Mariana G.

MARIANA G. Amidst the intense noise of Mexico City, and with the sadness conveyed by a Zoom meeting, Mariana G. tells us about her experience in illustration, among other things. Mariana G. is a young illustrator. Her solemn work often evokes organic life and contemplation, like when the wind sways a tree’s branches on a sunny day. Entre el intenso ruido de la Ciudad de México,

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Lui Mort

LUI MORT My name is Pablo, but when I talk about my artistic project I am Lui Mort. I renamed myself as such after noticing that my name was held by millions of people. The name is simply a mistranslation from French, a kind of “he’s dead” as part of the dissolution of my particular self, of my person, of my being. My social media life

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Pessccado

PESSCCADO [This is a new way of interviwing that is intended to provide us with quantitative or qualitative elements of the artist’s creative process]. A few days ago we had the pleasure of chatting with Pessccado, a young man originally from Mexico City who currently resides in Cancun, Quintana Roo, a creator of narratives who has dedicated his brushstrokes to the unconscious with one eye on

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Jotch

JOTCH Within the thick and virtual echo caused by Zoom, and with those Pacifico’s memories of a first talk that was not saved on the computer, Jotch tells us about his creative process, his experience, his work. Jotch is a Mexican illustrator and designer, from Coacalco, known for his humor and his satire, for the funny and crude way of representing himself. For a while now,

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Chepe

CHEPE Chepe es is an illustrator and artist from State of Mexico. In 2017, he was selected as Latin American Young Talent in Lima, Peru. He’s worked on projects like Google Station and Ciudad Mural. His works transmits love for nature and everyday life, as well as it reflects a particular way of view the world, a background covered by learnings and inspirations. This time we

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