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Daniel Gonzalez

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ABOUT THIS ARTIST

Daniel Gonzalez, Graphic Artist

Daniel González is a printmaker and graphic designer based in Los Angeles, California. His experience as a son of immigrants and shared childhood between Mexico and the United States has had a profound influence in his work. He began his focus in the arts through free community art programs in Los Angeles. He attended the California College of Arts where he began to work as a printmaker and later continue to develop his practice at the Mission Cultural Center and the San Francisco Center for the Book. His works are now in many university special collections libraries and has exhibited internationally. Daniel completed his undergraduate studies at UCLA in Design Media Arts and has continued to work and lecture about his work and printmaking with a focus on social justice issues. Currently, he works from his home studio where he continues to publish relief print editions and collaborate with clients.

Disciplines

Art Direction,Graphic Design,Illustration

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