One Design a Week 2013 is the personal challenge of Rodrigo Jimenez. The goal of the challenge simply consists of designing one design a week starting on January 1st, 2013 and ending in December 31st, 2013.
Click here to view the project: http://onedesignaweek.rodrigojimenez.com
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During the "One design x day 2010" challenge I did a small series of posters focused on sharing a positive message. This is the result. I hope you like them.
Typography, Design, Graphic Design
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Financial research printed publication with 116 pages. The publication is translated to eight languages and distributed globally.
Editorial Design, Graphic Design, Art Direction
Client: UBS AG
Global instagram marketing campaign for Education First.
Branding, UI/UX, Web Design
Client: EF Education First
Year Ahead 2018
Creative direction, Editorial Design
Client: UBS AG
Brands with a "Naco" style
Brand redesign "Naco" Style - Typographic exploration of popular international brands with a "Naco" (Mexican redneck) point of view.
Visual narrative of a retirement study focused on the retirement differences between women from 12 different cities around the world.
Illustration, Art Direction, Editorial Design
Latin Alternative Bands Illustrated
I noticed some of my favourite alternative/rock bands from Latin America have a very particular literal meaning, as a tribute I went forward and illustrated their names. The project includes bands such as: Cafe Tacvba, Aterciopelados, Bomba Stereo, Volumen Cero, Babasonicos, Jarabe de Palo, La Oreja de Van Gogh, La Gusana Ciega, Control Machete and more.
Branding, Typography, Design
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.
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.
Branding concept for fitness club
Client: Haros Gym