We support Artists

Each season we work with local artists and creative people
Illustrators, photographers and graphic designers who share our attitude.
Discover our partners for this season.

Gimaguas, the south-american name for ‘twins’, is a project of the twins Claudia and Sayana Durany. The brand is based on pop-up stores of treasures found when traveling the world. It holds clothing and accessories for the sunny, bare foot days, warm nights and exotic vacations. 

We have covered our garments with the brisk drawings of Pol Montserrat. Pol is a Catalan illustrator who has worked for brands such as Marset and Odisseo. His thick outlines have given him his own style that is full of personality. “I like to walk the line between things being understood and ceasing to be understood.”

Her illustrations play with geometric shapes and break all classical conventions for the representation of the human body. María works in several formats: book covers, posters, press releases, advertising, animation and educational illustration. And now, new garments for our Thinking MU collection.

Cocolia are Mireia Ruiz and Raúl Ramos, a creative studio in Barcelona. Their work encompasses art direction projects, photography, graphic design and set design. Their world is full of exciting colours and geometric shapes designed with lots of humour. Discover their new patterns on our jumpers, boxers, pyjamas...

Fundrawings are Joaquin, Nacho, Sergio, Pepe and Quim, a multidisciplinary group of five friends based in Barcelona who draw just for fun. In the beginning, they got together to sketch their craziest ideas and have ended up drawing as a business. We love their humour, surrealism and authenticity. This season, with them, we have created two T-shirts including their illustrations. Have a look.

The Mingarro brothers, Juan and Alejandro, founded Brosmind studio back in 2006. Their
style is fresh and optimistic and always uses fantasy and humor. They currently combine
commercial illustration with personal projects involving multiple disciplines, such as
sculpture, music and video.

Enric Adrian Gener is 27MM, an intrepid photographer from Menorca (Spain) specialized
in underwater photography. Non-stop worker and lover of the sea, he spends about half of
the year in Menorca and the other half working and travelling to other seas around the
world. Most of his work is done while practicing freediving, using just a simple underwater
lighting setup, a mask, a snorkel and a camera.

Juanjo is a comic artist and screenwriter from Barcelona. He has a very special sense of
humor and specializes in reinterpreting album covers (we love his unique versions of Sonic
Youth or Velvet Underground's banana). His sarcastic drawings fill fanzines, newspapers
comic strips, graphic novels and our t-shirts.

With an underground style and a great sense of humor, the play on words of Noemí
Rebull, known as La Mandanga, are the secret formula against boredom. The Catalan
writer is an authentic expert making caricatures and in perverting popular icons and
everyday objects. Her bizarre and flashy style is more than just an Instagram account
(@la_mandanga). She has worked with Lapsus Festival, the Gent Normal blog, and Perdiz
magazine.

Borja Garmendia is 50% of Pensando en Blanco™, an independent mulidisciplinary studio
offering graphic design, photography, illustration, art direction and product design, among
others. The extreme care taken, their obsession for things well done and control of every
phase are their keys to creating unique products and spaces.

Cachetejack are Nuria Bellver and Raquel Fanjul, a duo of Spanish illustrators based here
and there. Their illustrations are full of colors, energy, humor and irony. Their hand-drawn
work takes a fresh and unique style, working in a variety of media, including books,
magazines, newspapers, clothing, drawing, painting, murals and illustration..

Sergio Mora, also known as MAGICOMORA, is a painter, illustrator and draftsman from
Barcelona. His ironic hand, his poetry, elegance and happiness drive us absolutely crazy.