Different editions of the festival «El més petit de tots», international festival of the performing arts for kids (aged 0-5). Accessible, intimate and sensitively crafted entertainments designed to encourage kids to develop their appreciation of the arts.
The 21st Fira Mediterrània de Manresa draws its inspiration from rituals. It explores the relationship between popular culture, spirituality and the community and the way this connection can provide inspiration for the contemporary performing arts. Three images connect the rites of passage (a skull), celebratory rituals and those depicting the struggle between good and evil (a dancing devil) and rituals showing our connection with nature (the outline of an oak tree). The image has been created with a piece of stocking fabric studded with tiny bells, which are a common feature of the dances held during popular processions.
Design of the covers of the «Crónicas Sudacas» by Martín Caparrós for the American online book platform Scribd. Six reflections by the author on the physical and mental landscapes of six Latin American cities. Forceful and imperfect typefaces and casual compositions want to represent the dual character (the noise and the calm) of each of the cities.
Festival of the performing arts for kids (aged 0-5). The festival stages accessible, intimate and sensitively crafted entertainments designed to encourage kids to develop their appreciation of the arts.
A font for headlines and headers. This font was created for LaSala, a cultural facility dedicated to creating, producing and disseminating children’s shows, with an innovative quality programme, open to all genres and disciplines.
Published in 2007 to commemorate the Rusiñol Year, 75 years after his death. This book for the general public focuses on Rusiñol‘s complex and multi-faceted personality. It deals with Rusiñol‘s output as a writer and as an artist from eight different perspectives and including a selection of his writings.
Festival of the performing arts for kids (aged 0-5). Performances for small audiences blending all aspects of the performing arts: music, theatre, dance, audiovisuals and play.
The actor’s chair, the spectator’s chair, nobody’s chair... A unique and magical chair. Image created to promote the 2019-2020 show season of the Teatre Auditori Sant Cugat.
This international festival gathers the best comic performers in the world in the ‘city of clowns’. The nose, a clown’s indispensable tool to make the audiences laugh, becomes the plain and unadorned focus of the picture in the poster of the 16th edition of the festival.
A collection of some of the best stories by the Italian writer and pedagogue Gianni Rodari, widely considered the 20th-century Hans Christian Andersen. Since Rodari is a famous author, the cover plays with the letters of his name. A distinctive look with a neat and simple solution.
Poster. A warning to the young on the importance of healthy eating.
A collection of fiction by new authors. The Graphic identity of this collection is defined by conceptual pictures without superfluous ornamentation.
7th International Performing Arts Festival for Infants (0-5 years of age). A series of four pictures for a festival that features the best European theatre shows for children. Four photomontages that take us into the surreal imaginary world of children. The protagonist of the festival becomes a little superhero that challenges the law of gravity.
The Educational Services of the Museum of History of Catalonia offer their resources for teaching and learning history to students of all ages. Several characters and monuments help us bring to life new historical figures with the Surrealist technique of cadavre exquis.. The Educational Services of the Museum of History of Catalonia use direct experience and an empathic approach to teach history from a humanistic and social point of view, adapting themselves to meet the needs of students of all ages.
Design of the book series «Alma Pensamiento Ilustrado». Essential works of universal thought under the gaze of renowned illustrators. The purpose of the design is to create unique books without losing the idea of a series. Graphic sobriety, typographical minimalism and an economical use of color are the basic ingredients to achieve this purpose.
Personal project. Toys made of recycled containers.
Visual identity and a range of covers for text books from Spanish secondary school syllabuses for the 2019-2020 academic year.
International Street Theatre Festival. FiraTàrrega is an international marketplace for the performing arts, a significant international meeting point and a forum for debate. This year’s picture consists of three hyperrealist images that convey some of the key concepts of the festival: ritual (celebration), movement (choreography), the creative process (copulation), exchange (contact), display (an encyclopaedic catalogue), emotion (seduction) and transgression (passion).
This collection of young adult fiction features a number of carefully-selected titles.
Personal project. Creation of a menagerie from daily recognizable objects.
8th international festival of the performing arts for kids (aged 0-5). We’ve all played at spotting shapes in clouds at some time or other. Flying rabbits, elephants and bulldozers make up the visual and poetic imagery of the festival. Accessible, intimate and sensitively crafted entertainments designed to encourage kids to develop their appreciation of the arts.
Design of the «Més Llibres» fiction and essay collection. The logo of the collection has as a graphic feature the repetition of the letter “L”, the first letter of the word book in Catalan and Spanish. This formal and conceptual game is repeated on each cover and helps to compose the title of the book and the name of the author. The logo becomes a typographic fillet. This minimal feature will be enough to give character to the collection.
This unique festival features a selection of shows and experiences for little kids under five. Up close intimate performances which combine a variety of stage languages.
Fifteen years, fifteen borders, fifteen timelines forming a mosaic of colours and living forms that sums up the cultural activities of the Barcelona Culture Institute (ICUB). Fifteen borders forming a giant C, standing for ‘Culture’.
This is a summer festival of festivals that involves the whole city of Tarragona. Popular and cherished, with a quality programme of cultural events scattered throughout modern-day Tarraco.The track of the fish in several cultural fields in the seaside city.
This is a summer festival of festivals that involves the whole city of Tarragona. Popular and cherished, with a quality programme of cultural events scattered throughout modern-day Tarraco. The fish and the citizens of Tarragona.
Visual identity for Bar café 1929 in Banyoles (Girona). A unique place, a restaurant and cultural centre, all rolled into one.
Logotype for Editorial Joventut, a Catalan publishing house founded over 100 years ago. It has an extensive catalogue of titles on a wide variety of themes. A tribute to Joan Trochut’s Súper-Veloz modular typographic system, the logo seeks to highlight the publisher’s historic legacy while evoking its modern and timeless character. The symbol forms the core of the visual identity. The initial J for Joventut works independently and as part of the word, creating the new logotype. A symbol-cum-monogram. Two letters in one. The letter J is made up of two letters, the e and the J, the initials of “editorial Joventut”. The light and delicate calligraphy of the letter e contrasts with the solid, firm, block-like typography of the letter J. There is also a contrast between the irregular, casual e and the monolithic letter J.