Aloja is a real estate company created with the aim of facilitating the search for properties, differentiated through its specialized service, listening to each of the clients' requirements so that they find their ideal place in the least possible time.
We were tasked with creating the visual identity for Yogakul, a yoga studio focused on passing on the teachings of traditional yoga, both in practice and theory.
Spetial edition of seven books by the American author Ray Bradbury. The conceptualization of these parts from Bradbury’s ideology about the preservation of books foundin Fahrenheit 451, as well as the idea that he had of whatwould become of his ashes once he died. Bradbury askedthat his ashes be sent to space, speci cally to Mars, inhonor of his Martian Chronicles success. The collection seeks to represent how a book would be sent to space, and how it would be preserved. The covers seek to simulate the same through photographic textures of objects representative of the narrative of each book.
Identity design of a juice stand which seeks to stay one hundred percent green. The project was carried out from the concept and naming to the execution of the materials and printed media. All the materials used in its manufacture are biodegradable, and these promote ecological awareness.
The name Tepal comes from Nahuatl, and means juice. The brand seeks to maintain a Mexican essence by using tropical and endemic fruits and vegetables within its menu. These same fruits and vegetables are what generate the color palette. The materials used are one hundred percent biodegradable, seeking that once theconsumer nishes his juice he can throw it on the grassor soil, and after a certain time the seeds that come inside the clay of the cup will bear fruit.
Exercise of juxtaposed lines that attempts to guide the viewer through a geometric synthesis of Cusco, Peru, where the representative palette of colors becomes a chromatic black to generate a higher contrast, which put together with the translucent paper and the composition.
Production binder of the short lm Elva, written and directed by Gabriela Pérez. Elva tells the story of an older woman, her elegant and classic life, and her passion for ball room dancing. This publication seeks to resemblethe color palette of the short lm, as well as representingthat elegance that characterizes the main character.