Carlín Díaz is a Venezuelan graphic artist and animation director living in Paris. He can move liquid geometry and experiments and turn into beautiful artwork.
Carlin Díaz’s work spans animation, illustration, and college, and combines vivid colors with organic shapes and round-faced characters.
His work is inspired by graffiti, skate culture and surrealism, and he counts Magritte, Rousseau and photographer and painter Ed Templeton among his artistic influences.
“When I was around 15 years old, I started to be super interested in skate culture and graffiti and I remember seeing videos like Toy Machine’s Good and Evil. They used a lot of graphics and animation. When I saw that, I just fell in love with it – it opened my mind,” says Diaz. “That was something that really pushed me to look at the visual world as a career and not just a thing that kids do.”
“Personally I haven’t seen someone with a strong and personal style as Carlín’s in a long while – kind of psychedelic with a hint of mysticism and sauciness, yet still retaining that hypnotic, liquid-like flow throughout.” – It’s Nice That
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