Pensamiento puñal
Lechedevirgen Trimegisto

Publisher: Dos Filos
Collection: Sirenas sin patrullas

Comissioned design by Colombian pubishing house Dos Filos, for artist Lechedevirgen Trimegisto’s infamous essay Pensamiento puñal, where he critically and vehemently explores questions about his sexuality in relation to his latinamerican identity, public perception and the medical establishment.

Select Views of Luminous Subjects: Palm Trees and the City
Juana María Bravo

Universidade do Porto
Porto, Portugal

Editorial design for my MFA’s graduate proyect, text available here.

Sé huir
Luisebastián Sanabria

Publisher: Dos Filos
Collection: Material de Lucha

Winner of the Public Grant Circulación en arte y diversidad sexual, IDARTES.
Sé huir (which roughly translates "I know how to escape") is a compilation of personal essays and memoirs by artist Luisebastián Sanabria, where he reflects on gender roles and masculinity through his experience of homosexuality growing up in a demanding household in a small, conservative Colombian city.

Sé huir is the first piece from the collection Material de lucha, which intends to reflect on and divulge LGBTQ+ experiences by way of literary exploration.

Material editorial para el XVI Salón Regional de Artistas Zona Centro “¿Qué saben los artistas de…”

Printed and produced with a Public Grant by the Colombian Ministry of Culture 
During 2017–2018, I was part of the public research grant What do artists know of…? (¿Qué saben los artistas de…?) where we asked artists, not about their work practices and craft, but how their life and experience of the world is mediated or changed through art-based knowledge. Alongside 76 artists—coming from a broad terrority in the center of Colombia and from different academic backgrounds—we built a traveling device containing strategy-oriented objects from the artists' particular worldview and concerns. I was mainly involved with aiding in the design and materialization of printed work. The intellectual property of each piece belongs to each of the artists. To learn more about the project visit