Water Women is a series of artworks with which the artist explores, in a special way, concepts such as surrealism, minimalism and visual poetry. The result are mysterious and delicate collages that contain very expressive figures emerging from an aquatic environment.
Cover Illustration for Phoenix New Times. The article is about the ways the Trump administration will threaten social welfare programs like housing, education, clean air, etc. in Arizona. Affecting low income families/children.
EL SALVADOR / USA
Store 44 Reps
Artwork for CD Album "Roadshow". Illustrations for booklet cover/backcover/interior, CD label, CD Cradle and case. A traveling group of masked musicians followed by two young kids. Objects (orrery, moon, stars, clowns and many others) featured in the cover are related to the themes of the music.
Two Headed Dog. Unpublished work used for self promotion.
PERÚ / USA
Los Luchadores form part of a series called “Cosmic Race” , a dreamlike world based on nostalgic memories inspired on Mexican folklore and a representation between a combination of my pleasures, fears and desires. Los Luchadores
A series of portraits done as a personal project that would later show in the first live space in Brooklyn
COLOMBIA / USA
Eduardo TLaloC Corral
MICA Maryland Institute College of Art
Self promotional illustration poster exclusively made for the creative collective TOCTOC. The illustration is part of a series of fictional worlds based on Jorge Luis Borges book FICCIONES and a ludic twist on brutalist architecture http://www.elgreenproject.com/BRUTALIST-SERIES-TOCTOC-X-TLaloC
Morgan Gaynin, Inc.
Portrait of Biology professor, Matt Ayres, who has been studying the southern pine beetle, a tree-killing pest that has invaded New England. For Dartmouth Alumni Magazine.
DOMINICAN REPUBLIC / USA
Drawing inspiration from the spontaneity of graffiti, from the visual iconography of advertising, from comic books (Frank Miller, Moebius), from theory (Koolhaas’s Delirious New York), "Smoking Break" uses personified animals to show the vibrancy of city rhythms and to understand and critique social life. Full series: https://www.catronaut.com/#/gotham-bestiarum/
CANADA / VENEZUELA / USA
Cerro del Carmen is an ode to the fantastical elements that can exist in a humble village. The eggs embedded in the scene are a symbol of healing inspired by egg cleansing, a native practice that has survived colonialism.
ECUADOR / USA
Personal illustration i created inspired by my travel to Junfrau, mountain Apls, Swiss.
Personal illustration of smoked salmon & asparagus from TocToc, one of my favorite restaurants in Seoul.
Storm. This is a work in progress illustrated album in which two surreal stories that talk about rain and storms meet in the middle of the book and fill it all with water. The book will be published by the Spanish publisher 'A buen paso’. The art has been made using acrylic paint and digital techniques.
School of Visual Arts
The city, shrouded in milky mist, brings bangs of firecrackers at one time and explosions from a civil war at other times. Travelers on the plateau look down from the height and conjecture about what may be happening. - From Invisible Cities by Italo Calvino.
INDIA / USA
50 iconos de la ciudad de México I was invited to illustrate 6 different iconic places of Mexico City for this lovely book that includes amazing work from other 9 local artists. 1 La Catedral Metropolitana, 2 El aeropuerto, 3 Espacio Escultórico, 4 El Faro de Oriente, 5 El Auditorio Nacional y 6 Monumento a la Revolución.
A series of portraits of people in public spaces, in unguarded moments. I challenge myself to do interventions on the sitters by modifying the portraits, making them twisted, weird, different and with a touch of humour.
BRAZIL / UK
Drawings created for the book Diario de OAXACA a chronicle of the artist's time in Mexico
USA / MÉXICO
A poster inspired by a visit to Lisbon and the tile patterns and colors of the city.
Maria Eugenia Longo
Jazz collection of 30 books with biographies of the depicted musicians and cds . portrait watercolor of all musicians for the book cover. lendas do jazz- coleções Folha
Iratxe Lopez de Munáin
Editorial illustration about why many people are so fanatically in love with sushi.
*Work awarded with the International Prize for Illustration at Bologna Children’s Book Fair 2017. Picture-book about the mountain, the mysteries of the forest and its ability to transform us, waking up our wild side and connection to nature. To be published in 2018.
This is a poster series that represents the artist's hometown - Brasilia, Brazil. All the illustrations are about the city: landmarks, culture and icons. The illustration was handmade and then reproduced on silkscreen printing.
University of Southern California
Gun control, gun violence, guns?
GUATEMALA / USA
Decal Girls. Found one night, waiting for the L train.
ARGENTINA / USA
Girl Gang. Is a self-initiated project showcasing the language and phrases to empower women. This piece is hand-lettered and hand embroidered, to contrast the message with the contemporary feel of hand-lettered calligraphy, yet the subtleties and delicacy of hand embroidered work.
This ongoing series is a visual introduction through scientific observations into the secret world of giantesses – from their magical, anatomical anomalies to their social-cultural traditions and lexicon.
Copper. East Troy, Wisconsin. A trip through the American Midwest.
ECUADOR / USA
HISTORIA DE ESOS DÍAS, es una mirada secuencial desde el futuro, al presente inmediato de Venezuela, desde la perspectiva del aprendizaje del carácter cíclico de las etapas que, queramos o no, nos toca vivir.
Ricardo Nuñez Suarez
Collage. In these series, I extract the referential drawing, characteristic of the scientific illustration and mix it with collage. All done by hand and combined digitally. The idea was to produce decorative pieces for fashion or interior design.
COLOMBIA / USA
School of Visual Arts
Personal work depicting a man too small for the chair he now holds.
PUERTO RICO / USA
Miguel Pang Ly
The window. Illustration belonging to the exhibition "I believe in NY". I was walking and drawing the city of NY for 30 days, at the end of which I exhibited first the illustrations in a gallery in NY and after in Cromo gallery of Barcelona.
A series of posters for "El Pinche" (a mexican restaurant) inspired on "La Lotería"(a mexican game of chance similar to bingo) and the colorful, kitsch, street-popular culture of Mexico.
MÉXICO / GUATEMALA
Los pocillos / Coffee cups. This illustration belongs to the picture book "El mejor de los pecados",10 short stories written by Mario Benedetti. These stories are about the act of love throughout all the ages, from adolescence to old age.
The Battle the test hides. A pregnant proof method from a young female's idea that made that revolutionized science and ideologies of that time: Margaret Crane.
Catalina Ramos Jiménez
Environment design. The surrounding: starting all over again. How change the enviroment with people working together?
COSTA RICA / USA
This triptych is inspired by Gabriel García Márquez´s Love in the Time of Cholera. Fermina marries Dr. Urbino and gets pregnant. There is always a melancholy feeling in the book that I tried to translate into the illustrations.
COLOMBIA / USA
Javi Reszczynski (MIRONA)
Las Últimas Noticias
I made this piece for an article in the chilean daily newspaper Las Últimas Noticias. This is also one of the pieces I made inspired by the work of Kasimir Malevich.
The illustrations serve to personalize and humanize the hospital space. Illustrations are a wayfinding system for children and teens with cognitive problems. Illustrations represent the city of Barcelona adapted to the hospital space, as a tool to humanize the Hospital and make it understandable.
School of Visual Arts
This series is a result on research about People's heritage. I used the interviews as an inspiration for making the images. Silent Protest
Juan Tang Hon
Rhode Island School of Design
About family dinners and TV watching.
PANAMA / USA
Andrea Ucini Illustration
Donald Trump and his policy about Mexico
ITALY / DENMARK
Totalmente humano is a children book about evolution and all those weird things we humans do and who we inherited them from. I decided to include some short dialogues and jokes about the content of the book so children could grasp and memorize information through humour.
Luis Carlos Zárate Orjuela
Ilustración del personaje más amable, entusiasta y fuerte que he tenido el placer de acompañar.
Café Alto. Santa Teresa, Brazil. Series of illustrations from a residency in Rio, a journal of seeing and feeling in the city.
CANADA / USA
Estacão Praça XV. Series of illustrations from a residency in Rio, a journal of seeing and feeling in the city.