Star wars illustrations by Orlando Arocena is an illustration and digital art based work of artist who is a big fan of Star Wars since 1977.
He is a Mexican-Cuban-American who adores delivering creative solutions for some of the world’s most well-known Brands along with pursuing his artistic activities. “I believe that every opportunity is a chance to gain a new experience, a moment to build a relationship and a time to share the rewards of the final result.” He says. He is happy to share his like-mindedness for Star Wars with Adobe Create magazine. Here’s a vector tribute memorializing past and new characters.
He think of his first experience to Star Wars in 1977. “It was one of the first movies I saw in a theater, when I was about five years old. My older brother took me to the movies, and when we got there it was Star Wars and I was excited about that,” he recalls. “He left me there with two large popcorns and two large Cokes, and he was like, ‘Don’t move from here. I have a hot date, and then I’ll come back for you.’ So unfortunately he missed out, but I think I saw Star Wars about four times that day.”
He is especially fond of illustration called The Dark Side. “It’s kind of a surrealistic ‘Pop-Deco’ take on Darth Vader and his association with the Emperor. “I wanted to make it very dynamic and vibrant—I wanted to make the viewer do a double take, whether because of how I used the words for the mouth or how the Emperor’s throne builds up the shape within Vader’s mask.” Says Orlando.