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Brains: Fine Art and Toy Design by Emilio Garcia

Published May 21, 2013

Emilio Garcia is a Spanish visual artist with a long career trajectory in different fields like illustration, design, creativity and art, among others.

“Emilio, concerned with the digitalization of our society, saw his culture moving slowly away from the tangible. As reaction to this, he left his multimedia career and embraced the tactile. Drawn to the fascination of plastic, he started a new stage with the Secret Lapo Laboratories, a space for plastic experimentation, where he can give capacity to his artistic restlessness, far away from bits, clicks, databases and scripts.”

He’s also the creator of “Jumping Brain“, a fine art shop selling limited-edition art pieces and toys.

Emilio Garcia’s website Emilio Garcia on Behance

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