Monday, May 16, 2011

Amarillo Centro de Diseño

During the first week of April I hosted a workshop in Xalapa, Veracruz, Mexico through the design group Amarillo Centro de Diseño, which consists of Aída Aguilera Rocha, Juan Carlos Vasquez Padilla, and Joan Xavier Vasquez. Amarillo is a design concept that is comprised of a store, workshop studio, and gallery space. Many of the workshopees came from various cities in and around Xalapa. My workshop focused more on the process of illustration-making. Earlier that week, I also gave a lecture to the Design students at Anahuac University. To close off the week Amarillo set up an exhibition to showcase some of my work. The photos below are only a glimpse into the wonderful time that I spent in Veracruz, Xalapa, and Coatepec. Thank you again to everyone who made my time there so special. Hopefully I will see you all again! (ps. thank you Emy for the yummy cupcakes and for being an extraordinary translator!





















4 comments:

KenMin said...

what a beautiful moments and people!

blissful chick said...

amazing :)

Marcos Chin said...

- hi ken!
- hi b.c.!
thanks for the comments!hope you're doing well.

Tae said...

i miss Marcos teachings. Jealous.
Looks beautiful!