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Video Rage #39 Artwork

Carlos Perez Del Moro


Digital, Screenprinting on Paper

Size: 39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in

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100 x 100cm Edition of 1 (Ed. 1 of 1) Giclée Printed On Hahnemühle Photo Matt Fibre 200 gsm Comes with unique certificate of authenticity. 2021 Please contact (via Saatchi) if you have any further questions regards other size or supports options

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Digital:Screenprinting on Paper

Original:One-of-a-kind Artwork

Size:39.4 W x 39.4 H x 0.1 D in

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Carlos Perez Del Moro is a Venezuelan artist. Like many artists, his passion for arts developed when he was very young. “My mother’s father had a typeface in which they made many graphic works and there were all kinds of machinery,” Says. “I remember a lot the noise that the guillotine made, it was a crude metallic sound. Well, I grew up in that environment. Then I saw graphic design class at university; I liked it a lot.” Has spent his whole life surrounded by creative friends, artists, musicians, photographers, poets, cartoonists, and people of the arts. Sometime between 2007 and 2008, he started the business of printing shirts, selling frames including all that encompasses printing and screenprinting. Despite the time he invested in creating these pieces, he wasn’t yet satisfied. Years later, he discovered a style that shaped the direction of his artistry while hanging out with a friend. Since then, he’s been experiencing an endless burst of creativity amid his artistic exploration. Enjoys inventing and sourcing materials that could be incorporated into his art. Among such materials are recycled cloth, magazine papers, and old books. According to him, there are no limits to how he can creatively use materials. Considers himself a graphic artist though his works have no specific definition. He likes to work with collages, paintings, installations, and digital designs. “Part of my first works were lamps that reflected the design on anything or surface when turned on,” he says. “Little by little I developed my style which is quite monochromatic.” Away from his direct influences, most of Carlos’s inspirations come from his feelings, emotions, and experiences. “Every day is not the same, we feel different every day and I have mood swings that affect the direction of my works, designs, or whatever I do”. Currently, Carlos is working with lines, patterns, collages, and many prints. Recently, he discovered his passion for ‘kineticism’ because of the intimate connection it shares with the viewers. In particular, he’s enthralled by the way kinetic art extends the perspectives of its viewers to an almost hypnotic state. Furthermore, he loves screen printing. “Screen printing is a very versatile art and it has a docile personality though complicated to master at the same time,” he adds. Interview Obsessed With Art. Creamos. Del polvo haremos arte. Cree en tus sueños, evolucionemos. No pares, has. (We create.

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