A fan of Pattern design creating beautiful prints for different surfaces.

I’m a designer and illustrator from Argentina currently residing in Madrid. At the beginning of 2014 I discovered the wonderful world of Pattern Design and since then, I find myself inmersed in its study, creation and professional exercise.

PUPAPOP BEFORE

I’ve dedicated myself to the Graphic Communication world for more than 12 years. It provided me with a rich experience working as an illustrator, designer, and Art director in Advertising, Marketing and Printed Graphics production agencies. I have took the the Professional Pattern Design Course at the Círculo Textil of Madrid, directed by Ana Santonja, I’ve also taken workshops with Moniquilla (Pattern Design with Photoshop), with Gaston Caba (“We love Patterns-Illustrated patterns design” Workshop), The Ultimate Portfolio Builder and other online specific instruction with: Pattern Observer, Pattern People, Make it in Design, etc)

WHAT I DO

I love designing and illustrating professional patterns for textile industry, stationery, home decor and gift markets. I also work for small businesses that are looking for exclusive corporate prints and patterns to make their brands memorable. I love to create elegant, attractive, visually powerful and interesting designs, that transmit very good sensations.

My favourite topics are floral, abstract textures, quirky geos, and sometimes a little of cartoon-style designs. I find inspiration in art, fashion, nature, photography, social media, books and music.

PUPAPOP NOW

In the present I work as a pattern designer and illustrator for an artsy fashion brand (www.legx.es) and I work freelance for companies. My pattern designs have been chosen for display and sale in Texitura International Printing Design Magazine edition 54 (A/W 16-17), edition 55 (SS17), edition 56 (A/W 17-18) and edition 57 (SS 18). They’ve also been featured in Pattern Observer, Make it In Design School (Ultimate Portfolio Builder) and Domestika websites.

Recently I have also immersed myself into the entrepreneur experience, creating my own line of products: “Urbanothèque”, which involves designing a series of products such as notebooks, greeting cards, pins and tote bags, with a fresh urbanite accent. You can see my indie brand’s products here.