TOO MANY FISH, TOO FEW LOAVES
"In this illustration, we see the outline of a contemporary business man watching with greed a large floating fishbone, surrounded by a fine dust of colored polka dots. This apparently carefree image immediately tells the violent competitiveness of a world that is increasingly impoverished of its resources and the scandalous inequality of a wealth that is the prerogative of the few to the detriment of the majority of the community. But at the same time, the image seems to prefigure the imminent victory of color, a disruptive vital force that will succeed in subverting the status quo in a new harmony. Here the artist’s gift of speaking about the problems of our times with depth and lightness is more evident than ever, proposing positive models of thought and behavior without reducing the explosive reach of her message."
Camila Pappagallo. Juliet Magazine
HONORABLE MENTION AWARD | LONDON INTERNATIONAL CREATIVE COMPETITION | LONDON 2020
HONORABLE MENTION AWARD | CIRCLE FOUNDATION FOR THE ARTS | LYON, FRANCE 2020
SILVER AWARD | GRAPHIS POSTER ANNUAL | NEW YORK 2019