This was my first experiment doing 3D illustrations and the begining of a series of illustrations for the money section of Playboy magazine. All the illustrations had been displayed in isometric perspective, each one with an specific color palette, taking human extremities as its main protagonist.
This one was for an article about the steadily growing European right-wing parties wave in the past presidential elections period focusing on France using the color of their flag and representing redundanlty the “right-wing” with four pushing right-hands forming a ballot box.
After US withdrawal of Paris agreement we talked about the consequences of Mr. Trump’s decision.
I wanted to slightly hint the context of the illustration. Trump in The White House's Restroom.
Rajoy’s surgical intervention by Dr. Charles Puigdemont. Illustration for Playboy Italy article “Dalla Catalogna all’Italia. Storie di straordinaria indipendenza” because politics isn’t a game for children.
I wanted to satirize this delicate political and cultural issue in Spain by representing with the well known 90’s Operation board game how Charles Puigdemont tries to take Cataluña off of Mariano Rajoy’s hearth. (the table it’s at the same time the Spain’s Flag)
Bitcoin fever. Cryptocurrencies are getting stronger. Illustrations for the overview article about bitcoin in the Playboy Italy February issue.
I wanted to make fun of an eventual but improbable scenario where hard disks become our wallets and Bitcoin become an official currency.
Illustration for Playboy Italy’s article focused on brain drain phenomenon and how young people are leaving the peninsula looking for better professional opportunities abroad.
Illustration for an article about the performance improvements of the companies managed by women. Women empowerment.
Fake news are popping up more often in the last years, nesting in the internet and social networks. From alien attacks and life in the moon to fake information in Wikipedia. In the Playboy June’s issue we underlined the role of some companies and social networks to avoid them.
The illustration is a representation of the first and most known fake news in a radio station by Orson Welles on the 30th of October of 1938, which talked about an alien attack and possible invasion of New Jersey.