FAUNA Y FLORA
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Opening: Thursday, December 1 at 20h.
A combination of personal graphic worlds Tarragó Joan and Marga Lopez.
Joan In this exhibition presents his world of animals and fantastic characters, sacred spaces full of symbolism and bizarre plots, lines and textures. An atmosphere of ritual l ist to mix with the scenario prepared by Marga, typography and full of vegetation. Endless lines whimsically organic growing intertwined with geometrical patterns and inn to frame the fauna of Joan.
The result of this set is a contrast between the friendly, pleasant and contemplative nature, grows at will by going to the crash of a strange man wild, unknown and unexpected.
In this sample reveals a series of landscapes, histories and representations of the inhabitants of the forest unusual and hitherto hidden.
Hes career started almost 10 years ago when he moved to Athens for a school internship. He is in an interdisciplinary journey between illustration and graphic design, two-and three-dimensionality.
He believes illustration is no longer bound by the flat format, but very often inspects and develops space. With his projects he try to build bridges between art and design, where illustration, painting, streetRead more
Ha estudiado Bellas Artes especializándose en ilustración, además de un Postgrado en Diseño y Estrategias de Comunicación, en Elisava (Barcelona).
Desde 2008 trabaja cómo freelance. Ha realizado proyectos para clientes como Audi, Google, Converse, Quiksilver, Ray-Ban o San Miguel.
Entre sus referentes se encuentran los grabados y la cartelería del s.XIX, la heráldica o los patrones repetidos de laRead more
VWorkshop is a collective of professional artists - designers brought together by a common creative expression. The team is run by the handmakers Marga López and Joan Tarragó. The group’s main activity is bringing to life our creative language experimenting with several techniques and a wide variety of natural materials. Visual art is no longer bound by the flat format, but very often inspects and even develops space.
With ourRead more