This activist’s digital artwork is inspired by surrealist master Salvador Dali.
The beauty of art is that it challenges an individual to broaden their perspective without actually pushing them outside of their comfort zone. This is important, because if a society refuses to be open-minded, then it will be challenged to grow and evolve with the rest of the world.
“I create digital drawings in Photoshop. Many people ask me if I use some 3D programs. I answer no. I use only Photoshop. I like to draw and I always liked surrealism since I was kid. The surrealism masters as Salvador Dalí, René Magritte and De Chirico have always caught my attention. The influence of them in some of my works is evident, more specifically Dalí’s.”
Inspired by everyday objects, Caram is able to convey important lessons in his intriguing artwork. Scroll through the following 40 images and contemplate what messages he sought to express: