Unknown Love by David Durà

The holographic projections of female characters, more cyborgs than real women, transport us into a reality that is not so far from ours, made of neon dreams. David Durà evokes in the viewer curiosity and seduces by sensual gazes of his beautiful protagonists hidden by the deep shadows. Based in The Netherlands, David fell in love with animation while studying design in the city of Barcelona. Animation allowed him to explore new worlds and techniques, focusing on light, color and composition. David creates a unique poetic language and situates his stunning work halfway between cyber world and a human one.


The illustration is an homage to the painting "Henry Ford Hospital" by FRIDA KAHLO. I went after the idea of painful love, or maybe better, the lack of it. I imagined a woman waking up in a bed, without memories, with some replaced parts of her body. Feeling the emptiness, the hole in your hopefully intact heart, the pain of not knowing, who you loved, or who loved you back.
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