(Photo by Vera Marmelo)

Illustrator and musician, Pedro Lourenço has drawn for communication agencies, record labels, music promoters and bands, while publishing his work in books, newspapers and magazines, such as «The New York Times», «The Village Voice» and «Rolling Stone». He was born 41 years ago in Lisbon, where he still lives and works from.


Ilustrador e músico, Pedro Lourenco tem na última década desenhado para publicidade, promotoras de concertos, editoras e bandas, e publicado o seu trabalho em livros, jornais e revistas, incluindo publicações de referência internacionais como o «The New York Times», «The Village Voice» e a «Rolling Stone». Em simultâneo têm desenvolvido um corpo de trabalho autoral. Nasceu há 41 anos em Lisboa, lugar onde ainda vive e trabalha.


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"A world of owls, snakes, tigers, smoke and boldly-rendered greenery, Lourenco's artwork merges the natural with a contemporary black-and-white graphic sensibility to make hard-hitting images that are hard to forget." JUXTAPOZ

"Amazing!" JUXTAPOZ

"El trabajo de este artista luso es como hacer musica con colores, como combinar cuatro notas simples en un acorde que puede hacer temblar el mundo." STAF MAGAZINE

"Impressive work!" JOSH SPEAR

"Great brush and indian ink on paper works!" FECAL FACE

"Off the wall illustrations bring together skillful draftsmanship and beautifully surreal juxtapositions that bring to mind skateboard graphics and Raymond Pettibon" BEAUTIFUL/DECAY

"With the abundance of pop culture commentators and cartoonists on the web, it's often difficult to differentiate between them all, but Pedro Lourenco's signature style is definitely something that can't be missed" TREND HUNTER

"His ink work is simply fantastic!" ILLUSTRATOR'S LOUNGE

"Pedro's style is really great, using ink and occasionally some computer coloring to make some really rad images. I think it's is line work that really sells it though. The way each image ends up looking is like he didn't even try, that all the lines just knew exactly where to be. Excelent work." KITSUNE NOIR