I’ve really enjoyed creating these World Cup illustrations and as the characters have developed the more the influence of Joan Miró has crept in. No more so than with the Espana 82 piece. Miró was commissioned to create the original poster for the tournament and here’s a little nod to that within this character. The curved lines, extended exaggerated limbs and black lines have all helped create the final illustration.
They are dangerdust and they love chalk. Despite their overwhelming workload at Columbus College of Art & Design they bring it upon themselves to create a chalkboard every week. They have taken over the chalkboard on the third floor of Crane and every Monday a new board appears.
We had a quick stop-over in San Francisco last month and spontaneously shot a day in a life of helenadagmar. It all happened really random, but we are happy to show you the result! Enjoy.
Helena Price worked at startups in the Silicon Valley, but she recently decided to pursue her dream of being a full-time photographer. She’s done work for Google, Dropbox, Rdio, Samsung, Square, Uber, and more.