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Aron Vellekoop León

Graphic Designer & Illustrator in Amsterdam

My Life as an Illustrator

PRESENTED ON FEB 28, 2013
IN BREDA @ VOL 5

Aron Vellekoop León (Fuerteventura, Spain 1987) is a graphic designer & illustrator, currently living and working in The Netherlands. His work is best described as a mix of symmetrical shapes, a plain usage of elementary colors
and reused textures. This basic recipe has led to a characteristic infographical 'handwriting' and an abstract way of storytelling. Being inspired by traditional printmaking techniques, Aron always stays close to that handcrafted look and feel.

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