Victor Bregante


Victor Bregante is seldom seen without his pen and sketchbook. He has been drawing everything that comes his way, particulary signs and advertising boards, ever since he can remember. As a teenager, with a childlike curiosity and a spray can in his hand, Victor discovered the world’s biggest canvas: the city! His passion for typography and it’s expressive power started here.

After studying graphic design, Victor Bregante worked as a freelance art director for various agencies. He finally followed his inner voice and dedicated himself to 3-D and CGI illustration. Victor currently lives and works in the Spanish town of Sitges near Barcelona.

Even though the Spanish illustrator primarily works with digital brushes and vectors, his designs are very realistic. The viewer feels an intense tactility with every illustration without being able to touch it.

Victor Bregante was able to show his unprecedented talent in his collaboration with McDonald’s: He created neon signs in 3-D for the Monopoly campaign 2017 which were shown across Germany on billboards, TV and online.

His particular fondness for typography gave Victor and his friends the idea for a creative experiment: the 36 Days of Type Challenge. 36 days in a row illustrators, designers and everyone who enjoys letters can illustrate the alphabet and post their images online. Worldwide hundreds of people accepted the challenge and it’s gaining new followers every year.

A collaboration with agency Droga5 gave Victor Bregante the chance to tackle a very different and sensitive subject. He created various typographic illustrations with the slogan „Seize the Awkward“. The aim of the campaign was to make suicidal teenagers open up to their friends about their problems. – „I was very honoured to be able to illustrate for this great cause!”


Victor Bregante is seldom seen without his pen and sketchbook. He has been drawing everything that comes his way, particulary signs and advertising boards, ever since he can remember. As a teenager, with a childlike curiosity and a spray can in his hand, Victor discovered the world’s...

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