Illustration

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CX Book illustrations

Yet to be published, this customer experience book needed some splash of colour and comedy keep this illustrations light on the page.

giffgaff 10 year community video

In 2019 giffgaff’s community celebrated 10 wonderful years. I’ve worked on the illustration and animation of the celebratory video.
And, of course, nono of this would be possible without the help of my colleague Jorge Cervantes.

After brunch

Social media peaces illustrated for After Brunch’s parties.

Team building Event Graphics

THE EVENT Motivait Challenge 2018 was the theme of the yearly team building at my current company. Our teams based on Madrid and Woking came together for a week of presentations, knowledge…

Infographic Resumé

Your resumé is normally the first impression that you give to your (hopefully) soon-to-be company. When I started this project I was mainly worried that all the basic information could be shared in an A4 sheet — so I wouldn’t bore whoever is going to receive it. The infographics are the most simple and popular way (at least until someone sets another trend) to share your information without too much reading.

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Pampero Glass

In the summer of 2011, Pampero and Magnetica Magazine made a contest to illustrate a promotional glass. With an free theme , the only rule was to follow the dimensions and use…

Curiosity killed the cat

Curiosidad mató el gato Once upon a time there was a scientist named Schrodinger that wanted to explain the basic principles of the quantum mechanics in an easy way so everyone would…

La Carta Comic book

The Letter Andrés, a middle age man, works as a mailmen for so long that he does not remember what there was before, but soon this will change. This morning, like all…

Lomography Diana F+ Honey Comb

An enormous number of plants and food depend on the bees for survival and expansion. But our beloved black and yellow friends may be in serious danger. The bee population has been decreasing – “(…) things have been bad for a while” says Dr. Greg Hunt(1), and it should be all related to a phenomenon called Colony Collapse Disorder (CCD).