Núria López (b. 1992) is an enthusiastic and passionated spanish graphic designer who lives in Jerez as a freelancer. She likes to work on multidisciplinary projects that transcends the classic meaning of design. Projects that not only solve problems but also generate questions, having in mind design as a speculative and provocative tool for building projects with a strong social charge.

Design should have a stronger role in our society, if we desire to change the world we live.She has always combined her natural strength developing projects with an incessant need to continue learning while watering cactuses and sprouts.︎

︎ Awards

2017  Mestre Awards for Blind Words
Finalist project for the spanish confederation of art schools.
2018  Gaudeamus Proyecta for Blind Words First prize in the state of final projects (2011-2016) of design by Col-legi Oficial of Disseny Gràfic de Catalunya.

2019   Student Communication Award for Blind Words First prize for the Andalusian association of designers (AAD) .

︎ Experience
2016 – Present / Freelance
2013Present /  Salvartes [Graphic Designer]
20142016 /  Fontown [Graphic Designer]

*She is currently a member of the ADG-FAD, the Col·legi Oficial de Disseny Gràfic de Catalunya and the Directors Club of Europe.

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︎ Talks
2014  Type Director Club’59
 Dioina, Art School of Cadiz.
2016  7th International Congress of Typography
TFG Blind words, Cuarto de tipo, Valencia.
2016 Selected Europe'19 Expo
TFG Blind words, Bilbao - Bizkaia.
2018 Col·legi Oficial Dissney Gràfic Catalunya. TFG Blind words, CCCB.

︎ Education
2011-2013    School of Art of Jerez.
Superior technician in graphic advertising.
2013-2016  School of Art of Jerez.
BA Graphic Design and Visual Comunication .

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