Love is More
Design

Love is More

Architecture and illustration are fields that come hand in hand. The first, solid and real, represents something objetive and acts as a container. The second one, flexible in format, is subjective to the eye of the beholder and represents a series of feelings and moods of a certain person in a period of given time. I … Continue reading

15 Beautiful and Minimalist Websites
Design

15 Beautiful and Minimalist Websites

Some weeks ago I published 20 Amazing UI/UX Web Designs, where I talked about the importance of minimalism (in color and layout), neatness and one clear message (like business cards). Lately I’ve been working a lot on corporate web design (check #3) and summarizing what a company is, believe me, it’s no easy task. For that reason, today I am focusing on this topic. Each of these … Continue reading

The Free Architecture Guide of Shanghai (PDF)
Architecture

The Free Architecture Guide of Shanghai (PDF)

I had never been to China before this summer. I was very fortunate to have been awarded a full scholarship for Tongji’s summer program on sustainability and green practices and got the chance to visit Shanghai for the first time. I was deeply impressed by their culture, their philosophy and their construction methods. I had time to discover the … Continue reading

50+ Architectural Reasons to Visit Every Province in Spain (1/2)
Curiosities

50+ Architectural Reasons to Visit Every Province in Spain (1/2)

If you have a pair of sunglasses and a sketch book, you’ll need nothing else in Spain. In addition to the sunshine and its (amazing) food, Spain is also widely known for its architecture. Influenced by the Romans, the Visigoths and the Muslims among others, Spain has a beautiful mixture of architectural styles that have remained or have … Continue reading

Design

40 Beautiful and Interesting Print Ads From the “Mad Men” Period

According to Mad Men, an American television period drama series, “mad men” was a slang term coined in the 1950s by advertisers working on Madison Avenue to refer to themselves.  Back in the 50’s-60’s print advertising was an extremely powerful marketing tool – making it a very competitive market. Print ads reflect society and its evolution, … Continue reading

Design: Infographics
Design

Design: Infographics

Infographic with no information Information graphics reveal a big amount of information. It filters what is important, establishes relationships and enables the viewer to construct meaningful knowledge. As it has been increasingly used, it has become more and more complex. Today information graphics surround us in the media, in published works both pedestrian and scientific, … Continue reading

Design

Design: Retro Coasters

Check the collection of coasters I designed for Skyline Mania! Material: MDF wood Depth: 1/8 inch Size: 5×5 in Motive: Chicago Towers. John Hancock, Marina Towers, Trump Tower and Sears Tower are the 4 favourite towers of Chicago’s Skyline. These retro coasters are a useful and artistic house item. Perfect for a gift! Continue reading