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modrod

Is originally from Mexico City, graduated from the Graphic Design career in 2010.

Its graph is influenced by the traditions and folklore of Mexico, the mod movement, punk, surrealism, popart, Mexican murals, street art, and ultimately the culture of arttoy. Lover of all kinds of skulls from traditional sugar skulls to skulls realistic.

His work takes place mainly within illustration, logos, editorial design and photography. He currently works as a freelance illustrator and designer.

http://www.modrod.com.mx/
http://www.behance.net/modrod

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modrod has uploaded PROGRESS & LEARN

The "progress" implied the search for what might be at the forefront but when it began to make massive, meaningless, abandoned, only in this way could dip into the modernist lifestyle, cultivating it and refine it progressively. This meant "learning", get rid of what did not work, it already became a fashion and just keep the foreground.

modrod has uploaded Inicio de la Vida

Personal interpretation of the beginning of a new life and enviroment.

modrod has uploaded Sugar Skull

In Mexico every year on November 2 celebrate “Día de Muertos”, which is about giving an offering to our dead in this offering can be seen candles, dishes they liked in life, wine, bread, confetti and the typical sugar skulls, then here's a little tribute to that great offerings and sugar skulls.

modrod has uploaded Inicio de la Vida

Personal interpretation of the beginning of a new life and surroundings.

modrod has uploaded Mictlan

In Aztec mythology Mictlan (the Nahuatl-mic "death" and-tlan 'instead of') was the land of the dead. The king of Mictlan was Mictlantecuhtli.
The 2 dogs xoloitzcuintle refer to the canine species is typical of Mexico and Central America, the mission of this dog was to accompany the dead on their journey to Mictlan.

modrod has uploaded Sugar skull

In Mexico every year on November 2 celebrate “Día de Muertos”, which is about giving an offering to our dead in this offering can be seen candles, dishes they liked in life, wine, bread, confetti and the typical sugar skulls, then here's a little tribute to that great offerings and sugar skulls.