Spanish artist Magoz spends his time creating conceptual illustrations for clients around the world – among them The New York Times, The Wall Street Journal, Vodafone, SEAT, Ogilvy and more. He said about his practice: “Through a poetic language, I focus on the conceptual value of the images. Always aiming for minimalism and simplicity, I work only with few elements to communicate effectively. The elements are reduced to the minimum, resulting in images using powerful colours, without strokes, gradients or ornaments but full of meaning.”

The animations are made in collaboration with Jose Lorenzo, a freelance Motion Grapher, CGI Illustrator, and Art director. Born in Tenerife (Canary Islands) he’s currently living in Barcelona since 2001. Since 2013, he combined his practice with his job of animation director for Bold Animation Studio.

 

 

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