Many are familiar with the iconic, surreal world of the Catalan artist Joan Miró, in which the stylistic traits of Fauvism, Cubism and Dadaism are intertwined in a remarkable way. The artist’s colorful, symbolic, and playful yet serious visual style now comes to life on 3D compositions.
Russian illustrator and graphic designer Alina Druzhaeva created 3D works inspired by the richness of Miró’s graphic expression. Instead of using canvas, brushes, and paint, Miró’s signature characters are transformed into three-dimensional figures via digital tools.
Alina Druzhaeva | Behance