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Creation of a special illustration to celebrate the Bicentennial of Spanish Constitution (known as La Pepa). Titled 18+12, the objective of this… Read More
Creation of a special illustration to celebrate the Bicentennial of Spanish Constitution (known as La Pepa). Titled 18+12, the objective of this project is to link the freedom and democratic values of the current Spanish Constitution through the organization of a multidisciplinar program which includes cultural proposals in several areas, such as urban art, illustration, contemporary and popular music, audiovisual, and internet. Recreation of the allegory of the Constitution of 1812 using the character as a symbol of the Constitution, with convoluted ornaments that refer to the ornaments from the original document and illustration color palette alluding to the colors of the Coat of Arms on the flag of Spain. 18+12 Project includes Spaniards and Latin american illustrators, among them: Liniers, Carmen Segovia, Flavio Morais, Elisa Arguilé, Ajubel, Ombú, Gallardo, and Keko. Client: Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) and Government of Spain Location/Country: ABC Museum/Madrid, Spain Year: 2012 Read Less
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Creation of a special illustration to celebrate the Bicentennial of Spanish Constitution (known as "La Pepa").
Titled 18+12, the objective of this project is to link the freedom and democratic values of the current Spanish Constitution through the organization of a multidisciplinar program which includes cultural proposals in several areas, such as urban art, illustration, contemporary and popular music, audiovisual, and internet.
Recreation of the allegory of the Constitution of 1812 using the character as a symbol of the Constitution, with convoluted ornaments that refer to the ornaments from the original document and illustration color palette alluding to the colors of the Coat of Arms on the flag of Spain. 18+12 Project includes Spaniards and Latin american illustrators, among them: Liniers, Carmen Segovia, Flavio Morais, Elisa Arguilé, Ajubel, Ombú, Gallardo, and Keko.

Client: Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) and Government of Spain
Location: ABC Museum
Madrid, Spain (2012)


Criação de ilustração especial em comemoração ao Bicentenário da Constituição Espanhola (conhecida como "La Pepa"). 
Intitulado 18+12, o objetivo do projeto era agregar valores de liberdade e democracia à Constituição Espanhola através da organização de um programa multidisciplinar que incluiu propostas culturais em diversas áreas, como arte urbana, ilustração contemporânea e música popular, audiovisual e internet.
Recriação da alegoria da Constituição de 1812 usando o personagem como símbolo da Constituição, com ornamentos que fazem alusão aos elementos decorativos do documento original e paleta de cores fazendo alusão ao brasão da bandeira da Espanha. O Projeto 18+12 incluiu artistas espanhóis e latino-americanos, dentre eles: Liniers, Carmen Segovia, Flavio Morais, Elisa Arguilé, Ajubel, Ombú, Gallardo e Keko.

Cliente: Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) e Governo da Espanha
Local: Museu ABC
Madri, Espanha (2012)

Kreation einer spezialen Illustration für die Zweihundertjahrfeier der Spanischen Verfassung (bekannt als "La Pepa").
Das Ziel des Projektes, betitelt als 18+12, war es der Spanischen Verfassung die Werte von Freiheit und Demokratie zuzuordnen, durch die Organization eines multidisciplinäres Programmes, welches kulturelle Angebote in verschiedenen Gebieten einschließt, wie urbane Kunst, zeitgenössische Illustration und Pop-, Audiovisuelle und Internetmusik.
Neuentwicklung der Allegorie der Verfassung von 1812, unter Anwendung des Darstellers als Symbol der Verfassung, mit Ornamenten, die Andeutung auf die dekorativen Elemente des Originaldokuments und die Farbenpalette machen auf das Wappen der spanischen Flagge. Das Projekt 18+12 schließt spanische und lateinamerikanische Künstler ein, wie z. B.: Liniers, Carmen Segovia, Flavio Morais, Elisa Arguilé, Ajubel, Ombú, Gallardo und Keko.

Kunde: Acción Cultural Española (AC/E) und Regierung von Spanien
Ort: ABC Museum
Madrid, Spanien (2012)