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!

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Jordan: Bersek & Angel Neo

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This pieces of design graphic are part of my final project as bachelor on Graphic design. Jordan was a real project at the time and some of the designs were used at the time. Nowadays Jordan is known as Luis DH, taking pretty a new direction into electronic and pop music.

Here you can find some of the examples proposed for it CD covers for the album Angel Neo and the single Bersek.

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Jordan Bersek

Jordan Bersek

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

Shoots on the Square II

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The next pictures are a serial of proposals. They started being nature questions, but could end on a very long list of any other topic, mainly related to politics and religion.

Up to Budapest and its empty potential space mainly used by artists for space interventions. Trying a new irony, this “meant to be” artistic space could be changed into a promotional icon. An advertisement  looking for new creatives creates a double irony on a capital with a communist background.

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The last picture comes back to the celebrations issue. The irony is placed in Istanbul. The real advertisement refers to the China and celebrate its new year, the Tiger one, which is a beer brand… on a country where its religious tradition would not allow them to drink it?

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This project just pretends new situations in open public spaces, where messages can be easily reached. An innocent perspective for a big issue. Like drawings on newspapers. Like tourists would do on their traveling, like we would do on a weekend out in Vienna.

Project published on year 2010.

Shoots on the Square I

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The more innocent sights are sometimes the more critical ones with its own environment. While analysing the public space we could easily have a look to this Coca-Cola advertisement where they wish us merry christmas… And it is happening on a church under work. Rising funds should be transparent, but it is still kind of paradoxical.

Shoots on the Square 1

Basically, what on a day were just celebrations for the season change, has been used by religions to support their own believing. Then, used once again by commercial purposes that finally support the own church who used such a celebration.

But let’s go a step further and play with imagination. Which ironies could we easily find on our urban environment? Would be politically correct to support Venecia’s works through advertisements of a catastrophal film?

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Project published on year 2010.