Rene Almanza‘s work is a combination of comics, fine art, illustration and everyday memories. It’s not about creating an optical image or technical representation in order to purely reproduce something. For him optical imagery is the task of machinery, a camera lens or photograph.”Memory drawing by contrast comes from instinct, and emerges from images absorbed by the mind over time,” he says.
His graceful sinuous style is composed of expressionist lines, representing the urgency within him to constantly create. “When you talk too much about an idea you don’t follow it through, the moment is lost.” His image is a reflection of his mind, this is why the line is continuous. “I try to keep up with the idea so that it doesn’t escape me.”
His work brings a new question on Street Art: does it have to be ON the streets or inspired BY the streets?
See more of his art works: http://www.renealmanza.net/framesalmanza.html
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