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Flyers: From heaven to Madrid

FLYER: derived from the word fly (fly) and refers to the first flyers (leaflets) launched from the aircraft during World War II.
Now known as the invitation or pass, especially to raise awareness of a nightclub, club, pub ... Basically a simple support ephemeral, perishable, and that its use is often unique to a single night and spatially localized. Serves only to one place.

Mass reproduction and propaganda systematically contains art away, but his strong visual aesthetic is fascinating.

The study of this new culture born of the computer, information overload, the born and brought as globalization, Internet, etc.., Created a new aesthetic of exciting images that give us the keys of the moment in which we live, the "contemporary" in this new century.

The painting has always wisely represent contemporary and flyers are a good starting point aesthetic to represent the spirit of our society.

Martin Bartholomew boxes represent the spirit of those flyers, no advertising or DJ's performances, so there is the essence of the street, changing cultural society, burdened Information and perpetual state of expansion and retooling .

So their works are born from technology, first using the computer to create and work sketches, and then back to the shop to work on the canvas, transforming a digital image, ephemeral, reproducible and localized, in a tangible work of art .

The visual aesthetic of his paintings at first glance retains an air of cleanliness due to its digital origin, but is a mere impression. The brush and oil are to be seen in his works, able to create an organic fabric mixed with almost cartographic constructions are compounded by the fragmentation of their canvases, which seem to reproduce as pictorial forms they contain.

Manuel Ángel Martín Bartolomé
C.S.C. Joan Miró, Móstoles Madrid


3, 2, 1... Fire
Martín Bartolomé
Helena Cabello
Flyer,s from heaven to Madrid
Martín Bartolomé
Felix Matilla
Treatment Room
Fast Bussines Art

Martín Bartolomé
Treatment Room 2

Martín Bartolomé