Marta Antelo, offered to create this beautiful illustration for FREE as part of the agency’s Work For FREE promotion. Each year in the month of February, Anna Goodson Illustration & Motion, offers to work for FREE, for non-profits and charities . Premier Pas Québec, is a non-profit organization that focuses on helping families with preschoolers […]
Marta Antelo created this letter, “Three Wise Kings,” for a children’s school in Valencia, Spain. School children can ask for presents they’d like to receive this holiday season. There’s also space for them to tell a gift-giver how well they’ve behaved and how much they deserve presents they’ve requested.
Marta Antelo’s illustration, on exhibit in her native city of Valencia, Spain, was created to commemorate the 70th Aniversary of the Universal Declaration of Human Rights. Antelo was asked to illustrate Article 25 of the declaration. Her colorful illustration shows people of all races and backgrounds living together as one community as they encircle the […]
Marta Antelo illustrated a peculiarly interesting story about how a scientist cut the tallest tree in the world to study it and analyze its tree rings. Antelo’s illustration of a man dwarfed by the size of an enormous tree for Ballena Blanca magazine was art directed by Ray Díaz.
Marta Antelo illustrated, “To Nourish Love, Feed the Birds” for Reader’s Digest, for an article by Tista Sen, from The New York Times, on how feeding birds helps a couple improve their relationship. Antelo’s idyllic scene of two people on a bench in a flourishing garden depicts the love tending to birds inspires.
Marta Antelo illustrated a page of children’s poetry written by Laura Dorada for Kireei, a magazine that combines art, illustration, photography, interior decoration, handmade objects and design in one publication. Antelo’s whimsical, colorful and oftentimes playful imagery appeared in the 10th issue of Kireei. A flying cow, a lollipop, balloons and a black bird in top hat are just some of what adorns […]
Marta Antelo continues her collaboration with Ballena Blanca magazine with illustrations on how a cartographer is preserving Amazonia, Peru, in part, by giving drones to indigenous people. The multiple-page spread, art directed and designed by Ray Díaz Estudio, features Antelo’s colorful, organic designs and a map of the region.
Marta Antelo illustrated a story by Phyllis Karas for The Boston Globe’s Sunday edition on buying a house long distance. The buyer’s one request of her mother, who found the house: that it have a red carpet. The couple relocating to the northeastern US, were living in Hawaii and hoped a bright color would offset the grey of a New […]
Marta Antelo has created a typography illustration of the letter A to announce the arrival of Autumn. Her letter A is filled with a deer, squirrel, fox and owl as well as logs, twigs and leaves and seasonal fruits, vegetables and nuts, to usher in the season. Mushrooms, apples, acorns and a pumpkin, float amid autumn leaves in her artfully-woven homage to […]
Marta Antelo continues her colaboration with the environment and echonomy magazine Ballena Blanca, this article is about the illegal trade of animals in China.
Marta Antelo continues her collaboration with the solidary project based in Spain miaportacion.org
Marta Antelo creates this image for a poster and brochure shown in Canada.
Marta Antelo creates these vignettes illustrations to show the children the importance of keep the sea clean. A project for Submon, Ecoembes and Environment Ministry in Spain. Art direction and design by ray-diaz.com
Marta Antelo creates this character for Ecoembes brand to show the children the importance of don’t throw trash to the sea.
Marta Antelo creates this map about how Canada doesn’t really have free trade between provinces.