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On the occasion of a partnership with Whistle for the Caribbean Design Days event, Caribeart would like to present Ronaldo Cameron, a visual artist of Jamaican origin, graduate of the Otis College of Art and Design located in Los Angeles. His work is globally focused on illustration, character design and animation.

He takes pleasure in drawing and giving life to the charismatic characters mainly Afrodescendants featured in his work. The heroes and heroines of his illustrations are generally very stylish, wearing contemporary and sometimes vintage outfits, with some nods to Caribbean dress codes. Through his works, he shares whimsical universes and very impregnated with the cultural influences of Jamaica, which he honors with vibrant and solar colors.

“Because I’m missing soca season…”
“Tribute to Jamaican Double-double Olympic champion Elaine Thompson-Herah”

“I spent my senior year obsessing over images of the 70s/80s so I started experimenting with ways to illustrate them”
“A series of 10 animated illustrations meant to accommodate  a short film entitled ‘Jamaica Nice, Man’ “

Ronaldo Cameron

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