Random Inspiration: Jordi Diaz Alama

by Matthew Innis |

Barcelonan Jordi Díaz Alamà (b. 1986, Granollers, Catalonia) has made a significant impact on the art world in a very short amount of time.  Not yet thirty, Díaz has already acquired tremendous training, won worldwide recognition for his artwork, and co-founded a successful school of traditional art. In 2008, Díaz graduated from the School of Fine…

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