Dec 31, 2008

Interesting Portraits.

Interesting Portraits.

Pablo Lobato is an Argentinean designer, illustrator and graphic artist who uses color and geometric shapes to create interesting portraits and illustrations.
The structures of his celebrity faces are amazingly abstract and the images are wonderful composition as graphic designs resulting in a beautiful blend and balance of design and drawing. Many of his portraits are of musicians and actors, and a few are of sports or political figures.
About the artist: Pablo was born in Trelew, Patagonia Argentina in 1970, not being very good at sports he used to spend long hours drawing and in 1982 he did his first portrait, which everybody seemed to like and hence he decided continue with it. But he didn't want to be a painter; he thought graphic design could be a good choice to keep on drawing while paying the bills. But it wasn't so, which he found out after 5 years of studying at La Plata University and 5 more years of working in editorial design. And he decided to give one more try to portraits. And this time things started to turn around in his favor, he found a great rep: Anna Goodson, and things started rolling. He has worked for Texas Monthly, TV Guide, Chicago Tribune, Boston Globe, Time, New York Daily News, People en espanol, etc.

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This is the last post of the year 2008 and with this we conclude this year of blogging. Thanks for all the support you people gave us by ways of comments, tips for articles and posts. We will be doing our best : ) to keep getting interesting posts for you in the coming year too and we hope and are quite sure too ;) that you will be extending your support and keep us motivated by your comments and tips as you did in the past.
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