Elefante magazine is a project developed along with students from the Pontificia Universidad Javeriana of Bogotá, which main objective is to inform children about the world. This number focuses on several languages, and tales; which had to be graphically outsanding enough for the younger ones. The magazine includes a diary in which the kid can write down his experiences, as well as a short story and some postcards.
Global stereotypes have been simplified in the book's pet, which varies depending of the language/country represented. The following birds represent England, France, Germany & Portugal.
The postcards introduce different families from around the world. The goal is to approach the children in a friendly way, as also to be images of easy recognition. Thus, the illustrations are created through the use of geometrical shapes, as well as of a limited color scheme.
The following piece is a short australian folktale, which can be read read as a book when folded, but becomes a poster when extended.