About Me

ANGELITA
CASTAÑEDA REBBECK

Hi! I am Litca, a graphic designer and illustrator from beautiful Venezuela currently living in Spain.

About Me

GRAPHIC DESIGNER, ARTIST & ILLUSTRATOR

Innovative, established graphic designer from Caracas Venezuela with 15+ years of professional experience in Marketing, Production and Creative Development.

Passionate about experimental artwork, visual arts, character design, travelling, music, animal welfare and nature. Predominantly uses mixed media and watercolours.

Degree in Graphic Design from Prodiseño-School of Visual Communication, Caracas/Venezuela.

Art director and Illustrator of the published Children's Book The Ninja Who was Afraid of the Dark.

Specializing in corporate identities, illustration, advertising and collaterals.

Selected to present an Antiwar Poster for the Peace Signs exhibition in New York City.

Work has been published in Res magazine.

Work has been published in XFUNS magazine in Taiwan (Southamerican Illustrators edition).

For those who don’t know me, I’ve been fascinated with form and visual arts since I was a kid, I’ve always found shapes and characters in my everyday life, wherever I looked there was a potential drawing or visual element that I could use, have fun working with and enjoy developing. I’m passionate about experimental artwork, illustration, animal welfare, and the ocean. I enjoy working on my sketchbook as well.


I'm currently living in Valencia Spain with my husband and my two cats Lana and Harley, In case you're wondering she is a siamese mix and Harley a ginger cat, they inspire me every day.


I often use mixed media in my work and love painting with watercolors, also drawing and making pieces capable of sensitizing others to perceive, respect and care for our environment in a more compassionate way. My inspiration is to help raise awareness about nature and animals and our part in it.

Thank you very much for your support.

Creativity is a wild mind and a disciplined eye.

Creativity involves breaking out of established patterns in order to look at things in a different way.