Saturday, December 26, 2009

Dragon piece

This is a sneak-peek of a new piece just finished up part of the upcoming group artshow New-Moon 2010, a mixed media show revolving around the theme of the Chinese Zodiac taking place in February at My Plastic Heart gallery in NYC. I'm very glad to be part on this group of 25 handpicked artists from around the world.

My zodiac animal as you can maybe guess is the Dragon and is hand made paper-cut Ultrachrome varnished and mounted on panel.
Stay tuned to see the complete piece.

Wednesday, December 16, 2009

a! Diseño Magazine

I was kindly invited to be featured with an interview and a case study for the Nov-Dec issue of Mexican magazine a! Diseño.
The editorial decided to use one of my illustrations for the article in the cover printed within a nice textured paper, I have my copy and it looks great! Si estás en México disponible ahora en cualquier "Sanborns" y ahí puedes checarla!

Sunday, December 13, 2009

Roaring Monsters (Wall decal set)

Yay! A new set of wall decals available through a UK based company called Chocovenyl. They have a great pool of artists and I'm very glad to be part of the group! I came up with these friendly, gentile and well dressed monsters gang who pretend to look scary, roaring all over your son's room but let's face it, who can be really scary using a bow tie?

The material is a self-adhesive, removable/repositionable fabric-paper and the graphic details on the product are amazing.

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Thursday, December 10, 2009

Mo and His Best Friend

New Gicleé print for sale trough my ETSY.
This was an illustration I did for a proposal last year and I think will make a great print to decor your favorite little one's room.
Comes in two sizes 8.5" X 11" and 13" X 19" and is signed by hand.


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Tuesday, December 08, 2009

Play. Create.

play.create. from DAHRA on Vimeo.

DAHRA (Designers Against Human Rights Abuse) and Glug are proud to present Play.Create, a Christmas party and auction in aid of Barnardos, a UK based Children’s charity.

On Tuesday 15th December, Glug and DAHRA will be hosting a night full of live music, talks by special guests (including design legend Andy Altmann from Why Not Associates) and an auction of 30 unique, signed Munny dolls customised by some of the most prominent graphic and product designers in the industry, as well as some limited edition goodies.

The dolls have been customised by 10 graphic designers, 10 product designers and 10 students from Westminster School, London on the theme of Play and Creativity. The full line up is:

Graphic Design
Paula Scher (Pentagram), Joe Shouldice (Sagmeister Inc), Andy Altmann (Why Not Associates), Michael C. Place (Build), Studio Output, ILoveDust, Si Scott, Alberto Cerriteño, Gary Fernandez & Ollie Johns

Product Design
2Creatives, Anthony Dickens Studio, Forpeople, Jam Design, Max Lamb, Patrick Niall, Octo Design, Prajay Parmar, Yiannis Proestos & Rolf Sachs Fun c’tion

& 10 students from Westminster School, London

The event is taking place at:

The Book Club
100-106 Leonard Street
Tickets: £5 (+50p paypal fee) – with all profits going to Barnardos!

To buy tickets: HERE

Music: "Day Five" by Explosions in the Sky

Wednesday, December 02, 2009

INQ Mobile Packaging

The INQ Mini 3G is a new cell phone launched in Europe and Asia with social mobile apps including connection to Facebook, Twitter, Skype and IM all built in. The phone is featuring my work on the packaging and a few of the instructional cards that comes in the box, as well my illustrations are taking part in the promo campaign.

"At INQ we make Social Mobiles. We think the world’s a better, more exciting and diverse place when technology makes it easy for people to express themselves however and whenever they want.

Art, in the many forms it takes, is key to self-expression, and has greatly benefitted from the internet in terms of reach. We want to extend this process, which is why we run INQ + ART.
This is our first project: “the box is a canvas, help is a card”

Beautiful illustrations curated to grace the back of the INQ help cards and the box, from illustrators we happen to really like. We thought we’d help to get the message out about what they do, and turn our packaging into objects to cherish, not chuck."

INQ Mobile

MTV commercials:

First Unboxing Video of the Phone:

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