Artworks by Mario Corea Aiello

Mario Corea Aiello
Great Artworks by Mario Corea Aiello, an Illustrator from Spain.

4/6/2011
06:00

Let’s start a discussion:

What do you think about these works?

Jonas Kamber
4/6/2011
09:24

Obscure work! I do not like!

ART-a-DESIGNER
4/6/2011
14:55

Perhaps you should make this 40 years ago … one thing is to get to these things over the years of work, and other plot elements of the composition to look appealing and attractive, in fact, there is little thought and genuine engagement in painting . This is just too effective. But unfortunately, these things still attract the most attention. Even the slightest deviation in the beginning, leading to large discrepancies in the end. It is better to simply be honest.

Of course, this is my personal opinion (not an axiom)

Ckosre
4/6/2011
16:09

I really like it. I don’t think it’s as easy to make compositions like this, that work, as it looks.
I like how I get an initial strong feeling from the paintings, but they also contain more subtle elements providing depth. It’s like they’re simple and complex at the same time.

Tim Spangsberg
4/6/2011
21:33

These seem pretty shallow. Seem, of course- I don’t know the concept behind them, but splicing women’s body parts in…as if that makes the painting.

rj
4/7/2011
02:28

Really like the texture in these pieces. I feel like these would be a lot better viewed in person, seeing work like this on a monitor usually makes it look super flat and you just lose the tactile feel of the work.

Adam
4/7/2011
08:02

just because you can’t make a whole conception only by viewing, it does not mean it’s actually that shallow. The layout and the color and anything else is the whole concept. You can’t simply grab a brush and splash random paint to make something like these. i personally think this is great, even if I don’t really understand the concept.

Giant
4/7/2011
12:58

i also like it, its strong composition and good working :)

Anda
4/11/2011
01:09

I like the textures and layers, they remind me of old posterboards that have been modified over years of use. Some of the compositions feel a lot stronger than the others, and I can’t help but feel that the collection would be even more compelling if some of them were busier to distract from the obvious advertisements in the mix. Still, I love this style.

Editing Luke
5/13/2011
10:34

Strong compositions , REALLY LOVE the textures, keep going dude! VERY NICE JOB.love it

Lamia
7/5/2011
07:38

I’d like to see the original pieces. You can’t judge anything by seeing it in this form only. I find them strong images but I’m imagining them very large and I think they are perhaps small.
I like them.

K BRUCE Canada
11/6/2011
02:18

These make more sense to me now knowing that the artist was born in 1939.

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