Armed with nerves of steel, artist Pablo Ruiz Jurado creates incredibly detailed portraits by painting thousands of tiny dots onto a white canvas. Speaking about his creative approach, he explains: “From a creative concept based primarily on the representation of a person, I try to tell the story of the protagonist through a minimalist vision. My current work focuses on the impressionist technique – complex but very precise.”
The artist was born in 1973 in Milan, Italy. Pablo fell in love with graphics at a very early age, after discovering American and European comics. Later, studying the history of art and artists, including Gustav Klimt, Egon Schiele, Georges Pierre Seurat, Vincent van Gogh, Pablo Picasso, he became interested in painting.
Today, Pablo Ruiz Jurado is known for his ultra-realistic pointillist and grainy portraits. The Spanish artist uses countless black dots to create his amazing works of art that highlight very current themes: love, disappointment, nature, childhood.