“More than just apparel… more than just art… Roberto Raymon is an interpretation of life. “
I believe life is about expression. The way we talk, the way we hug our children, even the color of our favorite coffee mug. I believe in expression because what goes ON our shirts is not as important as who goes IN our shirts.
My abilities to create and design are my greatest form of communication. Giving YOU my personal artistic expression is a way to release the many experiences that have transpired throughout my life. When I create there’s a manifestation of raw emotion and feeling shifting into a physical form. This is me as a conduit projecting my innermost creative soul throughout the universe. This is me sharing myself and magnetically attracting all those that receive my message.
The expression released when I create… I now envision you expressing it as well. But you not only share that expression with me, by “wearing” my EMOTIONS you also share that expression with the world.
As the future draws near daily my art is no longer merely viewed. Now it is held. Now, it is worn. Now, you “live” . . . within it. Witnessing the sharing of my emotion through art is the highest form of admiration that I can receive, and me continuing to create for you is the highest level of appreciation that I can reciprocate.
I AM Roberto Raymon, and together WE ARE an interpretation of life!
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~ art+passion=an interpretation of life ~
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Roberto Raymon is a celebrity grapic/web designer that has delivered hundreds of design creations for dozens of clients and celebrities such as Lil Kim (grammy award winning rapper), Demetria McKinney (actress, singer, Tyler Perry’s House of Payne), Roger Bobb (Executive Producer Bobbcat Films, formerly of Tyler Perry Studios), Waka Flocka Flame (platinum selling hip hop artist), & Tarvoria (national song writer and recording artist). He has also created design copy and marketing campaigns for major brands such as BeBe, Porsche, BCBG, Pink Vodka, and ESPN, in addition to non profits such as The Urban League and 100 Black Men.
In addition to being creative director of his own line, Roberto Raymon also serves as Creative Director of the Official Las Vegas Fashion Week as well as Executive Editor and Creative Director of HoneyBee Mag.