Vero Escalante

Illustrator / Artist
Blossom Girls

Vero Escalante is a stylistic illustrator, living in Buenos Aires, Argentina. She studied fashion design, she loves rabbits and tropical fruits.

Vero currently works from the “Club de Amigos Costa Rica”, a co-working space that gathers designers and artists. It was born with the idea of sharing information, working methods, as well as moments and friendships.

Vero’s style is fresh and experimental. Some of her clients throughout the years were Adidas, Nylon Magazine, Johnnie Walker, Cartoon Network, The Ritz-Carlton, just to name a few.

What role does music play in your day-to-day life as a creative?:

The ritual that inspires me the most is playing a playlist on my phone and going for a walk. It helps me concentrate on the details that I wouldn’t see if I surrounded by the ambient noise, which tend to be chaotic in a city. I like working at night. Many of my illustrations are inspired by repeating the same song over and over, and then I will have to get it out of my head by drawing an image. I think music stirs our memories because we can always relate one song to a moment in our life or a feeling that we had in a certain moment. This emotional journey can easily become a source of inspiration.

Tell us about your playlist:

This playlist is what I am listening at the moment. I recently came back from a trip to Chilean Patagonia where I tried the delicious cocktail Mango Sour, and I decided to make a list that invoke the sense of freshness and tropical flavor. I like R&B, soul, and Hip Hop with Latino influences.

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Mango Sour

  1. Tyrant (feat. Jorja Smith) – Kali Uchis, Jorja Smith
  2. Everything Is Everything – Gabriel Garzón-Montano
  3. Leaned Out – Inka, IAMDDB
  4. EarthEE – THEESatisfaction
  5. Fruit – ABRA
  6. Didn’t Cha Know – Erykah Badu
  7. Don’t – Bryson Tiller
  8. Roses – BJ The Chicago Kid
  9. Bad Blood – NAO
  10. Anita – Smino
  11. Get You (feat. Kali Uchis) – Daniel Caesar, Kali Uchis
  12. Other Side Of The Game – Erykah Badu
  13. Pour Maman – Gabriel Garzón-Montano