"Libro Azul" (Blue Book) is a personal project I started at the end of 2016. I found this small blue Indian sketchbook in a hidden store on the streets of Las Lomas, Mexico City. When I first opened it and touched it's thick white paper pages I fell instantly in love. The purpose of this small book is for me to draw in it whatever sparks my imagination or studies of artists I admire. I usually accompany the illustration with quotes that describe how I feel that day.
Illustrations commissioned by Marie Claire Magazine Mexico.
Illustration commissioned by Brooks Brothers Mexico to congratulate GQ Magazine for their tenth anniversary.
Live fashion illustrations for Kate Spade's store inauguration at Arcos Bosques and for Guess' event in Noches Palacio. The people who would buy something from the store would pose with their new purchase and I'd make a quick sketch of them.
I participated in a Rodin Painting's competition and was chosen as one of the finalists, as a reward I had the honor to expose one of my paintings at the Soumaya Museum in Mexico City.
Collection of art dolls made with textiles I had lying around my house. I created a Frida Kahlo and Salvador Dali doll.
Textile workshop I gave together with Sofia Villarreal at an art gallery downtown Mexico City where we taught loom weaving.
Collaboration with Guitarras Corchea, a Mexican label that makes wooden guitars and then gives them to artists for them to paint.