<transcy>Collaboration with Gabriela Esparza</transcy>

How are you?

Super happy because I had been able to create a collaboration with an incredible woman for a long time !! And one day it arrived and without hesitation we dared to create that bond !!

She is Gabriela Esparza, a great friend and talented woman who manages to create a relentless art!

I think we better leave a brief profile of her and get to know her so that you will fall in love with her talent!

Illustrator, graphic designer and visual artist. Graduated in Plastic Arts, Graphic Option, Graphic Design Sub-option from the Universidad Veracruzana. Master in Editorial Production from the Autonomous University of the State of Morelos.

In the period 2014-2015 he was a teacher in the Graphic Design career at ULSAC (Universidad La Salle Cuernavaca) where he taught the subject, Typographic Composition.

In 2016 he presented the exhibition "Sea Nymphs" with 26 illustrations of the alphabet. «As a child I always wanted to be a redhead and blue-eyed like Ariel," The Little Mermaid. I loved going to the beach with my sisters, diving into the sea, and playing with the sand. Somewhere in my psyche I slept that longing to be a mermaid that awoke while I was reading my mother's book and was in search of my own feminine identity. So I began to correlate femininity, eroticism and sexuality with the character of the mermaid. The mermaid became me alter ego . Thus were sea nymphs born. "

For twelve years he has participated as a workshop leader in various book fairs and other educational and cultural spaces, among them the 33rd FILIJ (International Children's and Youth Book Fair) where his "Self-portrait Artist Book Workshop" was selected.

She has collaborated in various publications as an illustrator with Editorial Astrolabio and in the children's book "Coladedo" by Editorial Aralain, among others.

During 2019 he collaborated within the activities of the Gustavo A. Madero Club Book Hub, of the Community Cultural Promoters Program of the Ministry of Culture of CDMX where he promoted the production of self-portrait books resolved with rubber stamps.

In recent years he has taught basic bookbinding workshops and promoted his Self-Portrait Artist Book Workshop for Adults solved with the transgraphy technique, a recurring technique in his work.