Carlos Llorente is a leading Graphic Designer and Art Director based in Madrid working in branding, illustration and music. His work is bold and diverse, from Art Direction, identities or 3D animation. He has been living in London since 2013, working as a senior graphic designer, focusing his commercial work to create and develop brand and visual identities projects for a huge range of clients. These include: automobile, hotels, banks or culture magazines. His current hobbies include music production through his alias BLASTTO™, playing all around Europe from small clubs to big festivals such as Sónar (Barcelona).

He has been working as a graphic designer since 2008 in his hometown Guadalajara (Spain) and Madrid before moving to London in 2013. His client list includes Academy of Motion Pictures, Siemens, Twitter, Samsung, Nio, Barclays, Telefonica, and BBVA among many others. He was recognized as Spain's most creative young artist in 2012 and has talks and workshops at typographic events. His work has been featured in publications including: It's Nice That and Creative Review.

Currently working as Lead Designer at Movistar+
Feel free to ask at

↳ Commercial portfolio available on request.

+34 627964802

— Based in Madrid

Instagram @blastto
Twitter @blastto

Art Direction

3D, Video
Type design

Movistar+, Zara, Academy of Motion Pictures - Oscars™, Twitter, Nio, Siemens, Mini, Yorokobu 

Exhibitions Gra
Boobs & Board Exhibition @ House of Vans (London) 2016
Boobs & Board Exhibition @ House of Vans (London) 2015
The Happily Ever After Exhibition @ 71a Gallery (London) 2015
History of typography in Spain since 1990. El Matadero (Madrid) 2014
History of typography in Spain since 1990. MuVIM (Valencia) 2014
Lecture & typographic workshop @ Typo_Mad (Madrid) 2013
Typo_Mad (Madrid) 2012
Lecture @ 9 Día C. Reset C. Teatro Calderón (Valladolid) 2012

Featured Gra
It's Nice That, Creative Review, Cargo Collective, Behance, Typography Served, Digital Art Served, Artnau, FFFFound, Visual Cache, LAUS, Poolga, CarneMag, 0porciento, Experimenta magazine, Yorokobu Mag, More cofee please, Belio, R-Mag, We and the color, Causeineedit, The Womb, The Frontier blog

Spain's most creative young artists 2012 (CdeC)