Composition using photoshop and handmade illustrations.
p o s t e r s
These posters participated in the Bienal Cartel, which consisted on choosing a category (ecologic) and I came up with this series:
The Planet’s Era
The category asked for about 3 posters that could tell you more about the issue and the campaign that ONU had going on.
It was a huge deal for me to come up with the idea, painting it all and a week before the deadline. I only used watercolors and colored pencils. I also used Photoshop to correct and adjust some details. But overall, I think they all turned out great.
l o v e c a r d s
‘Love’ illustrations for cards.
Art licensing deals available.
l e t t e r i n g
Ipad lettering made on Procreate with the iPad Pro.
I enjoy making these, very much. but nothing compares with lettering using paints and watercolor!
i l l u s t r a t i o n
Watercolor is my favorite medium. Almost everything I do involves watercolor, and I always like to add lettering into them, as you can see.
These are some illustrations I’ve done in these few years.
g e t w e l l c a r d s
‘Get well’ illustrations, still deciding if it would be better to print them myself or agree to a licensing deal.
t h a n k y o u c a r d s
‘Thank You’ watercolor illustrations.
Still in the process to print them / get an art licensing deal
a n i m a t i o n
a b s t r a c t
My two favorite things; Watercolor and lettering combined.
f l o r a l l e t t e r s
Illustrated letterforms using only a Micron Pen 03, 05, 01.
p h o t o
I love taking photos. Most of them I take it with my iPhone camera. I think you don’t need to have fancy stuff to make great things! I’m still learning about photography every day.
d o o d l e s
c h a l k
iPad chalk lettering using the Procreate App.
Love how they turned out. If you are interested on learning this technique, go check out my skillshare classes!
t y p e
c a m p a i g n s
Johnnie Walker Activation.
I was asked to do Copperplate Calligraphy in stores for people who bought the Blue Label.
I had such a great time, made amazing calligraphy friends and met wonderful people.
It was a huge challenge for me, to get out of my studio and actually talk to clients and people (which is something I’m not that good at) and do my best to keep the customers happy, make the job on time, and be really careful not to mess up any names or spill ink. But it was all worth it!
I feel extremely grateful for the opportunity, and it’s just awesome that Johnnie Walker makes campaigns like these, because it makes us calligraphers feel like our job is something worth of, and people in stores are amazed with the job we make, and lots of them didn’t even know this art existed, so yes, I had a wonderful time!