Santiago Uceda is a Peruvian-born illustrator, now living in a small college town in Oregon. His style is a combination of all the cultures he’s been exposed to throughout his life, from Peruvian masks, patterns and color palette to Southern California surf & skate culture, Mexican muralists & culture, and now he finds himself in the Pacific Northwest watching deer eat his wife’s tomatoes in their backyard; douglas firs and woodland creatures are now part of his visual vocabulary. He’s not afraid to put a bird or bike on it. He has worked with many talented folks and institutions from global brands to non-profits, magazines, e-commerce sites, bands and private commissions.
Some of his clients include: Adidas, Billabong, Portland Center Stage, South Coast Repertory, Orange County Performing Arts Center, Surfing Magazine, LA Weekly, Bike Magazine, Portland Mercury.