Words in papers

Our work in print spans a wide range of scales and surfaces. From stationery and art catalogues to invitations and large wall information panels. Each piece has been carefully designed to obtain a harmonic combination between the graphical solution and the materials onto which they are applied. We aspire to produce beautiful, useful and attractive objects. You may find a selection below.

Art catalogues

Pasiones Contemporáneas

Contemporary Passions shows the works of over 50 artists, covering a period of over 45 years of the history of art, ranging from Pop, Modern and Conceptual arts to post-modern artistic expressions, with figurative and expressionist pieces.

El Greco to Goya

The origins of the Prado Museum lie in the collections accumulated over almost 300 years by the different kings of Spain. From Charles V to Ferdinand VII, these monarchs were some of the most dedicated patrons and collectors of European art.

Matthias Weischer

In his first individual exhibition in the Americas, Matthias Weischer presented his most recent prints and paintings. His work shows a multifaceted interplay of colour, light and forms whose multilayered compositions offer a festival of patterns, shapes and objects, all placed in artificial settings. The virtuous artworks engage both the eyes as well as the mind.

Open House

A catalogue, a website, signage and invitations for a contemporary art exhibition held at the Argentine Ambassador’s residence in London, to coincide with the capital city’s architectural event called Open House London.

Double Take

Catalogue for the exhibition Double Take, organised and featuring work by recent graduates of the Royal College of Art, London.


To celebrate the collection’s homecoming, the Museo de Arte de Ponce reopened with Encounters: Space, Time, and Experience, an exhibition designed to emphasize the collection’s diversity. With a greatly expanded and improved home for the museum’s 4,500 objects, it is now able to exhibit twice as many works as before. The 820 works of art on view span 3,000 years and come from Europe, the Americas, and Africa—three cultures that have shaped Puerto Rico’s heritage. Rather than presenting the collection in a traditional manner (geographically, chronologically, or by medium), this exhibition is organized thematically, thereby hoping to reveal new relationships, stimulate conversation, and build bridges to understanding.


Ibsen Festival 2016

Monsters of Reality: The Mimesis Machine is a one day happening. A constellation of invited artists from Norway and Greece filling the gilded corridors of the National Theatre with live performance, installations and interactions, using fiction to find truth.

The Art of the Empire

The Art of the Empire: Three Centuries of British Art celebrates the evolution and vitality of three hundred years of British art, ranging from the 18th century to the present. The exhibition consists of paintings, sculptures, works on paper and illustrated books which are presented in four thematic areas: portraiture, landscape, religious painting and the Pre-Raphaelite vision. It also shows insight into the work of two followers: William Morris and Edward Burne-Jones.

Chelsea College of Art & Design

General prospectus 1999/2000 for the Chelsea College of Art & Design, developed in collaboration with Crescent Lodge Design. The format and layout were used for future publications.

Silent music

Leaflet with the programme of Mystics, a musical production composed by Musica Aperta performed at the National Gallery of Art in Washington in the fall of 2008.


Leaflet to promote Stop.Watch.: a programme of short films addressing ecological themes commissioned by The RSA, Animate Projects and Arts Council England.


Music programme for a performance/concert by the Washington-based experimental music ensemble Musica Aperta. The brochure follows the identity guidelines we had previously created for the company.

The New Art Walk in Madrid

Folder to present the press and members of government the architectural project for the New Art Walk in Madrid: an expansion of the museum quarter linking the art venues of the area.

Small Print

Móvil postcard

Postcard designed to celebrate the first ten exhibitions organized and curated by Móvil, a non-profit space dedicated to contemporary art. The design of this postcard contains photographic details of the ten exhibitions.

Exhibiciones Móvil

Flyers designed for 8 exhibitions organized by Móvil in 2014–2016Móvil is an independent non-commercial organization involved in the production and exhibition of contemporary art. Its main interest is experimentation and bringing emerging practice closer to the wide public. For further information, visit www.movil.org.ar

Alegría, Alegría, Alegría

For the 2014 Gala, named Joy, Joy, Joy, we designed an invitation inspired in Jack Délano's multidimensional work. Specifically, we adapted a series of letters drawn by the artist himself in 1953. Red and gold were the colors selected, referring to Christmas time, since the event was held close to the holidays.

Golden Era

Golden Era is an event organized by the Ponce Art Museum of Puerto Rico, for the pre-opening of the Decadence and Revolution Exhibition: Art in Vienna, 1890-1910. The font on the cover was especially adapted for this piece, accompanied by a detail of Alexander Rothaug's Dido in the funeral pile.

Making the Museum

The Museo de Arte de Ponce lives within a work of art: its landmark building by Edward Durell Stone, one of the twentieth century’s most unconventional architects. To celebrate its fiftieth anniversary, the exhibition Making the Museum charts the evolution of Stone’s design through a selection of architectural drawings never before shown together in public.

Gala 2013

The Art of Giving is the title of the gala organized by Puerto Rico's Ponce Art Museum for philanthropists, foundations and companies that supported the institution's work.

Our Daily Art

The yearly gala organized by Puerto Rico's Ponce Art Museum raises funds to guarantee the institution's operation, to preserve its cultural heritage and to ensure the continuity of its educational and artistic free programs.

Art of Having

Art of Having is an initiative of the Art Circle for the benefit of the renovation and expansion project for the Ponce Art Museum of Puerto Rico. 20 original works of artists were raffled in order to raise funds for increasing the Museum's educational and cultural services, continuously offered to the community.


Luis Camnitzer: Art in response embodies a conceptual discussion between contemporary art and the cultural tradition of European art in the collection of the Ponce Art Museum. The invitation was delivered jointly with the invitation to another parallel opening, Emilio Sanchez: Light, line and shadow.

Phantasie 3

Musica Aperta's Inside Music series offers music lovers the chance to experience music at a deeper level by intertwining the musical performance with drama, visual arts and other artistic expressions.

Natan Exhibition

Invitation cards, exhibition labels and wall texts for an exhibition held at Natan, a Buenos Aires-based firm specialized in contemporary design. The cards were also used as a cover for a CD with soundtracks that were commissioned to musician Axel Dross for the store.


Invitation designed for an exhibition of artist Mariano Vilela titled Duplicate which focuses on the concept of replication of reality. Only the text was used as the main design feature in the card.

Delicious Home-Made Food

A5 cards to promote a home-made food delivery company. The menu appears typewritten on filing cards and in the background there are photographs that were shot in a local food market.

Architecture Studio Stöberl

Promotional brochure for architecture firm Stöberl. For the internal layout, we wanted to create a "continuous flow" effect. In order to achieve that, we placed the pictures and texts in a sequential order. Meanwhile, for the external part of the brochure we replicated the rhythm by applying a series of grey-coloured cells.

Women Passing By

Packaging for music CD by Axel Dross with illustrations by Andrés Sobrino.


Catalogue for fashion designer Viviana Uchitel, whose hand-made clothes can be found in selected stores in the United States, the United Kingdom and Japan.

Rose's petals

Catalogue for fashion designer Viviana Uchitel, whose hand-made clothes can be found in selected stores in the United States, the United Kingdom and Japan.

Chemo Calendar 2014

Illustration for the cover of a calendar. Chemo is a pharmaceutical group focused on research, manufacturing and marketing of active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) and finished drug forms (FDFs) for human and animal health. The 12 colours belong to a colour palette that identifies different subjects of their products and activities.

Summershows, The London Institute

The programme for the Summer Shows 98 was commissioned by the old London Institute to Crescent Lodge Design. The work was inspired in the lettering used by Dutch graphic designer Wim Crouwel in his classic Hiroshima poster which features a vivid pop colour palette.


Identity and labels for wine brand produced by Bodegas La Rural. Designed in collaboration with Andrés Sobrino at Simplestudio.


Móvil 2014-2017

Poster designed to celebrate the first ten exhibitions organized and curated by Móvil, a non-profit space dedicated to contemporary art. The design of this poster juxtaposes fragments of the ten posters originally used to promote the exhibitions.

No Way Back?

Poster and programme for a two-day conference organised by RSA Arts and Ecology. Guided by RSA’s manifesto challenge which aims "towards a zero-waste society", we re-used waste from the printer’s as the support for the poster. This was later on folded onto an A4 page to function as the programme’s cover. The font used, which I call low-res, is my own striped version of the Engschrift DIN font. Stripped images or type is what you obtain when you set the printer in an economic mode to save ink or when it you almost have no ink left.


Premiering at the National Gallery of Art in 2010, Pheasants is a 90 minute concert-performance with a historical setting in 17th century Spain. The show was inspired by the transition of power in Europe from an imperial court to the new enlightened despotism as represented by the arranged marriage between Louis XIV of France to his cousin María Teresa, daughter of Philip IV of Spain in an exchange that would end the Thirty Years’ War.

Art & Chance

Art & Chance is born in 2010, as an initiative supporting the “Capital Campaign” to help finance the renovation and expansion project for the Ponce Art Museum of Puerto Rico.

Argentine Tango

A poster announcing a weekend of Argentine Tango in London including live music, dancing and films. The monogram created for this poster became the mark for all the following tango events organised by the Argentine Embassy in the UK. The type is Minion, a modern serif that contains the right details to be used in this logotype.

Six Degrees of Hamlet

An invitation-poster announcing the show Six Degrees of Hamlet by multimedia company Musica Aperta. The restricted budget demanded of one simple solution that could have two different functions: long distance poster and text size typography.

The Interior Castle poster

Promotional pieces for The Interior Castle, a concert presented by Musica Aperta in celebration of the 500th anniversary of the birth of Saint Teresa of Avila, commissioned by the Carmelite Monastery of Boston. We designed two CD jackets and their insert booklets, a DVD box, a poster and a programme for the event.

Magazines and Guides

World Business Magazine

World Business is a monthly business magazine published by Haymarket. My work as design editor consisted in refining the overall design of the publication and defining the tone of the photography and illustrations, which are commissioned for different issues. The illustration on this page was my own, designed to accompany the article ‘Northern Stars’, focusing on the ‘cultural, institutional and economic conditions that make the Nordic countries the envy of the world’.

Guía de Buenos Aires 2000

Editorial design for a new, independent and bilingual Buenos Aires Guide, focusing on the best the city has to offer according to Buenos Aires-based journalist, editor and entrepeneur Alejandra Longo. Published in two colours, the guide combines text and illustrations specially designed by Andrés Sobrino.