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David de la Mano

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David de la Mano is a Spanish artist known for his large dystopian murals characterized by monochromatic composition and accumulation of human figures, as well as their strong poetic character. Initially inspired by the artist Blu, he has developed art projects in public spaces ranging from sculpture to installation and land art. David's work can be found across Norway, Peru, Uruguay, Argentina, Florida, Brazil, Taiwan, Paris, Spain and the UK.  The artist's originals compose of various mediums - his works on paper or canvas are made from materials ranging from pen, watercolours, ink, acrylic and collage.    

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