Metamorphopsia - Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition

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Education: CEDIM Centro de Estudios Superiores de Diseño de Monterrey
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I’m a creative and dedicated person. I’m independent and currently searching different perspectives. I think of myself as curious, determinate and unique. I like challenges and I dedicate myself fully in the search of the tools that will help me get everything I set as a goal.

I was born in a small city on the Northwest of Mexico, since a very young age I developed an afinity for design, specially in fashion. I left home to study at CEDIM in Monterrey, and a semester abroad in Barcelona at BAU Centre Universitari de Disseny.

I’ve been working on internships for 3 years in different areas of design, and work as a freelancer as an illustrator. I’m efficient and hard working and looking to over achieve my goals.

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Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
Arts of Fashion Foundation Competition 2016, San Francisco, California.
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Overview

Every year, Arts of Fashion Foundation opens an international competition and has a word/theme for designing, Metamorphopsia comes from the word Unequal. It's called metamorphopsia to an eye disease that affects only one eye, making it look like the image is dragged to a specific point, losing depth and perception. Each dress made with more than 400-hour hand embroidery for a 3D texture effect and the painting of a dear friend of mine, the artist Paola de la Peña, as prints digitally modified for the "dragging effect".

Also winner of the DIA (Design and Innovation Awards) Award for Best Fashion Project in 2015 and Nominee for Best Extracurricular Project in 2016.

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