Miroesque was inspired by the great Jean Miro, who used a large variety of anthropomorphic figures in his often-humorous paintings. It is one of three recent works in a series that focuses on highly colorful, abstract imagery with original music, also by this author. The music for Miroesque was composed before the animation, reversing the normal film-scoring process.
The work was created using software that gives the artist a high level of control while allowing the computer to "collaborate" on the decision-making process.
It was completed in 2016.