Christian Orrillo is a self-taught, visual artist from Peru, currently living in Chile. Most of the art pieces Christian showcases online have a glowy and fantastic feel and can be categorized as a contemporary art. Just imagine all of his fantasy characters living in the color space setting with all the imaginary details he puts into his creations.
Lima, Peru based artist Ana Teresa Barboza creates landscapes and other imagery that exists in the space between tapestry and sculpture using embroidery, yarn, and wool. Emulating the flow of waves or grass, each piece breaks out of its embroidery hoop and tumbles down the wall upon which it is being displayed.
“Both embroidery and crocheting are techniques that require time. I use these techniques in order to make a connection between manual work and the processes of nature; creating thread structures similar to the structures that make a plant for example.” Ana Teresa Barboza
Daniel Cortez aka Decertor, originates from Lima, Peru. Decertor blends a broad palette of vivid colors on his large murals and illegal street pieces, attracted by the permanent support and sustainability of the work in public space, taking some influence from national fabrics. His lifelike characters often have stone-faced looks. Daniel started out painting tribute murals for murdered gang members in rough neighbourhoods of Lima.