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Dalí and Miró Meet Digital Art in Surreal 3D Illustrations

Illustrator Daniel Aristizábal revives 20th century art movements with digital graphics in eye-popping colors.

by Sami Emory
Apr 3 2015, 3:50pm

From the Huevos series. All images via

Colombian illustrator Daniel Aristizábal compacts the all-star mediums and genres of 20th century artistic movements into user-friendly, candy-colored graphics. As chronicled on his Instagram, Aristizábal applies V-Ray to dadaism, glitch art to cubism, and takes futurism digital, bundling it all up in the bubbly pastel palette of pop. In his projects, the artist has riffed on Salvador Dalí's eggs with his Huevos series and hits the warped waves with Joan Miró in his Sunny days are coming pieces. Despite the succession of stylistic influences, however, the artist sees his art as fundamentally uncomplicated: “My work is full of simplicity and organic shapes,” he tells the Instagram Blog. “It is nostalgic in its essence.”

Experience Aristizábal’s brain-bending visuals below:

Visuals created for Toy nail polish

Visuals created for Toy nail polish

Glitched Cubism

36 Days Type

Relentless Pencil Attack

For more of Aristizábal’s work, follow him on Instagram or check out his Behance page.

Via Instagram

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