Distant Isles
Auckland, New Zealand
2019

Distant Isles was an exhibition held in March 2019 in AllPress Studio. It was inspired by the Atlas of Remote Islands as the participating artists found the insularity and uniqueness this stage provides quite rich. I contributed with three pieces that are all about my favourite distant islands, the New Zealand archipelago. 
Hanal Pixán
Tokyo, Japan
2018

This exhibition held in Tokyo had the purpose of illustrating the ancestral Mexican practice of laying out an offering for our dearly departed that includes all their favourite food. The folkloric belief is that during the day of the dead festivities the veils thins and the souls of our family are able to visit us and taste the essence of the food.
Atomic Forest
Auckland, New Zealand
2017

​​​​​​​Atomic Forest was an art exhibition we organised as part of Artweek Auckland. It was themed around imagining a post nuclear wasteland where mutations, survivors and fluorescent flora remain to pick up the pieces of our civilisation. I created the visual identity for the exhibition, promotional materials, posters and social media advertisement as well as digital visuals for the exhibition and new original artwork. 

It featured work by some of Aucklands most beloved artists such as Colleen PughAmane & MeToby MorrisMarc ConacoCallum RooneyEzra Whittaker-PowleyRebecca Ter Borg and Sophie Watson.
Day of the Dead at Cervantes Cultural Center
Tokyo, Japan
2017

An art exhibition in Tokyo organised by Hembramala inspired by the Day of the Dead craft-candy known as "alfeñiques". The piece is called "El Umbral / The Threshold" and its about the moment life ceases a soul crosses to the other side
Paperback Assassins
Auckland, New Zealand
2016

This exhibition was part of Artweek Auckland 2016, the concept was to create an alternate universe bookstore by intervening book covers and showcasing them as unique pieces of artwork. In addition to intervening a series of books, I also created the posters we used to promote the event.
M.O.R.
Mexico City, Mexico
2010

​​​​​​​This piece was for an art show called M.O.R. about depicting recurring dreams. I sleep very profoundly and I rarely remember my dreams, so instead I illustrated my significant other's fascinating dreams about tidal waves and great world-ending cataclysms.

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