Javier Gonzalez Pacheco certainly doesn't slack off when it comes to creating these wondrous psychedelic portraits of sultry women. It seems as though he combines every technique under the sun, from doodling to pseudo-real painting, whenever he undertakes the task of illustrating. The resulting images speak for themselves as Pacheco has formulated an aesthetic style that's not only distinctly his own, but is visually so mesmerizing that other artists often try to replicate it.
Javier Gonzalez Pacheco is a Barcelona-based illustrator. He often practices his brand of painting in Moleskine notebooks, where he is still highly capable of detailed works of art despite limited space. He seamlessly blends line art with traditional painting and, when coupled with his penchant for adding scribbled drawings to his pieces, creates a surreal visual experience for his viewers.
Pacheco is perhaps most well-known for his illustration of Delirium from Neil Gaiman's Sandman series.
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