Graphic Desing


Part of the virtual exhibition Percepcion Peculiar for the
San Diego Design Week 2020.


In some way I was always afraid of crossing the border. I think it is the same for people trying to cross to Tijuana.

I grew up in a multicultural place, with people from all over Mexico, with their own traditions, plus the Chicano culture of Mexicans barrios in the US: Lowriders cars, Music from the 50’s to the 70’s, Cholos, gang graffiti. Adding to that our new traditions on Punk, Alternative rock, 90’s skate, bmx, US cartoon culture, rock in spanish, And thinking of it I think it was the same for people from SD.

When I was a teenager I realized that we were in a melting pot of creativity, art and cultural exploration. A region where you can go to raves in the middle of a beach from friday to sunday listening to new electronic music like Nortec, or, seeing a guy jump from a cannon from TJ to SD on the InSite project. The same place that was exploring street art movement with OBEY. Complementing with going concerts on the Vans Warped tour to Coachella, or even seeing Morrissey in Tijuana. This was a region that felt the same art energie moving all together.

Traveling to different places I came to perceive that this region had given the world some many things that are trending right now. This can be as my theory on the food trucks, that they grow from the necessity to feed the lowericome workers in factories that came from different places. With people cooking the best of what they have learned and as well creating new styles to overwhelm other paladars. As it comes from food, the cooking styles came from the creativity and fearlessness of serving new things, Margaritas, Caesar Salads, to the Tuna tostada, or the Fish Taco. The same can feel for architecture and design. That this region is really different because I need to be creative and fearless to function.
As I’m still learning, I will encourage any creative to go, nurture and explore this region, if they want to create something different in their professional life.

To see the gallery where I’m participating with other great artist, illustrators and designer from the region go to https://www.percepcionpeculiar.com/ 

8pm Store

Barcelona Mural

Commission mural for 8pm Store, a unique concept store-gallery with local designers from Barcelona.

So if you are in Barcelona, don’t miss the opportunity to visit this store-galery, and stay tune because they say the Ricardo Cavolo is soon to expose there. 

This was my first full spray can wall. I'm usually accustomed to paint in interior or flat walls. This project certainly push me to start practicing more.


Sarape, A Photography
Experimentation of
Color and Wind

This set of pictures  was made on one of those gray and windy days in the Netherlnads.  I wanted to experiment with the Color, Movement & contrast of a photography. 


Life in Snask 

While is Snask I had the oportunity to design and chose the songs of the first record / playlist of the Snask Family. 

You can here the playlist here ︎ ︎

The Idea behind this design was, that even in the cold mid of march, I always felt like home on the sunny Mex - California area that I’m from. 

Travel in our sunny studio throughout the golden palm trees and their long boulevard of drinks that George Michael has stash here. The pimped Fiat Panda of Fab's will be the gateway vehicle to good vibes of: soul, funk and ballads that will accompany you true this journey.

Snask Off

Do you knew that Snask has a Bar?  I can raise my hand ︎ to say I was the first human to try to create a piña colada cocktail. While the picture with look nice with Matej as a model, The cocktail didn’t tourn out to be nice. I just blame it on the coconut stuff you find in Stockholm

Creative Mornings
You Rock

Creative Mornings Tijuana commission me to create a series of postcards celebrating their 5 years delivering a dose of creative breakfast.One postcard was meant to be given to the frequent people that attend more to the Creative Mornings, thank you then by saying, you rock!. The other one was creating a high five logo that can be use as a banner in the talk, celebrating their 5 years.