We know that Ricky Martin NS Jwan Yusef They met thanks to Art. Swedish plastic artist, of Syrian origin, Joan Youssef sold his work on Instagram when the already successful Ricky Martin and father of two children at that time, Matteo and Valentino, found his profile on the networks.
Immediately, artist and artist Ricky Martin and Joan Youssef began a conversation that lasted a few months exchanging comments about the artwork.
Youssef was training in London and Ricky did not propose to meet there until after some time. According to both the 12-year-old singer and artist from Puerto Rico, the two already on that date felt like it was forever.
Educated in top design and art universities, Yusef holds an advanced degree in London, and shares a passion with Ricky Martin, who collected sculptures and paintings by his interview that adorn his entire house in Los Angeles.
Now, together they have a collection valued at several thousand dollars and several projects that are linked together with their great families and of course art as well.
The lovebirds compliment each other very well, and judging by their constant compliments on social networks, they also have an emotional connection that hasn’t faded as more children come into the family.
Beneficial for them, their projects, and the beautiful modern family they formed on the basis of effort, talent, and, without a doubt, a passion for art as an essential element.
Gwan Youssef and the profession of a painter
Gwan Youssef loved drawing since he was young. He directed her to academia, first at Stockholm University and then at Central Saint Martins in London, where he finished his Master of Fine Arts degree.
Before meeting Ricky Martin, he was already presented as a unique artist and suddenly, his hurricane of love with the famous Puerto Rican singer put him in a special place, also in terms of his talent and career.
Joan said of Ricky Martin’s family that they have a “multi-lingual” environment because they speak not only English and French but also Spanish. This somehow makes the world open up more and his art absorbs it.
As an artist, he defines himself as very classical and has painting and its purest techniques as reference. It is difficult for him to view installations as “art” as he works with an identity. He is interested in exploring gender, politics, and cultural conflicts through painting.
In an interview with ABC, he declared that he is lucky to be an artist who doesn’t have to “work for anything else” but currently the situation in London is not easy for that profession.
What do you think of the work of Gwan Youssef?
“Social media guru. Falls down a lot. Freelance coffee fanatic. Tv enthusiast. Gamer. Web lover. Unapologetic troublemaker.”