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<<Art is a human activity consisting in this,
 that one man consciously, by means of external signs, 
hands on to others feelings he has lived through,
 and the others are infected by these feelings and
 also experience them>>

I show you something I did

León Tolstói

I hope you have enjoyed it!

Laura Carmona Ayuso

Graphic Manager, Graphic designer and Ilustrator:



Logo Design: Barai Sunglasses New young Spanish Company.


Collaboration with Victor M. Pe単as Cogolludo

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Editorial Design: Alzheimer, guĂ­a prĂĄctica Book and pictograms design to make the life from people with Alzheimer and their families easier (2010)

Collage and Marler on paper 21 x 27 cm (2013)

Living Museum Flyer with information+poster 50x70 cm and artwork from the clients of Living Museum Ateliers (2013)

Collage, Stamps and watercolor on paper 21 x 27 cm (2013)

Marker and Color pencils on paper 21 x 27 cm (2013)

One day, someone gave me a notebook... And then, something that had started just for fun became one of my most important daily activities! Collage, Marker and Color pencils on paper 21 x 27 cm (2013)

Collage and Marler on paper 21 x 27 cm (2013)

Marker and Color pencils on paper 21 x 27 cm (2013)

Marker and Color pencils on paper 50 x70 cm (2013)

Illustrations for:

Marker and Color pencils on paper 50 x70 cm (2013)

Editorial Design: Centre FermĂŠ de Vottem, Belgique. Flyer with information about Centers for Ilegal Inmigrants Dimensions: 30 x 63 cm (big pages) 21 x 15 cm (small pages) Collaboration: Guillaume Scali, Graphic Designer

Caricatures for Editorial Harwin (2014) Markers on paper 100 x 81 cm

graphic design

Web Illustrations for Editorial Harwin Collage, Pencil Colors and Markers (2014)

Art The artwork that we can see in the next four pages consist in a evolution from the figure to the form ending in the essence of the color. What do we see when we zoom inside the figure and the inside the form? How do the colours get mixed? How does the paint react to the water, movements and different mediums?

ment each other at the moment in that “taking the instant” was the goal of the projects in both disciplines. Photographies became then my paintings. How does paint create the form? What is the artist’s function?

Involuntary but parallel, my painting and photography started to comple-

Acrilic and charcoal on cartons

Actual artwork in process, << sPAIN >> It will be a critic and reflexion about the things that are changing in the Spanish Society since the crisis started.

Acrilic on Canvas 50 x70 cm (2008)

Acrilic on Canvas 120 x 140 cm (2008)

Body Studies Acrilic and charcoal on cartons. 100 x 81 cm (2013)

Acrilic on Canvas 120 x 100 cm (2008)

Acrilic on Canvas 100 x 81 cm (2008)

Conversations with shapes And there I am, standing; the white space is just in front of me, all for me, all from me. My eyes draw the first lines of what at the end would be my painting.

<< When I paint, when I create something, there is always an expiring date, ephemerality is part of the work, or in other words, the message changes with the passing of time >> It has already been the beginning of an intense and private conversation between the wood, the material and myself - Symbolic conversation in a language that just the speakers understand. I move myself away and closer, I drop the brush, I paint with my fingers - the paint is watery, I let it free, it creates forms by itself and then I take part with my hands, my body, moving the wood, I listen and then I speak, I observe and then I act. The conversation flows, there is harmony, but there, in a place where the control escapes, if it is true that once there was control, where spontaneity is the rule, stains shows up, stains that break the conversation as non-invited speakers but not with a smaller message to give, noise. Digital Photography (2008)

Digital Photography (2008)

Then, I go there, ready to change the mistake into a good move, to integrate it between the shapes. I look for the right colours, the perfect amounts, and pum! This annoying stain, those noisy voices are now a welcome part of the painting << Doesn’t life work like that? Is the problem gone? >> Uh! Once again, the noise is back and the stains are back. This time it is more difficult to control or integrate them, I try, but there are still some pieces. Pieces that just myself can see, the spectator can’t feel those private and concrete details in such an abstract language. The noise has broken the harmony, is not big, but powerful, <<how could I finish with it? Why does it insist on staying there?>> It doesn’t need to disappear; just take part of the talk. I can’t do it, my solutions don’t work, the noise is back; it shows up time and time again. Then time decides to join us in the conversation, now it is stronger, it brings peace to the talk, it takes me away from there, it cleans my hands, my eyes, it readies myself to look at it again, to act again. There I am, standing, with the wood in front of me, all for me, all from me. I take the brush; I dip it into the colours and on the way to the non-clean and non-pure wood, as if a projector, my eyes guide my arms, my hands to bring back the harmony again.

Digital Photography (2008)

Digital Photography (2008)

Painting process text

Acrilic and paper on Wood 135 x 92 cm (2013)

Digital Photography (2008)

Acrilic and paper on Wood 135 x 220 cm (2013)

Acrilic and paper on Wood 135 x 220 cm (2013)

Collaboration with the artist Mia

Paintings exhibited at the Cantonale Psychiatric Clinic in Wil SG. Wil SG. Switzerland Acrilic and paper on Wood 135 x 92 cm (2013)