Serie de 6 ilustraciones para entradas de capítulo para el Informe Anual de Seguros Atlas, 2015. Hecho en DesignCenterTM
Work for gallery shows, self promotional materials, and children's illustration
MEXICO / USA
Diego Cadena Bejarano
Diego Cadena Bejarano
Diane Arbus portrait. February 2016. A series of portraits of public figures who have come to tragic end, either by suicide or substance abuse. The people compiled in this series have one thing in common: in their desire to create something beautiful, the beauty ate away at them until it destroyed them.
Three in a box
Well-being Awakening. January 2016. This image highlights the well-being of mothers and their babies in an article on research on the wellness of the latin american community of the United States.
In Shades Magazine is a new illustrated short fiction magazine, championing the resurgence of the genre and providing a platform for incredible content. As art director of the magazine I’ve contributed a few pieces to the project, visualising outstanding stories in both illustrations and lettering.
In Shades Magazine
Series of illustrations part of a silence story about a woman consumed by routine. She repeats the same patterns everyday but she constantly tries to find her real self in her mind where she usually escapes from reality.
Nadiuska & Priscila Furtado
Illustration for a story inspired by events in the life of the novelist Frances Burney, for In Shades magazine, 2016.
In 1811 while living in Paris, she kept a journal where she described the time she underwent surgery for breast cancer, without anaesthetic.
Her strength is an inspiration to all women.
Missouri State University
The Hungry Bird is a piece about family secrets that are passed from generation to generation—leaving subtle traces behind.
Painting on the subject of automating the creative process. Ink and watercolor on paper.
Margarita LLiso del Hoyo
This work for Libros a la Calle was presented under the slogan -No eres lo que comes, eres lo que lees / You are not what you eat, you are what you read, a campaign to promote reading. Madrid Publishers Association. Metro Madrid. Media: Acrylic
maria eugenia longo cabello campos
illustrations for the book "ócio , poder e estilo" by brazilian journalist Joyce Pascowitch .
Self promotional image inspired by football teams in the Seoul 88 Olimpic Games.
Chinese ink on paper, digitally manipulated.
Personal/Self promotional work inspired on the song 'Good Night' by the British band Saint Etienne.
From the picturebook "Western Scenes" (work in progress).
Javier Medellin Puyou
Serve of 3 murals for Anoto Pens Company.
These murals were placed inside Anoto offices, whose purpose is to achieve a cheerful and joyful atmosphere in the working place. The three of them refers in different ways to the pens.
A modern day totem that represents our society imbalance. The subject matter of my work is overconsumption and social inequality. Brands depicted in my work are objects with an inherent duality, both desirable and despicable, a clear byproduct of having worked in advertising for more than 20 years.
A grumpy door to door salesman and his easygoing assistant embark on a rugged business trip, selling fabric in the distant province of Guanacaste, in 1950s Costa Rica.
"Rich Coast" is a mixed media stop motion animation, created in the MFA Visual Narrative program at SVA.
Series of illustrations part of a personal project called "Novas Aventuras" (New adventures), based on comic book covers from the 40's and 50's. The original covers are reshaped, redesign and reframed, using characters from my own comics project, "Inútil". The 4 images were printed in two colors in a Risograph printer.
This illustration for Wine Republic interprets the troubles of transporting wine for tourists.
The Argentinian magazine talks of the pitfalls of transporting wine and includes a guide on how best to get your purchases home.
MIGUEL PANG LY
this illustration belongs to a series of illustrations called MUSAS, MUSOS Y GURÚS
The World of MAYA. *Maya (Sanskrit: maya) literally ‘’illusion’’, ‘’magic’’, ’’that exists, but is constantly changing and thus is spiritually unreal’’
BULGARY / UK
DIGITAL STUDY FOR PLASTIC SCULPTURE AND FINE ART ARCHIVAL GICLEE.
Catalina Ramos Jimenez
A Ma' am and her dog spending time by respecting their own needs.
Her water, his water
Illustrations made for the book "La montaña olvidada".
Unpublished personal project.
Mixed media on paper.
Illustrations for the album Hoja En Verde (Chile). The work that I created respond to the path between the innocence of childhood to the end of the life cycle, which is represented by the return to earth.
CHILE / UK
Time here is not linear, but cyclical. The raising of animals forms the cornerstone of life in the communities, a cycle that begins in September and ends in June each year.
CUBA / ECUADOR
This is a painting series where I parallel Frida Kahlo’s life & mine. Two Latin women, both queer & influenced by their cultures. The paintings are of everyday personal objects, pets, food, homes, etc., that may have been inspirational or a comfort to the artists.
Gallo pinto means "spotted rooster" in spanish. It's a simple typical meal for breakfast in Nicaragua. This cultural poster evokes the energy and colorful transmits its name although its appearance is simpler.
Cover Illustration for Kireei Magazine. A Magazine with fashion, art, design, travel, photography, music, craft and real-life inspiration.This issue is about nature, crafts and illustration.
Illustration for a picture book about disability called Une Place Pour Edouard.
Series of illustrations inspired by official symbols for each state.
PERU / USA
Maria de los Angeles Vargas
El sol la luna y el agua. Illustration based in a Nigerian legend. Many, many years ago, the Sun and the Moon lived on the earth.
Joan X. Vazquez
Poster for Nao, a theatre company from Xalapa, Mexico.
This is one of the pieces created for article 'Affection and Hypocrisy' in Wissen Magazine, China. This is a piece that depicts the self-deception aspect of the topic discussed in the article.
Universidade Federal de Santa Maria
Developed for the Poster Design and Illustration course at SCAD on the Spring 2015 quarter,
“Blind Faith” poster depicts the (almost religious) trust and faith most people have in money.
A faith that ties your hands and makes you blind, which I think is common both in the US and Brazil.
Book cover illustration for 'In the Fog'(En la niebla), Rihard Harding Davis. Publisher: Ardicia.