Felipe Pantone (Argentinian-Spanish, born 1986) is an abstract artist focusing on the themes of dynamism, transformation, and omnipresence.
Pantone, who describes himself as a "child of the internet era," uses his dual influences of technology and graffiti to create pieces that land at the intersection of the digital world and street art. He works with bold color contrasts, moiré patterns and optical illusions to create Blade Runner-like works that produce the sensation of vibration as the viewer’s position changes in relation to his work.
His pieces have been featured in shows at the Mesa Contemporary Art Center, Mesa, AZ; the MIMA Museum, Brussels, Belgium; and Beyond the Streets, NYC, among others. His murals and installations have also taken over public spaces worldwide from New York to Bangkok to Moscow.
Pantone created CHROMADYNAMICA, a series of unique abstract works that straddle the line between graffiti, painting and typography. The series is not true to one medium: CHROMADYNAMICA has taken the form of murals, paintings, and installations. He plays with his signature themes of the futuristic present and the analog past to create dynamic, colorful, pixelated pieces that excite the eye.
CHROMADYNAMICA MSS utilizes enamel painted onto an aluminum composite panel to create the glitchy piece, which hews closely to his most prominent aesthetic.