It’s been well over a year since we last featured Aron Vellekoop León’s work, and boy has the Spanish graphic designer and illustrator been busy since. Still using his traditional printed aesthetic, his new work is full of lovely grainy textures and dusky tones that use shapes and layering in a great way.
His portfolio has definitely developed, with a sleeker, more sophisticated execution lacing each illustration. There’s a wonderful warmth and depth to each image, with editorial definitely being Aron’s forte. So take some time out of your Monday afternoon and marvel at Aron’s pictorial beauties.
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