Harry Diaz is a Los Angeles artist who comes by way of Guatemala. His work relies on simple shapes and colors that make a print. They look like strange atoms or a stamp, isolated circular color combinations made by hand.
Everything Diaz makes you would assume to be the product of printmaking. A lot his works, his cards and posters, are in fact prints. They are very precise and clean and it only and have the airiness of negative space all prints have. What’s funny is thta a lot of the time Diaz slips in acrylic paintings and drawings that look like prints in with his actual prints. It’s a very interesting relationship to see the printer imitating the artist imitating the printer.