A very common dog in Edinburgh.
Chickens, on coloured pencils. A sweet spot inspired by homesickness. Funny enough, I don’t own any hens or chickens.
Frederick Had Long Legs
…and he loved to climb to high places.
Short foldable zine portraying a children’s book idea born at a children’s illustration workshop.
It has a poster on the back.
Series of comics made through 2020. A more personal approach to inner predicaments or feelings that I wanted to portray through specific situations inspired from my personal life.
All of them, and others, have been uploaded to my instagram account.
Piensa en Grande
“Piensa en grande” (Think Big)
Personajes para campaña para el Ministerio de Educación de Chile (MINEDUC) promocionando la formación de directores.
Character design for an Ministry of Education of Chile campaign, promoting the formation of Educational Directors.
Made for Agencia Felicidad (2019).
Based on a Manuel García song of the same name. This illustration is part of a bigger collaboration project about Chilean Musicians and New Folk. 2016.
Pipeto, la rata
As known as ‘Pipeto the rat’. Is a character design development with the intend of creating science communication.
The search of more intelligible science that anybody can understand is something I constantly like to pursue. Therefore I developed this character, and a specific narrative and tone he would use, so there can be a way of explaining things using narration, examples interactions with other characters, while experimenting and learning on the go alongside everybody else.
Both character and narration style were tested to reach the widest audience possible.
Integral Design BFA at Pontifical Catholic University of Chile.
The chickens started when I visited Dumfries House near the town of Auchinleck, Scotland. They are inspired by the Scots Grey Scottish hens. After my visit, they became an obsession and now they pop up every now and then. These specific ones were made on ink and gouache. 2019-2020.
Sonder is the main project I developed during the masters programme at the University of Edinburgh’s College of Art. It’s an interactive platform that pretends to simulate the effect of people-watching in a crowd. Trying to emphasize empathy and the “sonder” effect. Explained as the sudden realization that every single human being out there has a life as complex and vivid as your own.
Please check out the interactive image.
Gouache and ink painting. A ball of flesh of non-individual humanoids. Exhibited at The French Institute, Edinburgh, 2020.