Jazmin de la Guardia is an artist and printmaker whose practice mainly focuses on the study of patterns and textures. She was born in Paraguay and later moved to Uruguay where she earned an Associates Degree in Graphic Design. After finishing her studies she made the decision to move to New York and continue her education at Pratt Institute, where she received her Bachelors Degree in Fine Arts.
Currently, Jazmin’s work is about conveying the idea of landscapes or topographical views through the exploration of fractal textures. These textures are created by hand and later manipulated digitally by repeatedly layering, cropping, and blending them. Jazmin is also working on developing wallpaper and textile designs based on years of researching various cultures as well as experimenting with accidents and chance.