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Miguel Silva is an industrial designer with a multicultural perspective on design. His design experience has covered a variety disciplines including insights, user experience, speculative and product design. Originally from Mexico, Miguel has had the opportunity to work for clients across America, Europe and Asia.

Miguel holds a Bachelor in Industrial Design from Universidad del Valle de Mexico (2010), and recently completed Masters degree in Product Design at Domus Academy in Milan (2013), where he worked on variety of projects in collaboration with companies such as Gufram, BLM group, Rotaliana, and Alessi.

His work has been featured in several renown design platforms around the world such as Behance, Coroflot, Yanko Design, Designboom, Tuvie and published around the world..

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Do not forget to play the music!
Do not forget to play the music!
Do not forget to play the music!
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Do not forget to play the music!
Do not forget to play the music!
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Do not forget to play the music!
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Do not forget to play the music!
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Overview

This started out when I was a kid, I have always been fascinated by "Día de los Muertos" a mexican tradition that I beleave shows dead in a unique way, which objective is to remember the ones we miss but while having good time... so here it is my own characterization of "The iconic figures that represent what is beyond dead" a concept intended to be a Toy that show how dead can also be playful and enjoyable in a sense.

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