Lobulo, is a graphic designer, illustrator, and lone scalpel jedi based in East London. Lobulo is no stranger to the hustle of commercial, editorial, and personal work. He has built an impressive portfolio through the creation and construction of radical and vibrant papercraft. Lobulo realized what he was destined to be early on, while shopping with my mother at the supermarket. He would always make her pick the cereals for the art on the box, rather than for sugary goodness inside. Naturally, he ended up studying graphic design and marketing, learning that there’s much more to a computer than just playing Pacman.

Javier a.k.a. Lobulo’s art showcases a variety of unique, creative collaborations, as well as more than 10 years experience of working for various design and marketing studios. His effort, talent, and dedication to craft is poured into every piece; Small or large, formal or informal, always expressing emotions, always sending out a message.

Hamburger Hummus: Lobulo was approached by the good people at Tool of North America, SS&K and the New Venture Fund (yeah, a lot of chefs!) and asked to develop a series of paper-craft scenes for a campaign entitled “Hamburger Hummus”. The goal of the Hamburger Hummus campaign is to "foster broader awareness of the people and culture of Israel”, particularly to Americans; highlighting the cultural, religious and commercial diversity of Israel and portray it as a desirable destination for tourists and business investors alike. Lobulo crafted the backgrounds of the website, and the brand identity of the Hamburger Hummus campaign; the task being to create seven separate scenes the communicated various aspects of modern Israeli life: Religious diversity, sustainability, start-up friendly, medical innovation, LGBGT freedom, bustling cities, and vibrant nightlife. (Agency: Tool of North America, SS&K, &Reach, Client: The New Venture Fund, 2015)