About me: omarovalle
Omar “Rick” Ovalle
Creative Director & Lego Artist

He has combined experience of more than 20 years in advertisement, graphic design, and editorial design. Other experiences include animation, illustration, photography, and fine arts. Lego artist for the last 4 years.

He was born in Colombia, South America and has a BFA in Graphic Design from Universidad de Bogota Jorge Tadeo Lozano. Currently lives in NYC.

He is a practitioner of martial arts for 30 yrs. for the last twelfth years he has been training I-aido (sho-dan) and just recently learning Kendo at the US Budo Kai-Kan in New York

Specialties:Branding and identity,Product development,consultant for entrepreneurs/start up companies and Star Wars Lego sculptures in bust format.

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