Interviews and featured articles

Binter Canarias Magazine - Erika's corner

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Erika Castilla is a young graphic designer committed to her island. From some of the most emblematic places of Fuerteventura, many of the concepts and prints emerge that he later captures in his artistic production. From author's prints with his particular vision of the Island to t-shirts with traditional motifs related to the sea and the environment. Founding member of the collective Artists by Fuerteventura which brings together young creators settled on the island of Majorera, Erika Castilla assumes the changes imposed by current times, but highly values the strength and intensity that nature still maintains. With her we visit three special...

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CanariasCreativa.com - Turquoise World

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Erika Castilla is a designer invaded by the color of the waters of her native Fuerteventura. His work, fresh and natural, already coexists in different spaces on the island of Majorera and we predict that it will not take long to see the light in many others.   Good afternoon, Erika, and thank you for signing up for this interview. For those who don't know you: who is its Erika Castilla?    ¡¡Many thanks to you !! I am a majorera born in Puerto del Rosario in 1981, but I really grew up playing in the puddles of Corralejo bay. Daughter...

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Waarket.com - The warmth of vectors

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Illustrators special 1st Edition. Some time ago I told Erika that she should see the Beatles movie Yellow Submarine, and her art reminded me a lot of the wonderful illustrations of this classic from the 60s. Two ways of seeing a version of the world that is only born of the most creative minds. Let's know more about this great illustrator from Majorera.a. Erika Castilla studied Graphic Design at Elisava, Barcelona. There he learned everything related to design, but also without really being aware he took advantage of any occasion to include colorful illustrations in the projects that allowed it....

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Design Tips - Everything You Should Know About Offset

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  Very commonly, when we are studying graphic design, we leave in the background the most technical and boring part that turns out to be the previous step to printing, it is the well-known and tedious for many Prepress subjects.n. In our days as students we are in full effervescence of ideas, in a period of self-knowledge, and we are more interested in finding out how far our creativity can go than in things as earthly as the basic rules to prepare a file that goes to press. In my school, the Production Techniques subject was the equivalent of gymnastics...

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