Barcelona-based visual artist Mágoz's conceptual illustrations put a heavier weight on their theoretical messages than aesthetic detailing.
Mágoz uses Photoshop like his canvas and creates all of his illustrations out of scratch using a Wacom tablet and scanned sketches. His work is colorful and caricaturesque. Using wonderfully vibrant colors and contrasts, the artist depicts his subjects in bold and symbolic lines. The interesting part of his technique is that as much as the colors stand out of from his work, the color element isn't used in a redundant manner but rather, just enough with the right selection.
Much of his work is clever and sometimes humorous depictions of today's peoples' everyday habits reflected in a minimal and symbolic manner, often in the form of visual analogies.
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