Monstruo: The Art of Carlos Huante by Carlos Huante, Scott Robertson
By Carlos Huante, Scott Robertson
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Monica, you are my every day inspiration in everything and I am so lucky to have you in my life. Thank you Mom and Dad for the gift of life, of love and drawing and always supporting me. Thanks to all my family Janet, Blanche, Ed, & my Nina Chela and Nino Rafael for always believing, Margaret thank you for all the prayers. Thanks Simon, Bertha, David, Joe, Janeci, for the undying hospitality, and to Johnny Vasquez to whom, with my wife, this book is dedicated. To all those who inspired me with their talent and friendship, here are just a few: Mike Spooner for getting me started, Jose Fernandez and Miles Teves my first meeting with excellence, Matthew Codd thanks for showing us all how to use markers, Ricardo Delgado, Mike Elizalde, Eric Robles, Moto, Jordu Schell, Dave Lowry, Steve Wang and Matt Rose thank you both for Predator, Mitch Devaine, Jim Kagel, Chiodo Brothers, Tyrone Williams, Charles Stanley, Rev.
56 57 58 59 60 62 64 65 66 69 70 71 72 74 76 78 80 81 82 83 84 85 86 87 88 89 90 92 93 96 97 98 99 100 101 102 104 105 106 107 109 110 118 Afterword Many people have asked me why I like drawing such dark subject matter. ” they ask. In high school I remember my art teacher—before she realized she had no chance of swaying my interests—suggested to me that I should explore more pleasant subject matter (flowers and such). My response is that I don’t see aliens and monsters as dark subject matter, but as the contrary.
Yeah, it’s nice having someone take care of you when you’re sick. The Meaning: People being scooped up and eaten and spit out and eaten again and again by their own vices. That’s pretty much it. You know I could leave the meaning of these pieces up to the viewer or to the critics, but then someone would come along and make up something about the work that has nothing to do with the piece or me. That would be unfair to you and to me. I find it really interesting when I read what an artist was thinking about when he/she did a particular piece, as long as it’s not some made-up blather.