Yorokobu (Hazlo Tú 2018)

Yorokobu (Hazlo Tú 2018)

Yorokobu (Hazlo Tú 2018)

Yorokobu (Hazlo Tú 2018)

Yorokobu
(Hazlo Tú 2018)

Raúl Gil – Yorokobu
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Cover & back cover illustration

Proposal for an annual contest organized by Spanish magazine Yorokobu and Volkswagen. The purpose is to create a cover and back cover linked conceptually and representing values related to both the magazine and Volkswagen.

The proposal links both images through a classic Japanese pop concept, typical of tokusatsu sagas like Super Sentai, where a team of people join forces to fight evil and end up forming a huge robot created by the combination of all their individual vehicles. Teamwork, friendship, diversity and technology combined in a positive, colorful and carefree way.

PROJECT
Yorokobu — Hazlo Tú 2018

Other selected works

Accessibility — Up to 11!Editorial Illustration

Chicos SideralesHomage Illustration

SkatingIllustration

Feed the MonsterEditorial Illustration

PlaceresBook cover

Book SpinesEditorial Illustration

Inside DesignEditorial Illustration

Lost IdentityEditorial illustration

Judged by Your Past SelfEditorial Illustration

Consciousness StruggleEditorial Illustration

Little Fantasy TalesEditorial Illustration

Savior PoisonEditorial Illustration

Foreign RelationsEditorial Illustration

Read and Be InspiredEditorial Illustration

Cars & DriversEditorial Illustration

Bad LeadersEditorial Illustration

Future VisionEditorial Illustration

Peaceful ThinkingEditorial Illustration

Glorified Bullies of HistoryEditorial illustration

Smart ResourcesEditorial Illustration

Revealing TattoosEditorial Illustration

Dalt WizneyCollaborative project

Batman MonsterCharacter

Cursed PirateCharacter

ScholarCharacter

Sr. ImaginaciónCharacter

CyborgxerCharacter

VampireCharacter

Neo ShamanessCharacter

© 2019 Raúl Gil (+info)

© 2019 Raúl Gil (+info)

The imagination is not a state: it is the human existence itself — William Blake

The imagination is not a state: it is the human existence itself — W. Blake

The imagination is not a state: it is the human existence itself — William Blake