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500×700 mm
Digital Image
Ink jet printed on paper

Poster designed to promote the third edition of Silestone's International Idea Contest organized by I+D+Art & Cosentino
The competition was about reusing Silestone's discarded pieces and making something with them. I made a big exclamation mark out of Silestone's materials catalog that covered the poster entirely to draw the attention of people so they would read the contest rules and participate. They liked the idea so much that they made T-shirts with this design for this year and the upcoming years contest.


Name and logo design for Ahabi, the publishing division of AA&NN Ltd.
The design of the Ahabi logo is reminiscent of what its name represents, "ahabi" means blueberry in basque, language spoken in the Basque Country where the company was founded.



700×150×50 mm aprox.
Cardboard and plastic

Model design for Ecosistema Urbano architects office for their latest project: Plaza Ecopolis. This working model was use during the building's development phase as part of a mayor project that aimed to regenerate a plot on the outskirts of Madrid, a place surrounded by transport infrastructure and adjacent to an industrial estate into  a public space for social interaction.
I met Jose Luis Vallejo in Madrid Architecture School where I was studying at the time when he was teaching there. When the semester ended he offered me a one month internship in his office developing this model that later became a real building.
To learn more visit: https://aaandnn.com/design/plaza-ecopolis/


1188×420 mm
Digital Image
Ink jet printed paper over foam core board

Proposal created in collaboration with Laura Currais and Pablo Muñoz, submitted to the 2009 SIKA Student Architectural Competition.
This years rules were to create a temporary basement in the Caiman islands and put there all the politicians of the world so that they would fix the economical crisis that we were suffering... so for a utopian proposal what better than  a hyper-realistic solution. Laura was from Vigo so we thought that the ship could be produced there creating lots of jobs in the area. Then it would go around the world picking up the politicians to finally settle down in the Caiman island we all together they would resolve all the worlds problems (?)...Then of course the ship woul be reused as a luxury transatlantic. We didn't have much time to createa a hyper-realistic looking drawing of a transatlantic so we just took an amazing drawing by Stephen Biesty from his Incredible Cross-Sections books and ripped it out. If we had won we would have send a check to Mr Biesty. But that, sadly, didn't happen.


DVD design and authoring for Ecosistema Urbano's exhibition at II Biennial of the Canary Islands about Architecture, Art and Landscape. The exhibition took place from March 5th to May 3rd, 2009 in the Canary Islands in Spain.
I had a great time working with Iñigo Cornago creating the menus and introductory motion graphics for each of the ten videos collected in this DVD.
Official Site: http://www.bienaldecanarias.org/


Logo and name design for a partnership to between AA&NN and I+D+Art for a touchscreen proposal for he actúa UPM, an entrepreneurial organization part of the university for the promotion of new ideas and projects. 
MMOT stands for 'Madrid Malaga Oñati Touch', the first three are the places of residence of the driving forces behind the project and 'Touch' refers to the project that consisted on a touch screen interface and was developed entirely y Aaron Busca and designed externally by me. We were awarded with a mention for the project idea and receive some special classes on how to create a company but we where not able to collect enough money to continue its development so MMOT disappeared after a few months of its creation.
To learn more about the device visit: https://aaandnn.com/lab/begigorri