A selection of projects and concepts at various scales for cultural institutions, individuals and brands. ↓

 

November 24
2017

See A Way to Disconnect and Connect
See Pool Views

Pool Views

Poster

See Domestico N · 03

Domestico N · 03

Books & Prints

See La Triennale di Milano: City After the City
See Eigengrau Laboratory — Laboratorio Eigengrau
See Libro Primero — First Book
See Jamez Manuel — Mujeres
See Union

Union

Poster

See Panorama

Panorama

Books & Prints

See 90’s

90’s

Poster

See Causa Sui

Causa Sui

Books & Prints

See Natural Formations
See Domestico N · 02

Domestico N · 02

Books & Prints

See Editar para transformar — Clip/Stamp/Fold
See Converse Weapon Profile

Converse Weapon Profile

Books & Prints

See 200 Years Ministry of National Defence — Government of Chile
See Relations

Relations

Books & Prints

See Domestico N · 01

Domestico N · 01

Books & Prints

See El Complejo — The Complex
See Como queremos vivir

Como queremos vivir

Exhibitions

See Skieven

Skieven

Books & Prints

See Exercise B & Type O
See Area / Bordes: Floating shapes
See Celebration Flags
See Daga Magazine N•12

Daga Magazine N•12

Books & Prints

See I with out kleenex

I with out kleenex

Books & Prints

See 2012 — 2013

2012 — 2013

Poster

See Libro Temprano — Early Book

Kvartirnik — Poster

“Kvartirnik” is a live music concert held in a private apartment. Kvartira means flat or apartment in Russian. These were wide spread in 1970–80’s in USSR, almost all of them had illegal and underground status. The situation when rock bands weren’t able to play in clubs and bars, because of the official goverment policy, pushed young generation to find a new way of communication with fans. Due to space limit in apartment, boundaries beetween musicians and an audience erased and a concert usually transformed to friendly party. During these live concerts a lot of sound tape records were done, copies were being distributed illegaly as well. Kvartirnik is a crucial phenomenon in alternative music culture in 70–80s & played a significant role in rock music development in Russia.

 

This poster was designed under Bruce Mau Design for United Notions exhibition. You can get a copy here.

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Sebastián Mejía Exhibition

I really like the work of Sebastián, more than a good photographer, is a very good friend. I feel honored to help him doing the poster for his latest exhibition “Intervalo Peatonal” at Metales Pesados Gallery in Santiago, Chile.

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Nombre y Forma Book — Camila Valdes

This work gathers everyday incidents. The scenes of each of these photographs deliver information recognizable to many, normal objects that refer to learned names: the similar and the common. Among them, accidental shapes too. Areas hiding coincidences, transformation and a longing for the natural.

Even though this book has nothing to do with words, the silence within them also speaks.

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Panorama Book — Clap! 10×10 photobooks

Very thankful to be part of the selection of Clap! 10×10 Latin American Photobooks 2000-2016 with the book that we did with Ediciones Daga for the artist Sebastian Mejia.

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CLAP! 10×10 Contemporary Latin American Photobooks

CLAP! 10×10 Contemporary Latin American Photobooks is a photobook reading room that presents 130 contemporary Latin American photobooks from 2000 to 2016. Organized by the nonprofit 10×10 Photobooks, the project launched at the PGH Photo Fair at the Carnegie Museum of Art in Pittsburgh from 13-15 May, 2016 and was exhibited at the Aperture Foundation in New York City from 2-5 November, 2016 before concluding at The Museum of Fine Arts, Houston (MFAH) from 2-3 March 2017. At the end of the reading room tour, all the books in the project will be donated to the Hirsch Library at the MFAH.

Selected by 12 Latin American specialists (either in teams or individually), the reading room is a hands-on opportunity for North American audiences to browse a range of recently published Latin American photobooks that are rarely seen or available in the US. The selected books, representing many of the most exciting innovations in contemporary Latin American photography and publications, will be documented in the forthcoming (Release: March 2017) comprehensive CLAP! book, designed by Ricardo Báez with essays by Luis Weinstein and Joaquim Marçal F. de Andrade.

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Food court — Good food

Saving our planet, lifting people out of poverty, advancing economic growth… these are one and the same fight. We must connect the dots between climate change, water scarcity, energy shortages, global health, food security and women’s empowerment. Solutions to one problem must be solutions for all. This is my collaboration for the Food Court project realeased in the Toronto Art Book Fair 2016, thanks for the energy Chris Lee

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Trampoline Hall

Underwater shapes for one of the shows of Tampoline Hall

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Panic, International panic, Universal panic, Panic german government, Panic american government, Panic italian government — Lee scratch perry

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Photography 10 months ago

Why travels makes you so happy?

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Crests & Shields book

I’m very happy to be part of the selection of logotypes for the Crests & Shields book of Counter-Print Books.

 

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