Graphic identity / Art direction / 3D design / Animation
The exhibition ‘Mujer, Objeto’ (woman, object) was an exercise of curiosity in search of female references, which the organizers felt were missing in the field of product design.
The goal was to open the door to speculation and debate around the definition of both words: woman and object, and also making us wonder if there really is a difference between female and male made design.
The Concept Shopping Mall Bikini Berlin produces a themed shooting every month for Newsletter and Social Media content. In this case, the theme was ‘Color Palette’.
Editorial / Art direction / Photography / 3D design
The year is 2356. A human-like species has been discovered on planet Kepler 22b.Their lifestyle and aesthetics become the new standard to which aspire on planet earth.
Graduation Project: THE RITE OF PASSAGE
Art direction/3D Artwork/Production
This project is the conclusion of a thorow investigation on rites of passage in diverse cultures, from the sweet sixteen parties to the secret societies of Congo.
As the graduation project felt like my very own rite of passage into the “real world”, I created abstract interpretations of diverse rites, organised to create a way to this new era.
Graphic identity/Art direction
Second edition of ‘Mujer, Objeto’, held in Matadero Madrid. This time, the exhibition is called ‘Mujer, Florero’ (translates titerally to ‘Woman, Flower Vase’, but means Trophy Wife). The artists exhibited re-interpreted flower vases, as it is precisely the traditional association of this object with femininity, because of its condition as something merely decorative, even useless, boring and irrelevant, which makes it an interesting starting point for corrupting and disarming the cliché
Brand identity/Art direction
DINAMO is a techno club located in a hidden spot in the heart of Madrid. The concept for the naming lays on the energy created by the dancers.
More Or Less Still Life
Exhibition layout/Visual identity/"Photography"
Result of the workshop imparted by Geray Mena and Inés Maestre.
The purpose of this workshop was to explore cameraless photography while using only plastic objects.
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