Author: Daniel Blázquez

Dani Blázquez is a freelance illustrator based in Salamanca (Spain). He started his career in 2013. He has been involved on international projects in countries like USA, Germany, Australia or Canada. He combines this commissions with exhibitions for galleries like "Hero Complex" and "Gallery 1988" in Los Angeles, or the "Bottleneck Gallery" in Brooklyn. His work have been featured on blogs like "Abduzeedo", "From Up North", or "Geektyrant" among others. Also in books like "Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground" (USA), "Geek-Art. Une Anthologie" (France) or "A/Zeta. Guía al mundo del cine" (Argentina). Some of his references are related with the pop culture, popular icons (specially from the film industry), and the aesthetics/graphic style of the 80’s/90‘s. His work is mainly a mixture of traditional graphite drawing and digital color & adjustments.
Dani Blázquez is a freelance illustrator based in Salamanca (Spain). He started his career in 2013. He has been involved on international projects in countries like USA, Germany, Australia or Canada. He combines this commissions with exhibitions for galleries like "Hero Complex" and "Gallery 1988" in Los Angeles, or the "Bottleneck Gallery" in Brooklyn. His work have been featured on blogs like "Abduzeedo", "From Up North", or "Geektyrant" among others. Also in books like "Alternative Movie Posters: Film Art from the Underground" (USA), "Geek-Art. Une Anthologie" (France) or "A/Zeta. Guía al mundo del cine" (Argentina). Some of his references are related with the pop culture, popular icons (specially from the film industry), and the aesthetics/graphic style of the 80’s/90‘s. His work is mainly a mixture of traditional graphite drawing and digital color & adjustments.