Nike and Playboy artist Cristiano Siqueira portrays Ronaldo and Neymar for ESPN's World Cup

By Culture24 Reporter | 30 June 2014

Artist Cristiano Siqueira immortalises the big names of the 2014 World Cup in a series of stardusted posters

A photo of a graphic illustrator showing a footballer in a yellow shirt pointing to stars
Brazil's Neymar, as seen by one of his country's finest graphic designers© Cristiano Siqueira
From Nike and Playboy to the Wall Street Journal and television, illustrator Cristiano Siqueira’s arresting graphic designs are rapidly making the Brazilian as in-demand as his gifted footballing countrymen.

A photo of a graphic illustration showing a footballer in a red shirt pointing to his chest
Cristiano Ronaldo© Cristiano Siqueira
Among his latest works, Siqueira has created 32 World Cup posters for broadcaster ESPN.

His squad takes in the stars of the game, including Cristiano Ronaldo – who made an early exit from the tournament with his Portugal teammates – and Neymar, whose Brazil team scraped through on penalties against a dangerous Chile side.


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