Felipe Pantone

Felipe Pantone

Argentina • Born in: 1986

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Felipe Pantone is an Argentinian artist, born in Buenos Aires. When he was young, he moved to Spain and discovered graffiti and then experimented with it. He obtained a diploma in art in Valencia, his studio is located there. An eternal wanderer, his mural paintings are visible in Tokyo, London, Osaka, Paris and many other cities. Felipe Pantone draws inspiration from several artists like José María Yturralde, Frédéric Platéus, Herb Lubalin, Sozyone Gonzalez, Steven Powers, not to mention Demsky…

His work combines typography and abstraction with extremely modern aesthetics. Strictly avant garde, his unique style re-invents graffiti art with futuristic and kinetic art. He uses a palette of colors with geometric pattern of optical art, by defying movement and perspective. A true chameleon, he explores text, neon and metallic colors....Felipe Pantone puts together a new visual language, on the borders of the digital era, technology and society. His creations trigger an almost instinctive attraction and summons a unique vision, by immersing us until we are completely overwhelmed.

His work has been exhibited around Europe, America, Australia and Asia.

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Subtractive Variability Circular, Felipe Pantone

Subtractive Variability Circular

Felipe Pantone

Sculpture - 100 x 100 x 5 cm

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W3-Dimensional 15 by Felipe Pantone, Felipe Pantone

W3-Dimensional 15 by Felipe Pantone

Felipe Pantone

Sculpture - 100 x 131 x 30 cm

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Who is the artist?

Felipe Pantone is an Argentinian artist, born in Buenos Aires. When he was young, he moved to Spain and discovered graffiti and then experimented with it. He obtained a diploma in art in Valencia, his studio is located there. An eternal wanderer, his mural paintings are visible in Tokyo, London, Osaka, Paris and many other cities. Felipe Pantone draws inspiration from several artists like José María Yturralde, Frédéric Platéus, Herb Lubalin, Sozyone Gonzalez, Steven Powers, not to mention Demsky…

His work combines typography and abstraction with extremely modern aesthetics. Strictly avant garde, his unique style re-invents graffiti art with futuristic and kinetic art. He uses a palette of colors with geometric pattern of optical art, by defying movement and perspective. A true chameleon, he explores text, neon and metallic colors....Felipe Pantone puts together a new visual language, on the borders of the digital era, technology and society. His creations trigger an almost instinctive attraction and summons a unique vision, by immersing us until we are completely overwhelmed.

His work has been exhibited around Europe, America, Australia and Asia.

What is Felipe Pantone’s artistic movement?

The artistic movements of the artists are: Op' Art, Colorful Geometric Painters

When was Felipe Pantone born?

The year of birth of the artist is: 1986