HEIR, ISSUE #1, CULTURAL MAGAZINE

HEIR is a cultural magazine that would discuss relevant social events and issues, both historical and contemporary, with an a modern approach. Some of the subjects covered on the first issue are period poverty, the fight against AIDS and its stigma, the history of violence against indigenous women, the gay rights movement beginnings, modern slavery and the harm of gender specific social norms. .

TUS OJOS

Visual translation of the poem "TUS OJOS" (Your eyes) by Octavio Paz.

EN TINTA VERDE

Visual translation of the poem "EN TINTA VERDE" (In Green Ink) by Octavio Paz.

BOOKS COVERS

A Room of One’s Own and Hopscotch book cover designs are part of a personal project where, by redesigning the covers of the books that I value the most, I intend to visually show how I interpreted them and how the stories effected me.

TUS OJOS

Visual translation of the poem "TUS OJOS" (Your eyes) by Octavio Paz.

RETROSPECTIVES, LUIS BUÑUEL

For the creation of the Luis Buñuel, Retrospectives exhibition poster, I wanted to reinforce the idea of surrealism granting images a value by themselves. I did this by reuniting and showcasing the irrational imagery and symbols repeated in Buñuel’s cinematographic work. .

BÚSQUEDAS

PROJET ON JAZZ ALBUM COVER DESIGN. Búsquedas (Searches in English) is a projet that explores the notion of the vinyl album sleeve as a space for creation. The public can easily manipulate the object to create new images by experimenting with transparencies and light.

ILLUMINATIONS #1

Visual translation of "ILLUMINATIONS" BY RIMBAUD #1.

ILLUMINATIONS #2

Visual translation of "ILLUMINATIONS" BY RIMBAUD #2.

ILLUMINATIONS #3

Visual translation of "ILLUMINATIONS" BY RIMBAUD #3.

ILLUMINATIONS #4

Visual translation of "ILLUMINATIONS" BY RIMBAUD #4.

ILLUMINATIONS #5

Visual translation of "ILLUMINATIONS" BY RIMBAUD #5.

ILLUMINATIONS #6

Visual translation of "ILLUMINATIONS" BY RIMBAUD #6.

PORTRAIT #1

Portrait series.

PORTRAIT #2

Portrait series..

SILENCIO

Visual translation of the poem "SILENCIO" (Silence) by Octavio Paz.