Sense of humor and always with passion

Toni Sanchez is a Spanish artist who specializes in graphic design. He studied at the Faculty of Law of the University of Valencia for three years before deciding to pursue his dream of becoming an artist. He then attended The School of Arts and Crafts to study graphic design.


Sanchez’s artwork often features bold colors and geometric shapes. He has said that he is inspired by the work of Joan Miro and Pablo Picasso, as well as by nature and architecture.


Sanchez has exhibited his work in Spain, France, Italy, and the United States. He currently lives and works in Valencia, Spain.


About Toni

Toni continued to explore the Pop Art genre, studying it in depth wherever his travels took him. This allowed him to develop his own unique style, which he continues to use today. He was particularly drawn to the use of Ben-Day dots, which he used to create some of his most brilliant and visually striking works. This technique perfectly suited his perfectionist tendencies, and allowed him to produce truly exceptional pieces of art.


Creating Technique

Toni Sanchez is a Cuban-American artist who specializes in stippling, or creating images using tiny dots. His works are original drawings, usually featuring pop icons or imagined scenes of human interaction. He has a unique vision that he brings to this classic technique, often with a sense of humor and always with passion.

Sanchez was born in Cuba and immigrated to the United States with his family when he was a child. He grew up in Miami, Florida and began drawing at an early age. He developed his stippling technique while working as a graphic designer, and he has been creating stipple drawings ever since.

Sanchez’s work has been featured in galleries and exhibitions across the United States, and he has won numerous awards for his art. He is currently working on a series of stipple drawings that feature Cuban landmarks and landscapes.

Special Attributes

How you create your art and also disciplines used and why.

It all starts with a simple sketch made in Photoshop, there I have the freedom and the possibility of mistakes and successes.  Then I make the design on high quality pure linen, using pencil or brush.  I use the same technique as the old masters (anchoring technique) starting with paint and solvent, without mediums and adding oil in the following layers, this will give the Piece much more, flexibility, durability and certainly a lot of quality…….