Ismael Moreno

Mexicana Printable Wall Art | Digital Art

SFr. 300.00
Summer Sale
  • Mexicana Printable Wall Art | Digital Art
  • Mexicana Printable Wall Art | Digital Art

Ismael Moreno

Mexicana Printable Wall Art | Digital Art

SFr. 300.00
Summer Sale

In these image series, Ismael explores what the term Mexico means, with tools as colleague, overlapping and digital image manipulation he tries to depict his country as the multifaceted nation it is with its different social, cultural, historical and religious layers.

Concept: These images' series is inspired by the common misunderstanding of what Mexico might be. 
Technique: colleague, overlapping and image manipulation.
Material: Photographs.
About the Artists: Ismael Moreno is a Mexican Artist, born and raised in Puebla, Mexico with Swiss roots. As a bicultural kid, he's been always very sensitive to cultural and social matters raising in himself a strong idea of a world which includes everyone. Currently, he is at the end of his studies in Visual Communication at the FHNW in Basel developing more artworks.
Price & Measurements:
  • CHF 300* -  Print out artwork (297 x 420 mm): Download 1 time + Printable wall art
  • CHF 340 - Digital artwork (2100 × 1500 pixels): download up to 3 times
  • CHF 350* - Maxi print out (594 x 841 mm or 420 x 594 mm): Download 1 time + Printable wall art
* Prices exclude shipping for print outs. After purchase we will send you shipping costs.
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