Chris DeLorenzo

chris delorenzo

Chris DeLorenzo is a graphic designer based out of Andover, Massachusetts, whose modern design style demonstrates what I think of as extremely current and fresh. His work has a sort of comic book inspired feel, while bringing a perfect-fitting hand lettering style to the table. In his own words, Chris notes his influences range from, “pop art, to 1940’s cinema, to graffiti and folk art” which really makes his work unique.

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Very, very cool– love that retro look! Great work!

I love the O Brother Where Art Tho illustration. Fantastic composition. I do like the Day of the Dead theme too.

There’s is a really authentic retro feel to these designs that is very difficult to pull off successfully. The combination of colors and halftone textures give the designs an unmistakeable style. I particularly like the poster for “O Brother Where Art Thou” which combines this style with a simple animation to give the feel of a retro toy.

I see a heavy (blatant?) McBess influence in the first one, Bjork’s Vespertine cover in the typography of the second-to-last one, and some other influences I can’t quite pin point this morning. Nice work. Indeed, the O’Brother poster is quite nice.

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