Jorge Daniel Nuñez (aka JDN73) is a first generation Mexican American artist, born in Southern California.
Jorge (JDN73) is a Los Angeles based self taught Pop Abstract Cartoonist Painter and Photographer.
Living in Los Angeles (that is enriched with Latino/Chicano culture), Jorge paints from his Mexican tradition and American culture.
His influences are Keith Haring, Frida Kahlo, Jean-Michel Basquiat, Francis Bacon, Andy Warhol and Banksy. With the paintings that Jorge has created, he wants the viewer to see the extraordinary in the ordinary. Making a simple statement to his audience.
Jorge Daniel Nunez has been photographed by Francesco Carrozzini for L’UOMO Vogue May/June 2009 issue. You’ll find a full page photograph of him with his artist statement.
On every painting that Jorge has created, you will find a puzzle piece. The puzzle is Jorge’s symbol and signature. It’s to bridge the gap between life and art. The true puzzle of life.