ABRACADABRA was requested by the Espinosa Yglesias Research Center to develop the visual identity and the information design of the interactive exposition,“ Imagine your future”. The exposition’s goal was to motivate young people to value the importance of education and complete the highest level of education possible to them. Thus reducing the rate of the huge social inequality in our country.
Paralelo is a Mexican project supported by UNESCO which is part of CONAIMUC (National Conference for Municipal Culture Institutions). Its mission is to enhance the link between culture, economy, and society, in order to generate employment and economic benefit in the Mexican municipality, through cultural and creative industries. We designed an integrated publicity campaign based on a color code which represents the states or zones in which the project was executed.
As usual, every year in Queretaro takes place one of the most important events of Graphic Design in Mexico. For this edition, the poster’s concept is based on communication; the form of the letter Q (from Queretaro), resembles the dialogue symbol that represents the communication of the mind through the stories that leave a mark on the ones who hear them.
This is a project where a few artists are taken to different places in a city, and through their paintings, posters, and other artistic creations, they express the feelings and emotions that each place provokes on them. For this we redesigned the visual identity, taking the element of the aureal spiral from the previous logo, but taking only the essential points to imply the spiral’s shape, in order to simplify and clean the image.
This project promotes the link between the creative population and the citizens of Puebla, through the opening of the workshops and studios of the artists. The visual identity was developed thinking about the concept of broad-mindedness and representing it with a key, as a symbol of invitation and openness.
We developed the communication campaign for the 5th National Encounter CONAIMUC; the design pictures two citizens who travel the city while reading, to reference the fact that the best way of getting to know a city is reading through it.