Here is this year`s design for Gran Angular Canarias for the short film festival SREC (San Rafael en Corto).
My friend Carlota got a tattoo of a design I did for her. This is possibly the greatest honour for an illustrator, someone getting your work tattooed. It was such a cool experience, from making it to seeing it on her. She got it done by Katia at El Bandido Tattoo in Las Palmas.
This year I participated again with Gran Angular Canarias in the annual short film festival San Rafael en Corto (SREC). This year's theme was Art and Cinema. I was asked to illustrate a number of famous artists and I added the element of 3D glasses to combine both art and cinema in the illustration. These illustrations were then used by a designer for pamphlets, t shirts, stickers and decoration at the venue. It is always a pleasure to work with them.
Los Lirios vineyard was looking for a new image and to offer new products and experiences. I created a design inspired by the culture of the Canary Islands, specifically Gran Canaria for tote bags and t-shirts to sell to visitors and tourists. A great chance to get started in designing for someone else as I normally just draw whatever is on my mind.
This spot was created thanks to @byquikquik and @saltydrops for San Rafael en Corto 2018.
In 2018 I was lucky enough to be asked to create some illustrations for SREC (San Rafael en Corto), a short film festival in Gran Canaria. The theme was Women in Cinema and from there I did illustrations of women in all type of cinema related activities. These illustrations were then used by a designer who did the pamphlets, tote bags and t shirts that were sold at the festival. It was a great experience and the festival's theme was a really inspiring one. We didn't have much time, but I am still very happy with the results.
Not only this, but a promotional video was also made with an animation of the illustrations. Much of the work was done by @quikquik and @saltydrops.
In 2017 I participated in a short film festival from Gran Canaria by painting some of the decoration that was put in the theatre. It was a wonderful experience shared with close friends. This is a replica of Palestinian artist Nayi Al-Ali's (1938-1987) work that accompanied the documentary "700 Razones" (700 Reasons).