Fantastic and mutants little beings inhabit the imagination of the Madrid-born artist and illustrator Oscar Llorens, who after working for several years in advertising agencies during his early years, pushed himself into the world of the freelance artist. He earns his living as an illustrator making digital designs for number one clients such as The Washington Post, Lacoste or Cirque du Soleil and as a painter he explores the possibilities of graphite, to which he sometimes introduce color, with his original designs of naïve-looking dolls inspired by his trips to Japan and other better known characters such as Mickeys and Kittys.
“I have spent the last 15 years working as an illustrator for both national and international clients (from “The Washington Post” to “Vanity Fair”, with campaigns for companies such as Coca-Cola, United Nations or Cirque du Soleil).
Parallel to my commercial work I also have extensive experience as a plastic artist, with individual and collective exhibitions (Madrid, Barcelona, Paris, NY, Mexico City …)”
• 2021. “Welcome Home Art” 3punts Gallery. Barcelona • 2018. Sala Pavilion. Madrid
• 2017. Palacio de las alajas. Madrid
• 2016. Atomic Garden. Madrid.
• 2014. Art Firday. Madrid.
• 2014. La Galería Roja. Sevilla .
• 2014. Panta Rhei. Madrid.
• 2014. La Galería Roja. Sevilla
• 2014. The “Positive Side Effects•. Quevec • 2014. The “Positive Side Effects•. Paris
• 2013. Escalera de incendios. Barcelona
• 2012. Escuela Tag. Madrid
• 2012. Guru Gallery. México
• 2012. Green Card Gallery. Nueva York
• 2011. Capetown. Madrid
• 2011. Hotel Kafka. Madrid
• 2010. Utopic_Us. Madrid