Saner @ Anno Domini

I was just checking out Anno Domini‘s website last night and came across some really cool work from Saner/Edgar Flores, who just so happens to currently have a solo show at the gallery.

Saner (b. 1981) is a visual artist, illustrator and muralist that discovered his love for graffiti at an early age which ultimately led him to pursue a career in graphic design. The work of Edgar Flores (aka Saner) uses everyday life and their roots to create magic beings with popular pre-hispanic reminiscences beside images influenced by the aesthetics of Mexican masks.
confesiones de una mascara is Saner’s debut solo exhibition.
Exhibit on view thru April 18, 2009 A.D.

I haven’t been able to find any of Saner’s street work online (besides work he’s done outside of Anno Domini), but I’m told he does/did work on the street. Either way, his work is really impressive and something pretty different. A few pieces remind me of Os Gêmeos, but only enough to make me think he’s talented, not enough to be annoying.


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