Time Capsule are are series of still lives - visual metaphors that represent today's most hyped technological advances, using traditional formal representation. The series is to uses familiar visual resources, allegories and sense of humor to try to explain complex technologies to the viewer, as well as the hopes and fears around them. The series was premiered in contemporary art fair CASA//ARTE in 2013. It won the first prize at the fair, awarded to up-and-coming photographers. It has been later exhibited in London, Seville and L.A. Some of the images of the series are now part of several collections.
This mini campaign is structured around a series of 'polite' slogans urging people to vote to remain in the EU, on the occasion of the UK's EU Referendum in 2016, The campaign used meme-esque social media cards, highly shareable on Instagram and Facebook. All the elements were aggregated on Tumblr, in the form of a blog that also featured downloadable resources - templates for posters and stickers, for people to use and print their own. Over 500 stickers were distributed among post boxes in the area, so that people could show their support in a visible way.
Circulo Creativo London is a platform for the promotion of Spanish creativity in the UK. UNO compiles the best work showcased on the network’s site, across multiple disciplines. The publication took shape as an interactive iPad catalogue featuring the best projects included in our network, as well as notable interviews. The other 3/4 of CCLND are Pablo Amade, Belén Balado and Manu Sáinz de los Terreros.
F—M—P is an aggregator of projects exploring the design etiquette of religion, finance and politics. Every week we publish a poster reflecting on hot media topics of the moment. For more information and updates, click here.
Logotypes is an investigation into symbols and the construction of meaning in contemporary political discourse. The series is structured into eight allegorical portraits. Logotypes requires the active participation of the viewer in order to complete the meaning of each symbol. But the series also attempts to examine the tensions between symbology, mythology, politics and society through logos, emblems, colours, and analogies. In this way, we may look at Democracy as the power of the populist imagination, turning the everyday into a spiritual experience.
A collaboration with creative director Mico Toledo, these series of still lives were conceived as simple, yet colourful shots for Leitura’s online shop. Leitura is an aggregator of Brazilian popular culture, also selling one-offs and cool found objects.
Modus Vivendi is a self-published journal, celebrating excellent travel photography. Each issue is dedicated to a place — a city, a house, a neighbourhood — portrayed with photography by each contributing artist. Each issue is also available as a limited edition series of prints, allowing the readers of the journal to purchase affordable art.
Leviathan is based on the homonymous essay by Thomas Hobbes (1651) in which four different analogies for the State are suggested — each self portrait interprets this different stages altering the humanity of each leader accordingly. This series granted me a graduation with Distinction at the MA Communication Design at Central Saint Martins. It then went on to exhibitions all over the world — Los Angeles, Berlin, Madrid.
'Of The Kingdom of God', the third portrait of the series, got awarded with a second prize at 2012's International Photography Awards and got showcased as one of the best student works, according to Source Magazine.