Illustrations made for APPLE / DÍA DE MUERTOS campaign for the commemoration of the folkloric "Day of the death" that is celebrated on November 1st and 2nd every year in México.
Taking the classic elements such as the sugar skull, the catrina, the altar of the dead, create these colorful illustrations that were used in different apple digital media.
Agency: Apple Cupertino.
Madre Tierra / Mother Earth.
Taking as my base the Aztec legend of the Coatlicue (goddess of life and death), I made this piece entitled: "Madre Tierra", a piece that represents our roots in a contemporary way and personal vision, showing the greatness of the woman in our culture and the world.
The illustration is designed with a contemplative and informative vision, showing Mother Earth as the central element, later the creation: man, woman and children. In the bottom part we see the death taken from the hand of herself, representing the cycle of life and the intrinsic relationship between life and death.
A tribute to my mother, my sister, my partner and all the women.
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Yudansha Fightwear / Hindu art
Yudansha Fightwear is a combat sportswear company, i made this illustrations for their products inspired by traditional Hindu art.
Google asked me to illustrate the city of Mexico and the way we communicate digitally, I wanted to reflect our culture, people and traditions.
TAUK: Shapeshifter I: Construct
Cover for TAUK band EP Shapeshifter I: Construct
Illustration for the Vans campaign Checkers in Mexico
Colgate Stop the pain
Colgate / Stop the pain.
Illustration made for Colgate Asia, inspired by the Aztec culture.
On September 19 the México City suffered an earthquake that devastated several parts of my country, from this comes the idea of creating this piece, a tribute to my country, to my people
Various illustrations made for Mysuru / India tourism.
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Yudansha Fightwear / Japanese art
Yudansha Fightwear is a combat sportswear company, i made this illustrations for their products inspired by traditional Japanese Ukiyo E.