The two key principles that rule both my professional and my personal life are positivism and a constant desire for self-improvement. My passion to create is what drives me; I need to create in order to feel happy and fulfilled. Furthermore I try to contribute in making incremental improvements to society with my artwork.
What inspires me to wake up every day is traveling, discovering new places and their people, and transforming environments with my art by leaving some trace of me with it. Because I believe the reason for Art, apart from breaking down boundaries amongst people, cultures and religions, is basically to make people feel. This must be the main goal so that, whoever witnesses it, should experience somewhat of a personal transformation. Therefore, my artwork presents contradictions and metaphors about existence, multiculturalism, identity and the meaning of life and freedom. I would like to invite people to do their own reflection about the contradictions between modernity and our roots, nature and society.
Initially, my street artwork was recognized by my geometrical letters. Once I started my studies in Fine Arts, and got to know classic Surrealism, I began to introduce figurative structures that were ruled by grey shades. When completing my studies, my body craved to add color to all those shapes.
An evolving collision of both worlds, academic and street, became the result of my current style. This was made possible by applying geometrical structures in all the main elements like animals, humans and architectural elements. I have used everything from classical contours in my Venus, to ethnical references as backgrounds, all of it nurtured by my constant voyages.