Thursday, October 28, 2010


Had to make a drawing of what the world of today is to me (for semiotics class). I decided I wanted to portray the connection between places far away from each other, caused by technology.
It hit me the other day when I was talking to my grandma in Iceland through Skype, and had recently designed a poster for my mom who is also in Iceland, that now a days when you move to a different country, you don't really go away. It's like having one foot in one country and the other foot in another one. If I would've moved to Spain 20 years ago I wouldn't have been able to read the icelandic newspaper, keep up with every single person I know there, see photos from every single party, talk to them and see them while I do so, or at least if I'd wanted to read the icelandic newspaper I'd had to wait a few days for it to arrive in the mail. But bottom line; the world is growing smaller and smaller, it doesn't matter how far away you are, you're never really that far away.

Tuesday, October 26, 2010

La asombrosa historia de Mr. Snow

An illustration made for the poster of my friend Antonio's next show, "The amazing story of Mr.Snow". This was made in photoshop from scratch. The I drew the letters by hand, and the snow, and the old man (Mr.Snow). As for Antonio's face I had a webcam photo as a reference, and the city in the background is from stock.

Wednesday, October 13, 2010