Art by Kristina Collantes

Illustration // Wednesday, May 15, 2013
Kristina Collantes was born in Cabiao Nueva Encija, Philippines. Her family moved to San Diego in 1997 and has called souther California their home ever since. Collanted started working as an illustrator right after high school and has collaborated with a ride range of clients in editorial and design, including artists like OK GO, The Flaming Lips, Playstation and the New York Times. Collantes' work is fresh and distinctly her own, combining fluent, texturizing linework with inspired color palettes to describe great sprawling scenes of imagination. Kristina is a full-time illustrator based in Los Angeles.  

New Work From Kristina Collantes

Illustration // Sunday, February 24, 2013
Kristina Collantes was born in Cabiao Nueva Ecija, Philippines. Her family moved to San Diego in 1997 and has called southern California their home ever since. She started working as an illustrator right after high school and has had the pleasure of collaborating with a wide range of clients in editorial and design. Kristina currently lives and works as a full time illustrator in Los Angeles, California.

New Work from Kristina Collantes

Illustration // Wednesday, July 18, 2012
Incredible new work from the infinitely talented Kristina Collantes- adding a new level and dimension to her already impressive portfolio and roster of clients. Born in Cabiao Nueva Ecija, Philippines in 1987, Kristina currently lives and works in southern California. I'm loving the new portrait of Grimes with her gorgeous palette and intricacy.

Summer Century

Illustration // Monday, July 11, 2011
Hailing from the Philippines, Kristina Collantes is a self-trained illustrator living and working in Los Angeles.

Kristina Collantes is in Another World

Illustration // Thursday, May 05, 2011
  Kristina Collantes’s illustrations are futuristically organic, otherworldly and a little fantastical with strong graphic technique. She grew up in the Philippines and now lives and works in LA, where she has been practicing a Draw Something Everyday routine in 2011. Her images are heavy on symbolism with an overtly graphical style that echoes the basis of strong design.

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