Originating from Barcelona, illustrator Guille Manchado began his artistic journey through graffiti, before he decided to study illustration and graphic design at La Industrial, Barcelona.
Focusing on conceptual illustration, his work is dominated by an abundance of abstract and anonymous characters, each in his unique style of round shapes with a minimal colour palette. Searching for a contrast between the complexity of meanings and the simplicity of aesthetics, Guille believes illustration is a way to solve problems and make people reflect and think.
Over time, his focus has allowed him to collaborate with clients such as the Barcelona County Council and he’s recently joined the books of Anna Goodson. If you’re interested in Guille’s illustrations, check out his portfolio.