Preferring to work by hand rather than using digital manipulation, illustrator Ryan De La Hoz expresses his love of the imperfect analog design that demonstrates a repetitive pattern that slowly changes from figure to figure.
Working with paper and a sharp blade, he does not need any molds or casts to create his shapes and designs. Going on gut instinct and his own feelings and thoughts that day, the artist does not follow a set formula in his series. The slight alteration of images throughout his patterns keep the view interesting and dynamic, almost morphing right in front of the eye as the brain seeks out patterns in his collages.
Those who like to see the big picture and enjoy finding hidden details up close will appreciate this imperfect analog design style.
Imperfectly Patterned Illustrations
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Beautiful Hardcore Papercraft
Ambiguous Collage Catalogs
Primitive Human Prints
Intricate Cutout Paintings
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