Every day the Cuban painter stands out more on social networks thanks to his own style in which the hyper-realistic technique is as invisible as the result is surprising.
Since he lives and works in Miami, the artist Darian Rodriguez Mederos, 28, has become one of the painters who arouses the most interest on social media.
On the beginnings of Darian Mederos
He began to excel in his early years at the Leopoldo Romañach art school, in his native Cuba, to later spend the last two at San Alejandro, in Havana.
The success of Darian Mederos in Social Networks
Rare is the Twitter or Instagram art account that has not published any of his paintings to the surprise of his followers. And it is not for less: the artist brings to his hyperrealist paintings an element so common that it seems a surrealist verse, turning the work into a slight deformation of what he was most afraid of painting: faces.
About Darian Mederos' technique
Mederos likes to play with light and, above all, to put technique at its service. Easily recognizable are his works in which he seems to have placed an alveolar film (or as it is known worldwide, bubble wrap) in front of the viewer's eyes, although he has also played with water reflections or even maxi-pointillism.