I always have fun illustrating for Ohlalá magazine. In this edition I illustrated the opening page for an "aquasutra" article.
I did this illustrations for "Cook With Moto" a Motorola event.
Es un honor ser parte del Anuario de Ilustradores Argentinos festejando su décima edición.
Esta vez participé con mis ilustraciones "California" del la serie "Travel for living". Fue un viaje muy especial y me alegra mucho poder compartirlo con ustedes!
It is an honor to be a part of the Argentine Illustrators' Yearbook, which is celebrating its tenth edition. I participated by providing my illustrations "California," from the series "Travel for living." It was a very special trip and I'm glad to be able to share it with you!
PH: Tom Tepp
Having nature around is something I always have enjoyed. Plants are so full of life and so beautiful, they have such a special and positive vibe. I made this poster for a client's gallery and I want to share it with you, welcome to the garden of life.
These illustrations, made with love, were silkscreen printed on tote bags for Katmandú, a brand of nicely handmade pots.
Take a look at them on their facebook, I'm sure you'll be delighted.
This is a serie of illustrations I designed for Ohlalá! Magazine to illustrate an article that explained how to give yourself a great massage. Let's try it!!
My collaboration on the Argentinian Illustrators Yearbook #7.
This is an annual edition independently produced and illustrated with love by a hundred of illustrators from Argentina. If you want more details about this project, visit: http://anuarioilustradores.com.ar/
My collaboration on the Argentinian Illustrators Yearbook #8.
This book is an annual edition independently produced and illustrated with love by a hundred of illustrators from Argentina. If you want more details about this project, visit: http://anuarioilustradores.com.ar/
I was invited by Farmacity to illustrate some fun stuff that was exposed all over the city!
I designed this logo for the first edition of Feria Masticar in 2012.
I love eating tangerines in winter, do you?
Illustrations for a story book that is still not finished (and probably never will be!) •ᴥ•