The genius behind this amazing digital art piece is Nico Di Mattia, an Argentinian artist who also works independently in animation and film direction, as well as a
freelance illustrator and caricaturist for different business and
private clients from all the world.
Ever since he was a child, he was attracted to the arts, comic books, animation and narration.
In 1998, at the age of 15, he independently published his first comic book.
In 2001, he entered the Cinema and TV School at Cordoba´s National University. It was during his first year at Cordoba´s National University that Nico made his very first “speedpainting”.
It was a painting of the poster from “Planet of the Apes“, created on his bedroom wall with acrylics. This process, which he recorded on VHS, was accelerated and musicalized, resulting in a performance that he called “Arte Fusion”.
Various high-profile projects that came along afterward put him on the map of creative industry who's who.
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