Over the past 15 years, Belin captured human nature through his own quest, looking for perfection in shapes and lines. He is now looking after another kind of aesthetic pleasure: he started to implement multiple angles and techniques about faces and bodies, to free forms and rules, trying to give a better sense of human expressions and feelings’ diversity.
Breaking the rules of proportion is currently his source of inspiration to create abstraction through the representation of multiplied view and angles. It leads him to explore deeper subjective art : his characters faces are disassembled and reassembled to show all nuances and differences of expressions and human feelings. In this artistic process, he keeps using vivid colours and a mix of textures, as you can see for his artwork “Autorretrato”. The lithograph “Autorretrato” highlights his talent to mix photorealism and surrealism to create a special and unique character.