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Camino y Destino

About this Poster

Pre-hispanic civilization believed the jaguar was a mystic creature with the power of survival in both life and death. I wanted the jaguar warrior mask to be a symbol of strength, survival and courage on the path we take every day, the Xoloitzcuintli (Mexican hairless dog) is meant to be a guide on that journey. I also wanted the poster to represent our city, and one of my favorite bike paths along the riverside of downtown Minneapolis.

18.0″ x 24.0
French Paper, Dur-O-Tone, Butcher White
5-color screen print

Meet Raul Villanueva Garcia

Minneapolis, Minnesota USA

Hola! My name is Raul Villanueva Garcia, I am a Minneapolis-based designer and illustrator, originally from Guadalajara, Mexico. My personal work often features themes of Mexican culture intermingled with other crazy ideas that pop into my head. I enjoy reading about art history, listening to music and I have an addiction to collecting art books.

Get in touch with Raul Villanueva Garcia

Back Story

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Always Knew It

Growing up I was always interested in art. I would go to the library and check out all the "how to draw books" of the subjects that interested me. By the time I graduated high school I really wanted to pursue a creative career and my parents were always very supportive of my choice. Thankfully, I now get to do what I love for a living.

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Gotta Start Somewhere

The best advice I’ve ever gotten: “Every accomplishments starts with the decision to try.”

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The Elusive Steep Hill

Riding on a warm summer night and feeling the breeze just hit you in the face. I love the adrenaline of going down a steep hill. (Not many of those in Minnesota, but I try to hit them whenever I can.)