Carlos Lascano is a multi-faceted artist who has successfully made incursions into various forms of art creation.Writer, director, animator, illustrator, painter and photographer, his ability to tell stories and his unique visual universe led him to devote himself entirely to filmmaking, as it allowed him to merge all different forms of expression.
In 1997, after graduating from Law School but still captivated by his artistic vocation, he founded his own production company, at the head of which he developed commercials for big, international companies. At the same time he wrote, produced and directed several personal projects, for which he won international recognition.
Official Spot for the 50th anniversary of Amnesty International, directed by Carlos Lascano, produced by Eallin Motion Art and Dreamlife Studio, with Music by Academy Award Winner Hans Zimmer and Nominee Lorne Balfe.
His original artwork, editing and animation directing of “The Legend of the Scarecrow” earned the short film over 20 awards worldwide, a selection to the 20th Goya Awards, and a pre-selection to the 2005 Oscars.
His unique aesthetic universe is characterized by the mixing of textures, a predominance of illustration and pictorial art, and the combination of those with the using of new technologies.
During the last years, his artistic activity has devoted successfully to animation: the massive spreading and transcendence of his latest works (both personal and commercial), have earned him worldwide repercussion and have turned him into a reference point in modern animation.