Silvia Fernández Palomar (Spanish National Design Award 2019) is a multidisciplinary designer, educator and artist based in Madrid.
Her works have been exhibited at the Museo de las Artes Decorativas (Madrid) and the Academia de España (Rome), and in 2020 she created Ferpal Sans, a versatile typeface family designed for signage in Madrid.
Her list of clients includes Harvard, the Venice Biennale, the Picasso Museum Barcelona, Ogilvy & Mather and Designit (Madrid/NYC).
Paloma Graglia is the co-founder and co-director of Estudio Santa Rita, a creativity studio specialised in animation, illustration, lettering and design. From Málaga (South Spain), she and her partner Nuel are constantly looking for inspiration in Pop art, Surrealism, and their daily life to create the unexpected, and devise a new optimistic, and colourful world.
Estudio Santa Rita has worked with Facebook, PepsiCo, Lamborghini, Disney, Dropbox, Volkswagen Spain, and Penguin Random House, among other international clients, and their trajectory has been recognised with the Latin American Illustration Prize (2019) and the Laus Bronze Animation Award (2020).
María Melero is an artist and illustrator based in Jerez who conceives her drawings as a way of expressing her feelings and concerns, always with an iconoclastic touch and references to her Andalusian roots.
From eccentric still lifes with vases full of orange blossom flowers to adorable kittens in tragic situations, her creations illustrate the covers of book publishers such as La Bella Varsovia, Jekyll & Jill or Mad Libros, and have appeared in magazines such as Metal or Vogue.
She has worked for clients such as Pull&Bear, Yoigo, Hug & Clau or Mad Cool Festival, has had exhibitions at John Maloof (Chicago) and La Galería Roja (Sevilla), among other galleries, and has created her own documentary direction project: Tierra & Flores.