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Heartbreak (Sinking)

Posted in Collaboration, play by loompen on September 16, 2013

Heartbreak (Sinking)

Collaboration piece. Interpretation of Track 2 of Ta-Ku’s EP ‘Songs toBreak Up To’, to be released soon.

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Feeling Good

Posted in Branding, Collaboration, Freelance, Illustration by loompen on February 25, 2010

Hello Fat Lad

Posted in Character Design, Collaboration, Illustration, play by loompen on October 14, 2009



Beat by Butter ( / Fat Guy by me


Posted in Character Design, Collaboration, Illustration, play by loompen on October 14, 2009


Beat: Butter ( / Illustration: me


Posted in Branding, Collaboration, Made for Block, Marks by loompen on December 3, 2008


The Breakwater Branding made at Block with Ben and Mark.


Posted in Collaboration, Illustration, Published stuff by loompen on November 11, 2008


para tiypo


Posted in Collaboration, Illustration by loompen on December 22, 2007

As a collaboration with a fine design studio, I recently made a few illustrations for a children’s magazine. One in particular depicted the world’s oldest tree, Methuselah, a 4,789 year old pine. I just had to adorn it with a few christmas baubles.
That’s “Happy holidays” in spanish.
Many thanks to Serif for the gig.

Hula+Hula Collaboration

Posted in Collaboration by loompen on November 11, 2007

This is part of an advertising project for Boomerang Channel. A freelance collaboration with my long time mates at Hula+Hula. The whole thing was six graphics for “girl’s rules”. We delivered loads of graphics and Cartoon Network’s in-house design team decided the elements that made it to the final product. :s
Oh well, I’m just happy it turned out fine and I had the chance to work with Quique from Hula+Hula, a good friend and handsome lad who in my opinion, is one of the best mexican graphic designers at the moment.
I really dont know who the photographer is, all I know is that all the sessions took place in Buenos Aires, Argentina.
The project features graphics by Quique Ollervides, Aldo Lugo & Oscar Salinas.


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