Design Does Book


December, 2017.

Conceptual photography to accompany the articles on the “Design Does Book”. This book is an exploration of the contemporary design world and its future. They don’t ask about “what design is” if not “what design does”.

The book 30 questions that are answered by the most recognized creative and designers in Spain. Each of the photos accompany one of that articles/answers.

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Ús Barcelona


October, 2018.

“Ús” is an street art festival based in Barcelona. The objective is to rescue the value of the disuse’s spaces to give them a new live and new uses throught street art and participation of the citizens.

Ordinary magazine


September, 2018.

Ordinary is a quarterly fine art photography magazine featuring over 20 artists from around the world who are sent one ordinary object, which comes as an extra, to make it extra-ordinary.

The object for this issue is the striped plastic straw.

Nuart Stavanger,


September, 2018.

Nuart is an international contemporary street and urban art festival, held annually in Stavanger, Norway since 2001. It is widely considered the world's leading celebration of Street Art among its peers.

Nuart aims to explore and present new movements and works with artists operating across the spectrum of 'Street Art'. Street art has its roots in situationism, graffiti, post-graffiti, muralism, comic culture, stencil art and activism amongst many other things. It is without a doubt the most exciting development in visual art for decades. A 'movement' that has caught the imagination of the general public, collectors, auction houses and curators the world over.


Torelló, Catalunya. (Spain)

July, 2018.

FESTUS  is a multidisciplinary festival in Catalonia where they present proposals from the sphere of music, theater, circus and also street art.
The tòpic of this year was “freedom of expression”.


Biennale Venezia

July, 2018.

Through his conceptual installations, the intention was to offer a critical view on the relation between man and nature. The objective: to invite us to take care of our environment.

This intervention is a conceptual reinterpretation of the five projects that ELISAVA presents at Catalonia in Venice, in the framework of the Venice Biennale 2018. Through a critical reflection of the understanding of nature as an unlimited exploitable resource, these installations focus on interaction, respect, coexistence, and the need for building a new balanced relationship between man and nature.