How a man from Brazil can paint his way to a professional career in the UK

Illustration and design student Luis Alberto Rangel made his way across the pond to work as an illustrator at Adobe Illustrator CS6. 

Rangel, 25, studied art at the University of the Witwatersrand in Johannesburg and moved to London to study graphic design, but his career was cut short in 2010.

“I left the university in 2009 and came to the UK to study at the College of Arts and Design,” he told BBC Sport.

“The first time I had to look at a professional job was at the Art Gallery of London.

It was a very difficult time for me, because I had been working in the art world for six years.”

He had already completed a design internship at the New York-based firm Goya, but moved to the City of London in 2016 to start his own design studio, Art and Design Studio.

“In London I had a chance to get a job at the gallery,” he said.

“But I also knew that I had the opportunity to work in the fashion industry.”

Rangel said he was lucky to have worked in both the fashion and art worlds.

“And the way the work was done was something that I liked. “

When I went to the design studio to work, I was thinking about the work of people like Tintin and Salvador Dali,” he added.

“And the way the work was done was something that I liked.

Riel made a name for himself in the United States with his work, such as the ‘Halloween’ posters, but he has also painted several pieces of art and used Photoshop to illustrate his designs. “

I had already studied at the university, so I could easily move to the other side of the Atlantic and work in design, so it was easy to get my feet wet.”

Riel made a name for himself in the United States with his work, such as the ‘Halloween’ posters, but he has also painted several pieces of art and used Photoshop to illustrate his designs.

“It’s a very artistic process,” he explained.

Rollegers first experience in the industry was as a fashion illustrator in New York City. “

[I am] really good at what I do, and I feel that I have learned a lot from this experience.”

Rollegers first experience in the industry was as a fashion illustrator in New York City.

He said he found that there were a few design jobs that he could apply for, and was offered a commission, but was not offered a chance at commissioning a piece of artwork.

“For me, I could not imagine a career in art,” he recalled.

“My first experience was in New Orleans.

I was working at the Museum of Modern Art, and it was a little bit like a circus. 

But I was able to get an opportunity to paint a couple of pieces.”

In 2019, Rangel was offered the opportunity by Goya to start working with the company, which was an experience that led to his first commercial experience.

“Goya had this design studio in New Jersey and we were just getting started.

“They offered me a commission. “

So I had an internship with Goya for two years and that’s when I got the call from Adobe,” he revealed.

“After two years, I started to get more and more jobs at Goya. “

I did a few different things with them, and then I went back to New York.” “

After two years, I started to get more and more jobs at Goya.

I did a few different things with them, and then I went back to New York.”

He was offered an internship at a fashion studio called M.L. Bean and was given the chance to work with designer Anna Sufian.

“She is a great person, and a great artist,” Rangel continued.

He felt that she was able see him through to his creative output, with whom he collaborated on several pieces, such the ‘Love Me, Honey’ t-shirt and the ‘Fashion Is Murder’ posters.

“We started to collaborate and she did a lot with me on some of her pieces,” he remembered.

“Anna Sufians ‘Love me, Honey’, ‘Nursery Rhymes’ and ‘Nose’ posters are really beautiful and her work on them are also very creative.” “

Ruel has worked on several designs for the collection of the British Museum. “

Anna Sufians ‘Love me, Honey’, ‘Nursery Rhymes’ and ‘Nose’ posters are really beautiful and her work on them are also very creative.”

Ruel has worked on several designs for the collection of the British Museum.

“There are two pieces that I worked on for the British National Portrait Gallery,” he noted.

“Firstly, the ‘Lucky Man’ poster from the British Library in London, which is a very interesting piece. 

And secondly, the British and American ‘Nurse’ poster that I did with Anna Suffian for the American National Portraits Collection.”

The British Museum commissioned Ruel to work for their