“Let There Be Light”: The Dreamy and Surreal Universe of Joseba Elorza

Joseba Elorza (a.k.a. MiraRuido) is a digital artist. As a freelance illustrator and animator, he has worked for publications like Esquire or WSJ and directed videos for brands like National Geographic, Amazon Studios or music bands like Green Day among others.

He tries to make his creations go beyond being just a pretty picture; by creating impossible worlds and implausible situations, the purpose is to produce in the viewer an ironic half-smile or feelings like uneasiness or disbelief.

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