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The young creative Belen Moreno

 

Belén Moreno is a young Spanish artist born in 1987, currently residing in Sevilla, I carry out her studies in illustration and fine arts at the University of Granada. 
 
In her works unconscious introspection and seize it. Lacking grid planning, emotions, experiences and the need to extrapolate ideas or concepts made ​​pooling, become the protagonists of the piece. 
 
The work and discourse are constantly changing, constantly developing, at the mercy of the visual and sensory perception itself. Requires an understanding not only an accompaniment and peace. Pretending to contact those who observe it, discarding the audience watching without more, staying in the superficial technique. 
 
Without seeking to persuade or educate the viewer in any way, intend that emerges is rather share or infuse reflection, with own personal character. The person facing the work will not know where or what to see, what we put in front of something unknown, but nevertheless would refer to something familiar. We all share an imaginary, to which we attach different meanings in our unconscious. The symbols are universal but can be considered completely free of interpretation, since depending on who you see its meaning changes, your experience changes, the reading changes. 
 
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La Gioconda
 

 

Twin Peaks


 

El Regreso


 

Colibri


 

 
 
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Final Project Degree, Wine Cellar-Hotel

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This Cellar-Hotel is in Sanlucar de Barrameda, Cádiz (Spain), is a final project for college Alfonso X, made ​​by the young architect Rafael Silva Barbadillo, where you see the perfect sync between a natural setting, which situated opposite the Doñana dunes and pine forests at the mouth of the Guadalquivir and architecture focuses on these views.

 

Rafael Barbadillo


Ground covers and justification


The exterior of the modules reveals the focal character, at first glance , drawing lines, guide the viewer directly, clearly visible its optical intention are especially pronounced through the relocation of vegetation and layout of external communications to the sunken ship and the tip of Malandar Doñana National park .
It has been decided disintegration project into modules, to allow pedestrian communication with the sea, not hindering the precious views.
Modules , mitigate its volume depending on the plot and try to get a more appropriate scale against the environment and the density of the location , hosting platforms private, enclosed outdoor spaces and scope semi-public and public .
 The volume makes each of the spaces have different heights and this concept has been done in terms of the uses , which are reflected in the following diagram .
In the most public module , the program has been developed by plants depending on the number of users . As you go up , the sounds disappear , to calm and serenity , watching the waves breaking from the sea.

 

Ground Floor

 

First Floor and Elevation

 

Second Floor


Beach Elevation

 

Section by Public Module


Rafael Barbadillo


Rafael Barbadillo


Rafael Barbadillo


 
 
 
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Incredible works of young illustrator

 

María Emege


She is an illustrator, designer and concept artist born in Madrid, graduated with honors in Fine Arts at the Complutense University. 
Among other jobs, she worked as designer in Vilnius and Unusual Gaumina-Wonder-Madrid, as comic book artist for MangaMagazine.net, and lately as concept artist for Young Justice Legacy-Warner/DC. Nowadays she works as a freelance illustrator. 
She tries to use Both digital and traditional style, With watercolors, ink and Photoshop. 
She is very curious, open minded, She love to meet people and to travel. Also She is addicted to comics, art, videogames, cinema, fashion, good music ... you know, she can not stop discovering stuff and living intensely.

María Emege


María Emege


María Emege


María Emege


María Emege


 

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FPD, Hotel Resort Spa in Valdecañas Island

Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Borja Fernandez


This Hotel Resort Spa is located on the island of Valdecañas in Navalmoral (Extremadura, Spain). It is a final project for the University Alfonso X, made ​​by the young architect Borja Fernandez, where you see the perfect synchrony between a stunning natural landscape and architecture. 
This sigular hotel  played with the topography, decks and paths, promoting the adaptation and delicate respect for the environment in which it was implemented.
 

Borja Fernandez


Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

 

Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Borja Fernandez 


Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Borja Fernandez


Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Emplacement


Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Floor Access


Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Floor -1   

Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Floor -2        


Architectural Project PFC Borja Dominguez

Borja Fernandez


 

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Living Walls by Aurelio Cachafeiro

Aurelio Cachafeiro


Today we have with us Cachafeiro Aurelio, with its famous theme walls, where we can see their work in offices, homes, shops, hotels, meeting rooms, restaurants, ... 
No doubt this different form of interior treatment has done unique the work of Aurelio, creating a benchmark and a unique signature.

 

Aurelio Cachafeiro


Aurelio Cachafeiro


Aurelio Cachafeiro


Aurelio Cachafeiro


Aurelio Cachafeiro


Aurelio Cachafeiro


Aurelio Cachafeiro


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Comprehensive reform in Terrace by MU studio

 MU estudio


Draft comprehensive reform, with change of use of two single-family homes in the town of Terrassa , province of Barcelona.
Mainly all work under this project focused on the reform of the ground floor of this two storey finca , now a single family home. Total disuse and age of the house, were imperative comprehensive reform, adapting facilities and reinforcing elements of the structure. The new distribution and connection to the upper floor , through a new central staircase , forced us to also reform of the first floor and two facades .
A premise for this project was the conservation and restoration of solid brick walls and traditional " Catalan vault " of the floor . In the same line of conservation , and making a traditional construction , it was proposed to put a ceramic floor placed in a " fishbone " throughout the plant .
The staircase is an important point for the general organization of spaces, the vertical connection and providing light in the central area of the house. The latter takes the form utmost importance , narrow and elongated , having the house.
The pedestrian entrance to the house has been unified into a single entry on the ground floor and has added another access for parking. The entrance area is an open space , which generates a lot of range and offers the possibility to propose various uses , depending on customer needs .
Technical Features
· Architects : Guille Magallon Cobos i Jordi Ventura Ubach
· Location: Terrassa
· Year : 2013
· Performance Area: 113 m2
· Photographs: Miquel Coll

MU estudio      


MU estudio


MU estudio


MU estudio


 MU estudio 


MU estudio 


 

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Faire of "Arco Madrid 2014"

Credit by Archidesart


ArcoMadrid 2014 is one of the contemporary art fairs more established on the international scene involving several countries from all continents . The 33rd edition of ARCO was celebrated from 19 to 23 February 2014 in flags of the Feria de Madrid. A new call in which, after meetings with the galleries , we have established changes aimed at bringing more and more fair project your needs , a new edition in which we will work to give maximum visibility to the work of artists and to encourage an exchange between galleries, collectors and professionals .
One of these changes we should be proud ArcoMadrid 2014 , is to make your content more visible booths dedicated to one or two authors . This is the SOLO / DUO program , is submitting the form of art allowed greater interaction between the artists and the knowledge thereof , positioning a fair ARCO descurimientos .
Then attached some pictures of the event, if you've been and want to say something to the event please let us know your opinion.

 








 

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Interview to Kitty, a creative young designer, founder of KiTiKi initiative

Credit by KITIKI


Kitty, how would you define yourself?

Dreamy, cheerful, a little forgetful and stubborn, sensitive like a good Pisces that I am and I’m a pretty positive person.  I like the heat, the sea, and traveling is something I need to do to live.  I love to take a good coffee and a slice of cake on a beautiful corner of Madrid. I love photography and do not rule out taking a course someday. And one of my passions ... is design. I can spend endless hours at the computer.

1. What is KITIKI and what does it consist on?

KiTiKi Design is a young graphic design company with a fresh spirit and modern ideas, which follows the current styles and tendencies.

2. How did the idea of KiTiKi emerge?

In 2012,  I was living on the other side of the world, in Australia. It never occurred to me to start my own business. I always imagined myself working for someone, but fortunately, the experiences and challenges of living in a place far away from home, were what prompted me to start this project with great enthusiasm. It made me realize what I was capable of, I had enough motivation and eagerness to know that this might work out.

3. At what point did you decide to take the initiative to create KiTiKi?

Before leaving Australia, I had a steady job as an info graphic designer working for AS Journal in Madrid, but I decided to go, leaving absolutely everything in order to live the experience.

At first, logically fears emerge, since in the middle of the crisis I decide to leave everything behind without having anything certain there. I spent several months looking for a job as a graphic designer, but the situation is actually more complicated than what we all think when we step a new country.

It was also a way to open my eyes and think about my future differently. So a few months later I decided to open my own business, what was before known as DSense Events, focused more on the design and organization of events, would later become known as KiTiKi Design. I decided to continue it in Spain and decided to focus not only on events, but graphic design in general.

4. What jobs does KiTiKi do and for what type of audience?

In KiTiKi we are dedicated to everything related to graphic design. From the corporate image, to wedding invitations, posters, brochures, flyers, stickers, Print design, event design, etc.. We even have a shop online now, with our products and our designs which gradually, hopefully can continue to grow.

We have a wide audience, from large companies, small, Australian, Spanish companies, nonprofit organizations, new entrepreneurs, individuals, young people and people not that young... We try to adapt to the needs of each client at all times. Each design has to have something special and personal for each customer, and most importantly, make that project a personalized and unique project.

5. What skills and aptitudes do you think should have in order to launch an idea like this?

For a business to truly work, you have to have it clear, that besides being a job, it has to be your passion. Every day you have to enjoy more what you’re doing, it’s not your duty, there has  to be enthusiasm and perseverance. And one thing, that sometimes we find it hard, but it’s perhaps the most important, is to be patient throughout our journey. Sometimes things go slowly, but if you are enthusiastic and persistent, they will always arrive.

6. What do you like designing the most?

Perhaps what I like designing the most are invitations and everything that has to do with weddings. I really enjoy seeing that my designs are part of an important and special day for those two people.

7. Which has been a design that has been very laborious and why?

Mmmm ... a while ago a client asked us to make the corporate image of a new Geothermal company Groen Energy(www.groen.es) and the truth is that I had to research a lot in order to find the perfect style for this type of business. At the end, we made a very successful and clean design, the client was delighted and I have to say, that it’s one of the corporate images that I like the most.

8. What is your greatest satisfaction in terms of your career?

I enjoy designing, I'm very passionate about design! I can throw myself hours and hours in front of the screen working on a project. Knowing that the clients with whom I work, like the result. That is definitely my greatest satisfaction.

9. Which would be the limitations you have as a designer through the internet?

The internet world is sometimes difficult, but in other aspects it’s a quick and easy way to reach people, if you know how to.  When I say difficult, I mean that there are times when it seems that things are tight, that visits to the blog do not rise, the followers of social networks do not increase ... (that's why I said patience above). As for the store, which currently is online, I would like to have a physical store, have a direct relationship with the customer who comes to buy my product, and fill myself with satisfaction when you see someone who likes looking at something through your window. The internet doesn’t let you see that, in that sense it's cold and distant.

10. What advice would you give to young people who are planning to carry out an idea like this?

Have hope and carry out their idea, not let themselves influenced by people who say you can’t do it, or to not risk it and for you to be realistic, because that's where the failure is. If you want something, do it! Make every effort to get it, work hard, be patient, nobody said it would be easy. Success means effort, yes that's my advice, strive to do everything in your power to get to achieve what you set out, and that is when you will get it.

 

 

 

Credit by KITIKI


Credit by KITIKI


Credit by KITIKI


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Urban design and graffiti by the young artist Segan.

Credit by Segan.


The artist we have today is called Marcos, but he is a little more known as "Segan".  He is a Spanish artist of 20 years old, from northern district of Madrid concretely Fuencarral.

His main discipline is the "Graffiti design", where he has been almost a decade since he started, and this year he has started to take his first steps in the world of graphic design.

Segan is dedicated to making you customize hats-hand, painting for businesses and individuals.

"Basically I can customize everything that I be able to paint" by Segan.
Having said all this, we leave a small part of their work, where you can see all kinds of designs related to the Graffiti's world.

Credit by Segan


Credit by Segan


Credit by Segan


Credit by Segan


Crdit by Segan


Credit by Segan


Credit by Segan


Credit by Segan


Credit by Segan


 
 
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Amazing photography works by the spanish photographer Reche.

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About Reche Photographer

In these difficult times, is the time to adapt to the current market situation and look for different activities or supplement. 
He recently takes photography his professional activity complementing projects and works in which I am speaking, space cooling, decorating projects, rehabilitation of facades, etc ... However, 
Following the addition of this new profession, are various jobs I'm doing: Commercial and advertising photography, copyright, sport, landscape, book, etc.

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Credit by Reche Photographer


Credit by Reche Photographer


Credit by Reche Photographer


Credit by Reche Photographer


Credit by Reche Photographer


Credit by Reche Photographer


 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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Archidesart is a group formed by young architects and artists who have observed the great difficulties that the majority of the new and young artists, architects and designers have when getting to publish their own works and projects in global publications.

 

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