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The Interview with a Master of Photomanipulations – Raul Villalba
It is a bright mix of desirable inspiration and deep secrets of the artist.
Some people say that art is the reflection of somebody’s soul. How many people that are ready to open and show up their real soul, do you know? What if the depth of your soul is deeper than some people can even imagine, how far would you allow others to dig in it?
Raul Villalba is an artist who showcases the real depth of the human soul. Through his artworks, he expresses unimaginable parallel worlds and takes us on an unexpected journey into the deep secrets of humanity via his marvelous photo manipulations.
His art is so far and at the same time so close to the real world. There is nothing more real and unreal than passionate love, drama, beauty, hunger and so much more…
All that he does is just brings to the reality all the tiny pieces of the universe, transforming and shaping them into the new stream of art!
Raul Villalba lives in Argentina. He says that art is life, and life is the biggest adventure!
I am lucky to ask him just a few questions about his life and let’s see what he says!
Q: If you would ever become a movie director, what kind of movie would film?
R.V: Science fiction and fantasy
Q: What is your biggest dream?
R.V: Make posters for Hollywood movies
Q: Do you always achieve your goals?
Q: Would you like to try making your artworks in some other style?
R.V: I’ve done it and I think I will continue doing it because artists have been constantly changing inside and that means that sometimes we modify our styles.
Q: What would you call the biggest adventure of your life?
Q: Would you like to change something in your life?
R.V: No, and if I were to be born again, I would do exactly the same!
Q: Do you have any fears?
R.V: Yes, to be sick and not to be able to move on my own
Q: What would you like to try in this life?
R.V: All, and to be happy
Q: What is your hobby?
R.V: Ride motorcycles and travel without time
Lives in Buenos Aires, Argentina. More of his artworks you can find here