Created and Sold by Sanz i Vila

Sanz i Vila
Murals by Sanz i Vila seen at Paradiso Ibiza Art Hotel, Sant Josep de sa Talaia - Mural


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Nice cactus and three inseparable birds fluttering artwork this room was done by Sanz i Vila.

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Sanz i Vila

Meet the Creator

Illustrator born in Denia, Alicante, in 1980.

Bachelor of Fine Arts from the Miguel Hernandez University, having completed part of the career at the Complutense University of Madrid with a Seneca scholarship. After the degree, he holds a Master’s Degree in Teacher Training.

During this stage he works on engravings and oil paintings inspired by pop art and figuration, perfects the technique and specializes in the use of screen printing, painting and mainly drawing and illustration. He shows his works in collective exhibitions and performs his works in collective exhibitions and performs his first works related to illustration and graphic design for companies and individuals.

In 2013 he finished his studies and began to work in what is currently considered his personal style, a work based on the predominant and exclusive use of three unique colors (pink, blue and yellow) uninterruptedly through different styles and techniques, but mainly focused on pop art and the use of pencils, inks and acrylics. His works have been exposed temporarily in fairs such as ARCO, Mulafest or MARTE fair and permanently in galleries such as Mad is mad or Gunter Gallery.

Among his collaborations with brands and organizations we can find some such as Beefeater in collaboration with Low Festival, WeTransfer, poster for the fight for the Arctic of Greenpeace, exhibition for the Circuit Festival Barcelona, Official Instagram as creator of geofilters for the city of Madrid, Mad Cool Festival, Alhambra Beers, Snapchat or Coca-Cola, among others. GQ man of the week in April 2017.

He has worked as an illustrator for different national and international publishers and magazines and is the author of the books “Triamor (2014), “Gael’s boyfriends” (Ed. Hydroplane, 2016) and “A good day to disappear” (Lunwerg. Group Planet, 2017).

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