San Juan, Aug. 27 (EFE) .- Puerto Rican muralist Alexis Díaz continues to stand out around the world with his works, having created five pieces on Virgin Voyages’ Scarlet Lady cruise ship by man from British businessman and philanthropist Richard Branson.
“This is one of the biggest projects I have done in my life,” Díaz said in an interview with Efe this Friday about the payment received for his artistic work since he started his professional career in 2008.
As Díaz explained, over 2 years ago, a British design firm contacted him to paint several murals on the cruise.
Part of this interest was due to the “Elephant Octopus” mural that Díaz created in London.
THE PARTS WERE MADE WITH A BRUSH
Díaz stands out in his works for doing them with a small brush and black India ink.
It is for this reason that of the five murals he painted on the ship, three were drawn in black ink and the other two in white ink.
In addition to Díaz, other artists who captured their works on the ship were colleagues from Amsterdam and Belgium.
THE THEME OF THE CRUISE IS THE SEA
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