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We search for talented artists across Mexico and invite them to be part of our platform. We then do everything we can to introduce them to greater markets so that they make a better living from their work.

Our debut NYC exhibition "New York Titans" featured over 30 collaborations with 14 Mexican artists. By collaborating with other artists, we provide an opportunity for Mexican artists to exhibit in the United States, Europe, and beyond, helping them build recognition and wealth.

We introduce our platform of artists to business owners, private clients, and collectors alike, for the option of creating custom-made pieces especially made for their home or business. If you represent a hotel, restaurant, design firm, or simply interested in having our work in your business, you can reach out to us via our contact page.

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14 one-of-a-kind large scale drawings made by rombo co-founder diego salazar



28 collaborations with 14 oaxacan artists



7 digital art works by seven new york artists

 

NEW YORK

During a walk around the 9/11 Memorial, a trivial question came to mind. “What if buildings could feel?” How would the buildings around the Twin Towers have felt during that fateful day? This simple thought served as a guiding objective for Rombo’s series of sketches, drawings, and sculptures.  It later became the genesis of fourteen 36”x60” dry pastel drawings, each drawing featuring one or more iconic New York buildings, imbued with life. 

Rombo’s surreal depictions of humanoid buildings elicit a sense of recognizability with a refreshing whim of humor. The simple joy of sipping an espresso, the intimacy of bedroom romance, the struggle against violence and the inconceivable effects of a global pandemic are among the scenes depicted in this playful and provoking series. 

New York Titans is an ode to a city, and showcases what we might see in ourselves when we look at the big picture.

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mexican artists in the rombo platform