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Paintings by Jose MertzJose Mertz is an artist and image maker...





















Paintings by Jose Mertz

Jose Mertz is an artist and image maker based in Miami, Fl. His creative area of interest range from traditional drawing and painting to graphic & product design.
He focuses on pushing an experimental original style with inspirations coming from Ancient Civilizations, Science Fiction, Eastern Philosophy, Dreams, Myth & the Super Natural. Follow him on Instagram.


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