This project is a typographic publication in Spanish, which tells the story of the traditional legend of "The Pied Piper of Hamelin". The concept of the book was to use typography to visually show some of the situations in the narrative, having visual accents in relevant situations by only using two typefaces.
Jan Tschichold was a renowned typographer from the beginnings of the XX century. He was crucial during the early development of graphic design as a professional field, defining the modern principles of typography application and use.
Surfland is an animated series project about a group of kids having adventures in their surf friendly island. The key inspiration elements were Hawaii and water parks. For this project I developed various concept environment pieces in different techniques along with a couple of character pieces.
These are three projects I did a while ago. At the moment I was starting the MFA Illustration program at SCAD. A character, a house concept, and an editorial piece. At the moment I was exploring techniques and very different looks. The character and the editorial pieces are fully digital, the concept piece is a traditional illustration with an awesome technique that involves acrylics, watercolors, color pencils and some oil washes. Enjoy!