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Blogs We Like: COPiO (Pablo Aguilar)
Aguilar’s work is (like past featured illustrator Jon Macnair) a surrealistic bestiary with just a sprinkling of the everyday. As he describes it, the COPiO aesthetic is one of “creeping and disturbing characters that arise in the delirium of abundant and blunt lines.” COPiO’s is a gorgeously detailed world of tree-bearded pals, breathtaking women, “spitty-chatter" half-creatures, and omnipresent eating. So pretty much like Aguilar’s home, New York.
As interesting and novel as Aguilar’s subjects are, though, it’s his line work and textures that really show his genius. Each piece is massively saturated without looking noisy, combining a staggering volume of detail with a reserved color palette, giving Aguilar’s world a giddy, humming solidity. Aguilar’s use of the term “delirium” in describing his work is absolutely warranted—even a light perusal elicits a sense of cool glee.
Follow COPiO here on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and check out his shop on Etsy.
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Blogs We Like: COPiO (Pablo Aguilar)
Aguilar’s work is (like past featured illustrator Jon Macnair) a surrealistic bestiary with just a sprinkling of the everyday. As he describes it, the COPiO aesthetic is one of “creeping and disturbing characters that arise in the delirium of abundant and blunt lines.” COPiO’s is a gorgeously detailed world of tree-bearded pals, breathtaking women, “spitty-chatter" half-creatures, and omnipresent eating. So pretty much like Aguilar’s home, New York.
As interesting and novel as Aguilar’s subjects are, though, it’s his line work and textures that really show his genius. Each piece is massively saturated without looking noisy, combining a staggering volume of detail with a reserved color palette, giving Aguilar’s world a giddy, humming solidity. Aguilar’s use of the term “delirium” in describing his work is absolutely warranted—even a light perusal elicits a sense of cool glee.
Follow COPiO here on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and check out his shop on Etsy.
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Blogs We Like: COPiO (Pablo Aguilar)
Aguilar’s work is (like past featured illustrator Jon Macnair) a surrealistic bestiary with just a sprinkling of the everyday. As he describes it, the COPiO aesthetic is one of “creeping and disturbing characters that arise in the delirium of abundant and blunt lines.” COPiO’s is a gorgeously detailed world of tree-bearded pals, breathtaking women, “spitty-chatter" half-creatures, and omnipresent eating. So pretty much like Aguilar’s home, New York.
As interesting and novel as Aguilar’s subjects are, though, it’s his line work and textures that really show his genius. Each piece is massively saturated without looking noisy, combining a staggering volume of detail with a reserved color palette, giving Aguilar’s world a giddy, humming solidity. Aguilar’s use of the term “delirium” in describing his work is absolutely warranted—even a light perusal elicits a sense of cool glee.
Follow COPiO here on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and check out his shop on Etsy.
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Blogs We Like: COPiO (Pablo Aguilar)
Aguilar’s work is (like past featured illustrator Jon Macnair) a surrealistic bestiary with just a sprinkling of the everyday. As he describes it, the COPiO aesthetic is one of “creeping and disturbing characters that arise in the delirium of abundant and blunt lines.” COPiO’s is a gorgeously detailed world of tree-bearded pals, breathtaking women, “spitty-chatter" half-creatures, and omnipresent eating. So pretty much like Aguilar’s home, New York.
As interesting and novel as Aguilar’s subjects are, though, it’s his line work and textures that really show his genius. Each piece is massively saturated without looking noisy, combining a staggering volume of detail with a reserved color palette, giving Aguilar’s world a giddy, humming solidity. Aguilar’s use of the term “delirium” in describing his work is absolutely warranted—even a light perusal elicits a sense of cool glee.
Follow COPiO here on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and check out his shop on Etsy.
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Blogs We Like: COPiO (Pablo Aguilar)

Aguilar’s work is (like past featured illustrator Jon Macnair) a surrealistic bestiary with just a sprinkling of the everyday. As he describes it, the COPiO aesthetic is one of “creeping and disturbing characters that arise in the delirium of abundant and blunt lines.” COPiO’s is a gorgeously detailed world of tree-bearded pals, breathtaking women, “spitty-chatter" half-creatures, and omnipresent eating. So pretty much like Aguilar’s home, New York.

As interesting and novel as Aguilar’s subjects are, though, it’s his line work and textures that really show his genius. Each piece is massively saturated without looking noisy, combining a staggering volume of detail with a reserved color palette, giving Aguilar’s world a giddy, humming solidity. Aguilar’s use of the term “delirium” in describing his work is absolutely warranted—even a light perusal elicits a sense of cool glee.

Follow COPiO here on Tumblr, Twitter, Facebook, and Instagram, and check out his shop on Etsy.

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