Orlando Arocena is a Mexican-Cuban-American vector artist and creative director based in New Haven, USA. One of his dreams was to collaborate with the Empire Magazine, as he said, it was in his bucket list.
The best way to learn is by seeing how people do the work that inspires us. Nowadays there are many ways to learn about design, there are sites with tutorials like this one, videos on Youtube and many other venues. Most of the time though, it's about tools like Photoshop, Illustrator. When I see a graphic design process that is done in the analog way, I feel the need to feature it here on ABDZ. That's the case for the poster design for la Local de Joventut 2017/2020. by Partee Design.
The poster itself is gorgeous, but the way they did it makes it even more awesome. It was created literally by throwing stuff at hand make letters. When I saw I suspected it was too real to be 3D. As advanced CGI is, it's still cannot beat the real deal. Check out below.
The image was made through throwing pink pigment on handmade letters. We looked for a good visual impact and the party sensation.