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One Design x Day
One Design x Day is a personal project and commitment towards my love and passion for the visual arts, with the main purpose of learning, experimenting, discovering, and growing in every aspect of design. From concept development to execution, I seek to not only to push myself to create solid daily visual concepts, but also I hope that I can share a message that people can relate to. I want to create pieces that share a message from what I have learned in life. I believe the visual arts have a unique power for communicating ideas, and hopefully through design I can contribute a little bit to make this a better world and giving visual support to my visitors.
Graphic Design, Illustration, Visual Arts
Illustration, Journalism, Design
Holiday Card Animation
This is a 30 second 2D character animation I did for the holiday card at SCHAWK!.
Character Design, Animation
This is a series of posters that emerged from them "One design x day 2010" challenge. This three poster series probably was one of my favourite out of all the entire design challenge. I hope you enjoy them.
This poster series was born during the "One design x day 2010" challenge. The series seeks to support the conversation of pollution around nature. Using a single geometric shape repeated in different colors, sizes and angles the poster series creates an artificial pattern that seeks to rescue the beauty of nature below the contamination stain.
Careers Beyond Borders
Branding and web design project concept for web portal for an exclusive international community that supports global careers through targeted business articles, networking events and career tips.
Branding, Interaction Design, UI/UX
Client: EF Education First
Brands with a "Naco" style
Brand redesign "Naco" Style - Typographic exploration of popular international brands with a "Naco" (Mexican redneck) point of view.
Branding collateral for "Shopping México", a business focused in exporting Mexican products around the globe.
Client: Shopping México
GE Capture the Wind
This illustration was used for a really cool project by GE to promote wind energy which was called: “Capture the Wind“ tour. The illustration was printed on thousand of t-shirts and handed out throughout the blade's tour around the US.