Miguel Montaner’s illustrations are his way of communicating with the world; it’s his form of dialogue with us, and his lines and concepts give us an understanding of his opinions on everything from deforestation to procrastination to euthanasia.
It doesn’t hurt that Miguel Montaner’s illustrations are breathtakingly bold and bright as well. Using the simplest of lines, synthetic graphics and block colors, you instantly understand that his focus is definitely on the conceptual value of the illustrations more than anything else.
Working as a professional illustrator since 2010, this series of Montaner’s illustrations are a mix of personal work and client work. The Spanish artist’s work has regularly appeared in different press and publications including Fast Company, The Washington Post, CNN Money Magazine, Genereal Electrict and The New York Times.