I am working on a complete restyling proposal for a real brand and its packaging. I wont say the kind of product yet… Just that it is an international company, based in Asturias, with a wide range of food products.
By now, I alredy have the color palette I will use for the three main products.
Fuzzy bunnies, big-eyed girls, meat, magic, and mystery
Pinxit, whose title refers to the Latin term meaning “painted by,” is organized by the themes of Ryden’s major exhibitions—The Meat Show, Bunnies & Bees, The Tree Show, and so on—and includes collected essays by Yoshitomo Nara, Carlo McCormick, and others, and a new essay by culture critic Kristine McKenna. Ryden’s paintings and drawings are reproduced using the finest technique available, and over a dozen of the paintings are foldouts that open to a staggering 150 cm (59 inches) across.
Due to my BB addiction, I decided to start my new sketchbook with some Breaking Bad character drawings, starting from my favourite, Walter White. In my opinion, this tv serie is one of the best ever produced, and this is my tribute to it. Read More
Agency: Creative Orchestra
- Brand Design: Juande Cobos and Nuria Rodríguez
- Characters & Landscapes design: Juande Cobos and Nuria Rodríguez
- Copy Writer: Michelle Conolly
- Animation Storyboard: Joseph Maduma
- Ethical positioning: Chris Arnold & Victoria Gallardo
- Animation: Arnau Millet
The “El medio pollito y el medio real” tale (Half chicken), was writen by A. R. Almodóvar and his stories have been an important influence in my childhood.
My mum used to read this one to me, and we both laugh because the tale was really weird.
This is my vision of the tale, as if it was the cover of the book. Read More
This is a personal project.
I really love the old-fashioned horror movies, and this one is my favorite, because of the victorian ambientation and the special character of the Bride, played by Elsa Lanchester. I think the Frankenstein bride is an icon of the gothic trend, and she is also the starting point of the creation of some other characters like Lily Munster or Morticia Addams.
The illustration has been made by myself, in an interpretation of the “American Gothic” work, by the painter Grant Wood. Read More