Urban Vortex

Commissioned illustration for El País Semanal Art Direction . Diego Aresas

Bronze for Best cover ÑH19 Awarded by Capí­tulo Español de la Society for News Design (SND-E) & SND Sudamérica

“More than half of the inhabitants of the planet live today in cities and by the middle of this century 70% of the world's population will be reached. Will there be room, employment and services for all?”

This monographic issue  has brought together experts in the field, reporters, photographers and illustrators who have gone out in search of answers.

Published on El País Semanal magazine, 12th May 2019

Original artwork
Urban Vortex, 2019
Ink on Waterford 250g/m2 paper
48x 38 cm

The New Yorker Sketchbook I

The New Yorker magazine, 23rd April 2012
Art Direction . Chris Curry

On the first piece of the series, an architectural capriccio where its possible to see depicted some of the city's highlights and personal favourites.

New New York, 2012
Ink on paper
18 x 23 cm | 7.3 x 9 in
Private collection

The New Yorker Sketchbook II

The New Yorker magazine, 24th December 2012
Art Direction . Chris Curry
On the second piece of the series, Central Park is the protagonist as a negative presence. A void in the urban landscape of NYC.

The New Yorker Sketchbook II, 2012
Ink on paper
18 x 73 cm | 7.3 29 in
Private collection

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The New Yorker Critics Section

The New Yorker magazine . 2012-2013
Creative Director . Chris Curry
A series of illustrations for the Critics Section at The New Yorker magazine. Focused on some cultural buildings in NYC but quickly evolved to different graphical representation of the city.

From 2012 to 2013, each month a new drawing was published on the magazine.