acrylics, combined with Photoshop to more or less define his style. Stemming from his childhood love of comics, Yuto outlines his images. He also likes to infuse his artwork with decorative elements and details, which comes from his love of Art Nouveau and Ukiyo-e, Japanese woodblock prints. Currently, he has been merging Eastern styles with North American content, like the outdoor spirit of the Canadian wilderness. To see more of Yuta Onada’s amazing illustrations, check out his website and Behance page!
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Tags: Acrylic, Art, Art Nouveau, Canadian Artist, Design, Digital Art, Graphite, Illustration, Ink, Japanese Artist, Mixed Media, Print, Ukiyo-e, Yuta Onoda