Tirando la casa por la ventana
is part of a series called "Refranes" which literally illustrates common hispanic phrases. This project surges as part of the "2010 One design x day challenge". 

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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.
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Average Jane
Visual narrative of a retirement study focused on the retirement differences between women from 12 different cities around the world.
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Year Ahead 2017 – The end game?
Financial research printed publication with 116 pages. The publication is translated to eight languages and distributed globally.
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Liberation Theology and the other(s) – UniBern
Poster design for the "Liberation Theology and the other(s)" International conference at the University of Bern in Switzerland.
Graphic Design, Print Design
Client: University of Bern
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.
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Love Illustrations
Collection of illustrations that celebrate love. Part of these illustrations were made during the "One design x day" project done in 2010.
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The Language of Football
"The Language of Football" is a web tool that helps football fans learn the chants of their national football teams. The user can read, translate and listen to the chants of their favourite team. A live instagram feed can be found as well where fans can show their support to their national team.
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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.
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One Design a Week 2013
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.
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