Close Up: Bristol

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Decontextualization of architecture has been always part of my interests. While travelling I try to find those small details that could give some meaning to the destination and its character.

These two pictures have been taken in the canal area of Bristol, a developing area trying to attract tourism and leisure activities in a city specially marked by its industrial site.

Decontextualization of architecture in Bristol and its Canal

Decontextualization of architecture in Bristol and its Canal Year of publication: 2014
Bristol, England

 

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World March of Women

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I was honoured in 2008 to develop as a volunteer the main image for the regional demonstrations of the World March of Women in Galicia (also known as Marcha Mundial das Mulleres). I have to admit that I was only following the instructions of the Vigo’s team in order to create the final poster and applications as well as advising them. The idea of being inspired on Klimt is also part of the hard working team. However, I can only be glad of being somehow part of a project that still today fights for basic rights of women in the world.

The poster was used in the seven main cities of Galicia on 25th November 2008, and followed by more than 2.000 people only in Vigo.

World March of Women Vigo 2008

Project published in 2008

Barcelona Airport: New Terminal 1

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It is not easy to have the chance to enjoy an airport before its opening and to enjoy a massive terminal area absolutely empty. For those who travelled to or via Barcelona T1 will understand much better the magnitude of such an empty space, today used by thousands of people every day at almost any time.

Open in 2099, it has an area of 648,000 m2 and an aircraft ramp of 600,000 m2

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Icelandic Trash III

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Two pictures of the serial Icelandic Trash.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

Icelandic Trash 6

Icelandic Trash 7

Meant to be (and in fact, it is) one of the most fascinating nature destinations, Iceland finds itself full of old forgotten machinery. Some of it consider today monuments, some other maybe just left over there as it might be cheaper to let it stay as bring it back somewhere else and process it.

Check Icelandic Trash Part I
Check Icelandic Trash Part II

Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011 and 2012.

Icelandic Trash II

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Two pictures of the serial Icelandic Trash.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

Icelandic Trash 4

Icelandic Trash 5

Meant to be (and in fact, it is) one of the most fascinating nature destinations, Iceland finds itself full of old forgotten machinery. Some of it consider today monuments, some other maybe just left over there as it might be cheaper to let it stay as bring it back somewhere else and process it.

Check Icelandic Trash Part I

Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011 and 2012.

Bolboreta Festival

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This pieces of design graphic are part of my final project as bachelor on Graphic design. Bolboreta (butterfly in Galician language) Festival is supposed to be the first itinerant music festival supported by Scratch Musiccompany (the whole major project and brand developed).

Bolboreta Festival

 

The festival would take part in different cities on tour in Spain during the months of August and September. Above the main poster, while the next designs are coasters and postalfree examples to be used in bar to promote the festival. The slogans are “Live it up; life is short” and “Hatching out in concert” refer to the butterflies basics and to the intensive and fast way of celebrating such events. Bolboreta Festival

Bolboreta Festival

Bolboreta Festival

This pieces are part of the global project Scratch back in 2007. Find out more here on the blog soon!

Iceland: edges

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Two pictures of the serial about Iceland.
An introspective point of view of Iceland.

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Iceland 06

Edges in Iceland are easier to realise from above. These two areal pictures show the natural edges and human artificial edges over the volcanic island. This was also my first approach and sight over Iceland. A sight and a moment hard to forget.

The red tone of shadows and lightings are the direct effect of the sunset on a week of “midnight sun”.

Serial on going.
Pictures taken in 2011.