Posts Tagged ‘Illustration’

Havana. Poster, book & cigar

November 22, 2011

© Havana.Carlos Zamora Design & Illustration

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2010 Lafayette Square Spring Tour

April 28, 2010

The Tempest Ball 2010

March 13, 2010

The Tempest Ball audiovisual piece is here. This is a 47 seconds motion graphic piece that will be promoting the Shakespeare Festival St Louis’ 10th Anniversary Gala. Visit The Tempest Ball 2010 Facebook page for more.

Ariel & Caliban

December 16, 2009

2009 Holiday Parlor Tour Lafayette

December 6, 2009

I was invited to create the poster for the Winter House Tour in Lafayette Square, my new neighborhood. Poster design is one of the things that I really enjoy doing. Read the rest of this entry »

Holiday Card

December 2, 2009

This is a vectorial illustration. The good thing about vectors is its versatility. You can reduce, scale, change color scheme, export to Flash and animate them very easily. You will never have a final drawing to frame -or sale-, but I found really intimidating the definitive aspect of traditional illustration.  You can always adjust a vector, but is not the same with real brushes, ink and expensive paper. So I try to implement a combination of textures (like the one in the background of this postcard and the one in the tree) with the vectorial shapes; and I’ve found interesting a sort of style that it is showing up. I’ve being exploring this vectorial aesthetic with the Lafayette Parlor Tour Poster and I’ve got great feedback about it.

Culture and Social Change in Latin America

November 4, 2009

Here is one of the latests books from Mabel Moraña. Juliana’s mom. This is one of my favorite vectorial silhouettes I’ve done. The curve of the egg at the top makes perfect sense with the representation of Latin America (from Rio Bravo going South). The egg curvature provided the perfect cut at that point.

Valerie Mills Collateral

February 1, 2009

Bike St. Louis Illustrated

January 10, 2009