Stor Dubiné


Stor_Dubine The freelance artist Néstor Pérez Inagas alias Stor Dubiné was born in 1962 in Caracas (Venezuela). Severely deaf from birth, he has lived and worked in Berlin since 1994.

His work includes a wide variety of Pop Art projects. His exhibitions combine illustration and design, animation and video.

His father discovered his artistic talent at an early age and placed him in a children's painting workshop at the Museum of Fine Arts in Caracas. There he had his first experiences with shapes, color and writing short stories.


Begin of the project of DUBINE's TEDDYBEARS for celebrities like Gloria Estefan, Emilio Estefan, Elton John, Conchita Wurst, Netta, Mike Tyson, Grace Jones, Jose Carreras, Udo Lindenberg, Ute Lemper, Nena, Harald Glööckler, Klaus Wowereit, Judy Winter, Romy Haag, Dunja Hayali, Dieter Kosslick, DJ Senay Gueler, Desirée Nick, Rozario Ray, Liane Wirzberger, Tracie Frank Mayer, Timo Joh Mayer, Julian Stöckel and many more.

Gala "TEMPO TEMPO" by Ronald McDonald Children's Aid Fundation18 personalized pillow "The Buddy Bears" for celebrities in Vienna.

Exhibtions Pop Art in Berlin, Köln, Frankfurt Main, Madrid.


He started to produce POP ART art, digital images, wallpapers and vinyl figures. for exhibitions and events.

Participation in the BLANKIE design competition of the AARTING GROUP from New York.

The design LA DOLOROSA was selected in the group of 12 best designs, produced and went into worldwide distribution. The BLANKIE series won the 2nd place in the 2010 TOY AWARD in PLASTIC AND PUSH magazine.

Many exhibitions in Galeries and events, Berlin.


he begin to work as an assistant for photographer as graphic design.

Nestor Perez started to produce flash animation videos.


He Had started to present Several small exhibitions in cafes, restaurants, AIDS Help, Zeiss Planetarium Berlin, Style and Bruch Gallery; the experimental video "LAS MANOS ILEGALES" (The Illegal Hands), which deals with the problems of illegal immigrants; Was presented at the International League for Human Rights in the House of World Cultures, on the occasion of the awarding of the Carl von Ossietzky Medal; and at multimedia exhibition "FLUG WEGE".


Inspired by a music title of Nina Hagen "GRETCHEN" he made a video, without understanding the German language is from the feeling of the music and voice the music video was created.

He decided to go to Europe with his art. He had an invitation to Berlin and he stayed.

1988 – 1991

Studied at the Institute of Cinematography COTRAIN. Created the videos "VIDA PRIVADA", "LA ULTIMA CENA", "ENCUENTROS DE LOS MUNDOS" With these videos participation in festivals in Venezuela (e.g. Film Festival in Merida) and the International Festival of Film and Video in Havana, Cuba.

His first Theater project "LAS MUERTAS" written, directed, performed at the Casa Romulo Gallegos Theater in Caracas. The proceeds from this play were donated to the School for the Deaf , where he had studied. This was his last play in Venezuela, it was difficult at that time for young artists to find sponsors.

1984 - 1987

He studied painting with Prof. Luis Alvarez de Lugo. One of the most famous painters of oil paint, portraits and panoramas in Venezuela painters. He has several major exhibitions in galleries with oil paint and pastel paintings in Caracas, Venezuela.

He became co-founder of the agency GPG Publicidad. And worked as art director and as art director of the agency Arana Publicidad y Espectaculos.

1983 - 1997

He created the art project "THE JONES AESTETIC, AN HORRIBLY BEAUTY WOMAN". He created a total of over 50 paintings and drawings inspired by the art, music and life of the singer Grace Jones.

1981 - 1984

he created the comics series "PAQUITO", "TEDDY", "MUPIES" and "CUENTOS DEL MUNDO" ("Great Tales of the WORLD") for The children's newspaper "The Meridianito" of the publishing house BLOQUE DE ARMAS in Caracas, Venezuela.

1976 – 1980

Completed training at the Academy of Fine Arts: ACADEMIA DE ARTE SANCHO, Caracas, Venezuela. Here already created several short stories, pencil drawings, as well as paintings in acrylic, oil and tempera. others, who were also presented with a print and/or a teddy by Dubiné on various occasions.

Stor Dubiné