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Philosophy of Science ii metaphysical art drawing contemporary artist Daniel Martin Diaz
Philosophy of Science i metaphysical art drawing American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

His compelling drawings on recycled paper collages seem to be coming from a scientist who meticulously tries to prove the connection between geometry, Catholic saints and UFO inductions. Visually stunning in details and mathematical perfection, his seemingly religious depictions are in reality showing us his personal impressions of the current state of the world with all its delusions and absurdities without losing an eye of the persistence of the divine. 

During ART CAN DIE's exhibition in Bangkok, Diaz will reveal several drawings. Each will illustrate the theme, and the philosophy, of the New Ark.

BY ART CAN DIE

Art Can Die web3 DAO American artist Daniel Martin Diaz by Allan Sturm
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Diaz is an American fine artist whose work has been exhibited worldwide, published in LA and NY Times, Juxtapoz, Hi-Fructose, featured in Netflix’s Black Mirror, in a book for HBO’s Game of Thrones, and in five personal art books.

He has designed artworks for large public art projects in the US and has won many awards such as a gold and platinum record designed for Atlantic Records.

Daniel Martin Diaz

WORK

01. Mind Projection

Graphite, ink, grease pencil, on found paper.

11.75 x 9.25 in

02. Psychische Physik

Graphite, ink, grease pencil, on found paper.

15 x 12 in

03. Cosmological Mysteries

Graphite on aged paper.

9 x 12 in

04. The End Is Near

Graphite, ink, grease pencil, on found paper.

20 x 26 in

05. Altruism

India ink, crimson pencil on paper.

11 x 8.5 in

06. Atomic Man

Graphite on aged paper.

9 x 12 in

07. Thought Suppression

Graphite, ink, grease pencil, on found paper.

8.5 x 11 in

Mind Projection graphite ink pencil metaphysics art drawing by American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

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Psychische Physik UFO metaphysics art drawing by American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

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Cosmological Mysteries metaphysics scientific art drawing by Daniel Martin Diaz

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The End Is Near science fiction metaphysical art drawing contemporary artist Daniel Martin Diaz

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Altruism consciousness metaphysics art drawing by contemporary artist Daniel Martin Diaz

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Atomic Man metaphysics graphite art drawing aged paper American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

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Thought Suppression graphite ink pencil art drawing by American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

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Diaz has a deep interest in exploring the mysteries of life and science, through concepts including cosmology, quantum physics, and consciousness, while seeing value in the symbols and imagery that help illustrate such complex theories and properties.

 

The artist's influences include an eclectic mix from fantastical Mexican Retablos, mystical votive offerings, the Early Netherlandish painters, Gothic ornamentation, alchemy, science fiction movies as well as symbolism culled from assorted secret societies. 

WORK

Mind Projection graphite ink pencil metaphysics art drawing by American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

Mind Projection.

Psychische Physik UFO metaphysics art drawing by American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

Psychische Physik.

Cosmological Mysteries metaphysics scientific art drawing by Daniel Martin Diaz

Cosmological Mysteries.

The End Is Near science fiction metaphysical art drawing contemporary artist Daniel Martin Diaz

The End Is Near.

Altruism consciousness metaphysics art drawing by contemporary artist Daniel Martin Diaz

Altruism.

Atomic Man metaphysics graphite art drawing aged paper American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

Atomic Man.

Thought Suppression graphite ink pencil art drawing by American artist Daniel Martin Diaz

Thought Suppression.

Diaz has a deep interest in exploring the mysteries of life and science, through concepts including cosmology, quantum physics, and consciousness, while seeing value in the symbols and imagery that help illustrate such complex theories and properties.

 

The artist's influences include an eclectic mix from fantastical Mexican Retablos, mystical votive offerings, the Early Netherlandish painters, Gothic ornamentation, alchemy, science fiction movies as well as symbolism culled from assorted secret societies.