“The Spider Web”, Light Box, 30 X 90 cm., Special Edition: 3/3, 2020.

[Estátu-kuó]

     Influenced by the imagery of the technical-market of countries such as Mexico, India, Pilipinas, USA and Spain, I create this series of posters, which are the result of a work marked by years of travel, cultural appropriations, graphic recycling and manipulation digital.

     Through this commercial signage, intended to be palatable, I explore our current status quo, on topics ranging from gender, economy, ecology, politics, war conflicts, or illegal human trafficking. From them arises and combines a market discourse that proposes a desirable and at the same time controversial image, resulting in an aesthetic parody of itself.     

The series mixes collage with drawing and painting, and is covered with a layer of varnish that aims to offer an old, modernist look; in a frank tribute to artists such as Alphonse Muscha, Guadalupe Posada, and Toulouse-Lautrec, who in their time also used art as a social tool to promote reflection through aesthetic experience.

“The ONE”. Infography on paper , 58 X 130cm., Special Edition: 3/3,  2010.
“S.O.S”  Light Box, 55 X 40 cm. Special Edition: 3/3, 2020.
“The Line of Life”,  Light Box, 55 X 40 cm. Special Edition: 3/3, 2020.
"Marcelino”.  Infography on paper , 25 x 33 inches, Special Edition: 1/1, 2008.
“Libyan Lottery”. Infography on paper , 80 X 40 cm., Special Edition: 1/1, 2011.
“El Tricofero de Barry”. Light Box, 55 X 35 cm.  Special Edition: 3/3, 2020.
“Familiar Quotations”, Infography on paper , 25 x 33 inches, Special Edition: 3/3, 2011.
“Mabini”, Infography on paper , 25 x 33 inches, Special Edition: 3/3, 2011.
“Acid Rain”   Infography on paper , 25 x 33 inches, Special Edition: 3/3, 2011.
“Ceci n est pas un poisson” Light Box, 77 X 58 cm., Special Edition: 3/3, 2020.
“War Of Words”   Infography on paper , 28 X 60 inches, Special Edition: 3/3, 2010.