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Pintachan

Pintachan

About
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Training


Pablo decided to take a college degree in Biology but as an intern he left behind him a trail of explosions and toxic vapours. To him it was a sign – he was in the wrong career. So he swapped test tubes for colour swatches and taught himself the craft of illustration.

Approach


Each job begins with paper, a pencil, a box of Manley crayons, an iMac, a Wacom Cintic and plenty of reference material for ideas and inspiration. Then it’s a case of drawing and developing a colour scheme. When it comes together, he then digitises the pencil sketch to be used as a template for a vector illustration. Basic colours are added, and then he swaps over into Photoshop for texturing and tweaking.

Style


Retro, naïve, childish, pop, whimsical – these words are often used to describe Pintachan’s work. But there is plenty of subtlety to it as well. He uses a cartoonish visual language to express all sorts of ideas that aren’t confined to the world of children. There’s often plenty of humour in his work – sometimes it’s quite obvious, but sometimes it’s lurking there in the background for the viewer to discover.


SELECTED CLIENTS:
Monocle, The Telegraph UK, Crocodile Creek, Galison/Mudpuppy, Mairie de Paris, Withings, COOP - Switzerland, 1973 postcards, Monsiuer Poulet, Anorak, Barcelona City Auditorium, The Red Cross, George magazine, Astrapi magazine, You & Your Wedding Mag., Le Bon Coin, Glottogon, Tattyoo, Jamie Oliver Mag., Sky 1

Favourites
Born
Seville, Spain

Residence
Gijón, Spain

Food
Katjes German liquorice

Café
Defabula Café, Gijón

Gallery
Gallery Nucleus, CA

Website
Vintage Children's Books My Kid Loves

Magazine
Anorak Magazine

Art Equipment
Kokuyo Enpitsu Mechanical Pencil

 
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