'Habla tu andaluz' is a project that focuses on Andalusian culture, purity and idiosyncrasy and is based on social design. After its launch, Alejandro Korea has worked for different companies such as Ogilvy, Yorokobu, El golpe, the Seville European Film Festival, or Cruzcampo, with a campaign in which Lola Flores came to life, and for which he received the National Creativity Award given by Club de Creativos.
Daniel Diosdado's artworks focuses on the creation of suggestive illustrations elaborated from a studied composition, an attractive range of colours, and an elegant use of textures. His work invites us to reflect and tell stories in comics, posters or vignettes, such as those published in The Wall Street Journal, The New Yorker or El País.
Mercedes deBellard's illustrations are inspired by female faces. She has created several campaigns for Apple, Netfilx and the BBC, as well as for publications such as The Telegraph. Her designs illustrated the San Isidro 2018 festival in Madrid and were defined as "portraits that made an allegorical reading of women in art".