I loved this little animation. It’s fun, well styled, well storied, simple but engrossing. Excellent work.
Lots of people involved on this one and they are all here in all CAPS.
CHELO ANDREU – ANIMACIÓN/ MODELADO PJ Y PROPS
ÁLEX PUIG – ANIMACIÓN / MODELADO DE PJ / RIGGING
YOLANDA ÁGUILA – ILUMINACIÓN / MODELADO DE PROPS Y ESCENARIOS
FABIO CARMONA – ANIMACIÓN / MODELADO DE PJ Y PROPS / RIGGING
BORJA LÓPEZ-GALIANO – DISEÑO, MODELADO, TEXTURIZADO Y SHADERS DE PJ Y PROPS / ANIMACIÓN
JORGE MUÑOZ – ILUMINACIÓN /MODELADO PJ Y PROPS / ANIMACIÓN
ALEJANDRO MONREAL – FX / ANIMACIÓN / MODELADO PROPS / GUIÓN
JHONY CHAVESTA – ILUMINACIÓN / MODELADO DE PJ Y ESCENARIOS
JORDI AMPOSTA – ILUMINACIÓN / MODELADO DE PJ / MODELADO PROPS
MÓNICA RÍOS – ANIMACIÓN / DISEÑO Y MODELADO DE PJ Y PROPS
MAJO SILVA – ILUMINACIÓN / MODELADO DE PROPS Y ESCENARIOS / LAYOUT
MIGUEL ORREGO – ILUMINACIÓN / DISEÑO Y MODELADO DE PJ / RIGGING
MARÍA BARBADILLO – FX / ANIMACIÓN/ MODELADO DE PROPS / LAYOUT / GUION
MARTA RODRÍGUEZ – ANIMACIÓN / PRODUCCIÓN / MODELADO PJ/ DISEÑO Y MODELADO PROPS/ GUION
JUAN MORO – MODELADO Y TEXTURIZADO PROPS Y ESCENARIOS / RIGGING /EDICIÓN / LAYOUT
DAVID QUEROL – ANIMACIÓN / MODELADO PROPS Y ESCENARIOS / LAYOUT
SANTI BONO – FX/ MODELADO PROPS Y ESCENARIOS / LAYOUT
LAURA PORCAR – ANIMACIÓN / COMPO / LAYOUT YUI GÓMEZ – ANIMACIÓN / MODELADO DE PJ
BELÉN MARMANEU – ANIMACIÓN / MODELADO DE PJ
ANDRÉS SERRANO – MODELADO DE PROPS
JAIME MAESTRO – DIRECTOR
CARLOS ESCUTIA – PRODUCTOR
AITOR HERRERO – DIRECTOR DE ARTE
EDUARDO OLIDEN – SUPERVISOR ANIMACIÓN
ANA AMAT – SUPERVISIÓN ILUMINACIÓN
RAÚL COLOMER – SUPERVISIÓN DE FX
RUBÉN SOLER – SUPERVISIÓN GUIÓN
ANA PENADES – PRODUCCIÓN
TWELVE DOLLS- MUSICA Y SONIDO
This is actually an older project by one of my most favorite Spanish design and illustration studios for Nike basketball. I stumbled upon the project in Vasava’s portfolio a week back while digging for inspiration and though there were some fantastic images generated for the project.
Luis Toledo is a Spanish illustrator with a strange layered and heavy style drawing in streams of inspiration from several different cultures. These are digital collages but I don’t think that lessens the time and meticulous attention required to both see through and arrive at something so rich.
Adrián Romero is a Spanish graphic designer and illustrator with some wild, colorful and pop-infused visuals in his portfolio. His work is very illustrated but composed with the sensitivity of a designer. It’s a tasty bag of eye candy.
I’ve posted the work of illustrator/street artist Aryz before but it looks as though there are some recent updates and they are far too glorious and inspirational not to share. Please stop and consider the actual size of the piece above for a second. Wow.
Mashup of popular culture is probably the most accurate description of Joram Roukes’s artwork that takes elements from graffiti, cartoons, sports, movies and just about everything else put in front of us to distract us from the underlying decay of our society. There is also a bit of Francis Bacon peaking out from the seams if you look closely and that’s just enough to add an edge that can push things a just dark enough to make it very interesting.
Graphic Designer and Illustrator Borja Bonaque works from beautiful Valencia, Spain. His work is inspired by pure lines and geometric shapes. He has produced artwork for companies such us Elwood, Financial Times,Wallpaper, Zoo York, New Scientist, Rioja Wines, Bancaja, House & Garden or Wired Magazine. His work has been published in Germany, United States, England, Mexico, Switzerland, Japan, Singapore.
Estudio Vixen is the design studio of Alba Plaza based in the amazing city of Barcelona (I am dying to get back there soon). He’s involved in several interesting projects and has the simple but slick presentation of his work dialed in tight.
Madrid-based motionographer Helio Vega has returned to the freelance world and recently posted an updated reel. His work is still looking pretty fresh and he’s showing little signs of stopping.
I’ve been insanely impressed by the fledgling motion studio Diestro in the past few months. They literally kicked the door down when they first posted their portfolio and they are elevating their broadcast work to that rare echelon that might daringly be described as ‘art’. Their recent update is a testament to that statement.
Andrei Ograda is a freelance graphic artist/designer from Bucharest, Romania who is currently “trapped” in Spain where he claims it has become near impossible to find work. He’s ready to travel and open to work anywhere in Europe or maybe even the U.S. He’s got some very unique work in his portfolio which is why I am mentioning it here. So hook the guy up already.
Please enjoy the washed out, slightly retro and sometimes sun-drenched photography captured by Spanish photographer Ana Cabaleiro. It’s a light and beautiful affair. I would say more but the images say it all.
Benjamin Simon is a young 3D illustrator, motion designer and graphic designer based out of Madrid, Spain. He is working freelance currently and has some very slick work in his portfolio.
“A day in the country; sun, music & skate. An event organized by Ra and Buddywood to skate one of the few available ditches near Madrid.”
Full credits here.
Spanish multidisciplinary design studio Medusateam have updated their already colorful and poppy portfolio with yet more colorful and poppy work. Yummy eye candy.
Wow, the Spanish artist known as Aryz is one of my new favorites. He moves fluidly between outdoor walls, indoor canvases to graphite and into Photoshop never losing the edge that makes his work special. He’s a genuine talent. There is some highly inspirational work in his portfolio and I would imagine judging by the scale of his outdoor work that seeing it in person is quite striking.
Conor Cronin is a young art director originally born in South Africa but now residing in Barcelona, Spain. He has a knack for color, image and style. He’s good at combining them to create some memorable images. In short, he’s a damn fine art director with a very bright future.
Weird, colorful and just plain fun works of design, illustration and typography are being produced by Spanish creator Osman Granda. He’s not afraid to experiment with color and just about everything else and that’s where the fun comes into play.