Brand Identity for a Law firm. I worked on this project along with Maurice Sánchez.
Brand Identity proposal for the local food blogger Omar Attias.
Brand identity, web and promotional design for Sebastian Cabrera, an amazing cinematographer and personal friend. In this project I worked on a personal brand that would mainly focus on Sebastian's work: his pictures, so on each business card you can see a different one. I also developed a series of postcards he could hand to directors in an envelope along with his reel as self-promotional material. You can see more of his work HERE.
Original brand identity for a national standardized test website as an initiative for Grupo Vicini. I worked on this project's art direction for Capital DBG.
Rebranding of a local chemical and laboratory equipment distributor.
Re-Branding and communication proposals for a music festival celebrated each year in Cap Cana and promoted by Ron Barceló. This project was done alongside with Shift RD.
Comissioned illustrations for the law firm VAS' 2015 calendar, that I worked along with Maurice Sánchez and Máximo del Castillo.
Backgrounds for Cerveza Presidente
As a social media initiative for the carnival, Cerveza Presidente worked along with comedian Manny, from That's Dominican, making funny video situations, in different parts of the country, like La Vega and Santiago during the carnival.
Identity design proposal for an artisanal fruit liquor brand, for which I developed a handwritten logo and a couple of patterns for different flavors.
Brand Identity for a french fish distributor who works delivering fresh fish in Santo Domingo. I worked on this project along with Maurice Sánchez.
Mural I did In a school in Pantoja for Muralizando RD, with the help from some kids that study in that school. The message I wanted to convey with this piece, is that a woman could perfectly study whatever she wants, since I feel that in my country the "macho" culture is still very present, and so I represented this through a cut out doll. It was a wonderful experience. The piece changed a lot from the original sketch but hey... when making murals, improvisation is king.