Ramiro Davaro-Comas is an Argentine/American artist living in Brooklyn, NY. He has been painting since he was a child, and his work is heavily influenced by his travels, street life, comic books, South American/European Muralism, skateboarding culture, and animation. Davaro-Comas works within his own vocabulary of characters, symbols, and iconography. Creating fantastical worlds in which his characters float and loom about and seem to always be on the search. His work has an underlying social narrative that prods its viewer to ask questions and create their own storyline to his images.
He is currently publishing zines/books, painting murals, working on creative projects for snowboard and skateboard companies, and showing his work through different exhibits and projects. Davaro-Comas has lived, created work and shown in Amsterdam, New York, Barcelona, Berlin, Prague, Miami, Orlando, Boston, Brooklyn, Savannah, Providence, and Buenos Aires.
Ramiro also founded and directs – Dripped on the Road – a traveling artist residency program based out of an RV. Dripped on the Road’s mission is to enhance the visual atmosphere in communities through public art installations and murals while fostering a creative environment in a traveling studio for its resident artists.
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