Mario Parra
Illustrator & character artist
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  • Experience8-15 years
  • Response rate100%
  • Response time1 hour
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Berlin, Germany
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Mario in a few words

I'm Mario Parra, a Chilean illustrator & character artist currently working as a freelancer in Berlin.

Unsurprisingly, my origin story starts with drawing since I can hold a pen. But unlike many of my peers, my career journey has been anything but a straight line.

I spent some years of my childhood learning traditional art and as a teenager painting graffiti.

After dropping out of industrial design, I became a self-taught graphic designer and UX/UI. During this period I tried it all, including, branding, motion graphics, coding, 3D modeling, video editing, and a bunch of other things.

However, my love for drawing never stopped and I continued to do it both personally and professionally.

Eventually, there came a time when I realized that I was working as an artist much more often than I originally expected, which convinced me to devote all my energy to it, and that's what I've been doing ever since.

At first, it might seem like the detour was a huge waste of time, but I would argue that my previous adventures helped me be where I am, as each one contributed to forging what I call my "style," which is a never-ending work in progress.

I love learning, exploring different techniques, and keep pushing the boundaries of my creativity.

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    Menlo Park, CA, USA

    September 1998 - Today   25 years
    If I had to sum up my life up to this point, I'd say it's been one heck of a ride...

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