The budding artist Miller Laberinto (born Oct. 2, 1996 ) embraces contemporary realism and surrealism as his art style which he manifests in his enigmatic, vintage-themed “Card Face” oil painting collection. The concept of “Card Face”, his muse, is symbolic of the artist’s views of taking risks, deconstructions, and departing from the conventional. Miller also channel his inner frustrated musician by incorporating musical ensemble and instruments in his subject. His admiration for vintage and cryptic photographs, classical music, and old-time pieces were vibrantly expressed, and were aesthetically organized in his compositions. The artist is also inspired by the works of Rembrandt, Da Vinci, Michaelangelo, Nicola
Samori, Mitch Griffiths and Ransom Riggs. Miller Laberinto earned his Bachelor’s degree in Fine Arts from the Royal and Pontifical University of Santo Tomas where he graduated as Cum Laude.