| ProfessionalWhy did you make this work:
I was commissioned by ‘Barcelona en Comú’ political party to create a poster to illustrate a message ‘Sense planeta no hi ha vida’ (‘Without planet, there is no life’) to talk about the need to fight against the climate emergency and the changes that will come in the future, expressed through a powerful, combative and hopeful image.
How was the illustration used:
The poster was used for the advertising campaign and was printed in A0 format and shown in many parts of the city of Barcelona, as well as digitally on the website and social networks. The poster was part of a campaign called campaign called 'Sentit Comú'(‘Common sense’), where some illustrators represented different current problems of our society (public health, habitat, tourism, etc.)
How did you make this work:
It was difficult to capture such a global concept in a single image, but I knew it had to show a powerful image, of a conscientious community that fights against climate change, but with a happy, positive and hopeful tone.
This is a digital drawing using Adobe Photoshop and a Wacom Cintiq.Commissioner Company :
Barcelona en Comú
Xavier Mula is an illustrator and graphic designer based in Igualada, Barcelona (Spain)
His work focus on editorial, advertising and visual communication.His versatile style allows him to tackle a great variety of works, but always with his predominant style: vibrant and bold colors, with a direct, identifiable and playful language.
His work has been awarded in several international competitions and her clients include: Forbes, HarperCollins, Oxford University Press, Editorial SM, among many others.