World March of Women


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



‘Signs’ is a short serie of pictures developed in 2008 in order to bring a paradoxical meaning to common pictures.

The first two refer to a direct effect of tourism into main attractions in Berlin, while the second one uses the nuclear contamination sign on a nature-inspired-figure of one of the most polluted cities in Europe: Madrid

Sings 2Sings 1Sings 3Year of publication: 2008



These three easy pieces play with typography in order to communicate different meanings of nationalism.

The first picture refers to the death caused during World War II, while the second focuses on the Spanish case of different regional nationalisms which mainly focus on preserving their own culture and identity inside of a global state. The third one is a word play in Spanish between ‘nationalism’ and ‘mine’, which pretty an obvious meaning.

Nationalisms 1Nationalisms 2 Nationalisms 3Project published in 2008
Barcelona, Spain

The timeline


One of my favourite ways of representing time is using the bar as timeline and to specify an empty dot on it to make relevant a notorious moment.

Here a very easy example on how to get to represent the evolution of architechure and spaces along the 20th century. This example is also one of my favourite one in order to explain time on infographics. The repetition and insistence on a colour key is used in order to provide a clear and easy to follow language, so the information ca be quickly found.

Architecture timeline representation

Project published in 2008