A Picture of the Floating World
Brain Tech / Independent Banker
Pride Fuels Progress / Exxon Mobil
Praying / Tricycle
Up And Above
The Power List / Nation's Restaurant News
Strength / Balance Magazine
The Witch's Book of Potions / Llewellyn Worldwide
Weathering the Storm
Spy Camp / Minneapolis St Paul Magazine
Waterfall / TD Magazine
Fresh Food Shortage / T Brand
Medical Services / Global Services Big Four
Smartest Brain / Intel
Mr Betjeman Regrets / Radio Times
Playtime / EMI Production Music
Life Sciences / Deloitte
Crowd Science / Radio Times
Still Life (III)
Head Flowers / Vitality
Waves / Radio Times
Thoughts / Radio Times
Advent Calendar / Fullers
What's Going on in Your Body? / Vim & Vigor
Character Roasts Peru / Costa Coffee
The Glass Menagerie / Radio Times
Remembrance Day / Radio Times
Fussy Eaters / Radio Times
Brain Trust / Renew Magazine
Signature Blend Mocha Italia / Costa Coffee
Pick Your Brain
The Joy Formidable
Protein Folding / Chemistry World
Happy New Year Of The Dog Animation / Mourant Ozannes
Too Much Passion
Asia University Rankings
Clearest Blue Secret
Brics University Rankings
Happy New Year Of The Dog Detail 3 / Mourant Ozannes
Promo Illustration / Bambino Volante Book
Regain the Fast Lane / Times Higher Education
Unconscious Bomb / Radio Times
Not for Rental Exhibition VHS Cover
Edu Fuentes studied Illustration and Photography in his hometown Madrid before moving to London in 2009. Since then he’s been working as a freelance illustrator combining a wide range of commercial projects with personal work and exhibitions.
His artwork features bold colours and clean geometric shapes that unfold into 3D space like digital origami, blurring the boundary between vector illustration and paper-cut craft.
Heavily influenced by photography, he creates animated scenes populated by multi-layered characters and objects, playing with light, shadow and depth of field.
He finds inspiration in science, cinema and pop culture, and loves to explore the tension between the organic and the mechanical, between arcane and cutting-edge.
His work has been featured in the books Understanding Illustration, Ghosts of Gone Birds and Three By Three Illustration Directory.
Previous clients include: Intel, BBDO, Wired, BMW, Mayor Of London, Deloitte, EMI, Costa Coffee, Zurich, Royal Society Of Chemistry, The Times, Kurzgesagt and Radiotimes.