This year San Francisco Center for the Book celebrated their 11th Roadworks Steamroller Printing Festival. Their main attraction was a 1924 Steamroller which was use to create large prints from linoleum blocks.

Click to Read +

John Stevens, lettering artist & illustrator with over 30 years of experience, presented his new book, Scribe, and work exhibition at the San Francisco Main Library.

Click to Read +

June 13th-20th was San Francisco Design Week. One of the highlights was John Maeda in Conversation at Arkitektura General Assembly.

Click to Read +

It has been a month since I moved to San Francisco. After several weeks of meeting interesting characters and frustrating emails, I almost agreed to share a room.

Click to Read +

Just a little sneak peek. Currently working on an interactive map for a real estate company in Taos. Oh maps! working on this I remembered my years in college illustrating site plans.

Click to Read +

On April, Adobe of San Francisco held a 5 hours Responsive Design Workshop presented by Brian Wood. It started with the basics: what is responsive design and why it’s important today, the difference between fluid and adaptive layout, media queries.

Click to Read +

Yay! Finally have business cards again. When creating my website I changed the logo a bit and had to designed new business cards.┬áBranding yourself is always hard or at least it has been for me. I don’t feel I have a particular style yet.

Click to Read +

Sometimes things just happen. At the end of January, after spending the holidays with my family in the Dominican Republic, I felt lonely and in need of some excitement. Started searching for concerts and found one I liked…Tool, except they were only playing on the west coast. It was time to plan a trip.

Click to Read +

Art Palm Beach is an annual 4 days art fair held in Palm Beach County Convention Center. APB features major work by world-renowned artists and showcases emerging and established living artists working in all forms of contemporary art.

Click to Read +

The Girls’ Club was one of the many venues participating in the 2013 Art Fallout in Fort Lauderdale, their topic was “Thinking on Paper”, allowing artists to present work on paper as part of a one-day, open call exhibition which was informally judged by professional artist as well as general public on the day of the event using sticky notes.

Click to Read +