Born in southern Spain, freelance illustrator and designer, Errata Carmona, adores the blazing sun of his native city of Seville. Carmona studied graphic design, illustration, comic, editorial and audiovisual design at Estación Diseño, a well-known design school in Spain. Carmona worked at a printing house and as a self-taught artist prior to attending design school.
Carmona seeks inspiration at home, on the streets of Seville and in local stores and city parks. His ideas spring from daily life and the beauty of the natural world surrounding him.
Carmona’s style is based on simple shapes and flat colors. His work places emphasis on the conceptual aspects of illustration. He creates illustration and graphic design for magazines, book covers, children’s books, posters, logos, branding and identity design.
Carmona’s work has been published in The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, GQ, The Boston Globe, Scientific American, and several other publications.
Carmona enjoys a visual challenge and delights in designing conceptual illustration that’s both curious and surprising.