Domestika 2018 Scholarships
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Winners of the 2018 Domestika Scholarships
Recipient of the 1997 Spanish National Design Award and the Gold Medal for Merit in Fine Arts in 2012. Besides being a sculptor, he is also of the pioneers of Spanish graphic design. Cruz Novillo is the author of well-known logos, such as the newspaper El Mundo's, Endesa, and Renfe.
Teaches the course 2D and 3D Corporate Identity
Creative director, 2D and 3D animator, and motion grapher. In addition to being a Motion Graphics and 3D teacher, he collaborates from his studio Maaambo with agencies such as Ogilvy One, Cocoe, Biográfica, Toch Studios, and prestigious companies such as Sanitas, Aesa, Panda or Ikea.
Teaches the course Introduction to After Effects
He has an outstanding career as a graphic designer, poster designer, and illustrator in Spain and other countries. Recipient of the National Design Award (2002) and National Illustration Award (2006), among others. Some of his clients are Santillana, the National Drama Center, El País, and Canal +.
Teaches the course Product Design: Game, Time, Chance and Material
He has worked as an illustrator since 1994. He has collaborated in advertising, press, animation, and illustration of children and adult literature. His professional achievement has been recognized with the SM Foundation International Illustration Prize (2009) and the SM Boat Steam Prize (2018), among others. He has worked for Coca-Cola, Nike, and Greenpeace.
Teaches the course Creative Drawing Techniques for Beginners
Lupe de la Vallina
Portraits and travel photographer. She collaborates with publications such as El País Semanal, Jot Down, and YoDona. Her work has been featured in Vanity Fair Spain, GQ Italia, Interiors, Magazine Fashion & Arts and Travel & Leisure, and Life & Style.
Teaches the course Portrait Photography with Natural Light
Designer and illustrator
Designer and illustrator with a career spanning over 15 years. He has worked for Nike, MTV, Pepsi, Lipton, Brisk, Coca-Cola, Sony-BMG, Cartoon Network, Nickelodeon, Adidas, Mini Cooper, et al. He received the Cannes Media Lion Gold award in 2011 for the NIKE CUP campaign.
Teaches the course Illustration for Non-Illustrators
Designer and illustrator
Illustrator and Industrial Designer specialized in character creation, 3D modeling, and product development. He has created projects for major brands such as Coca-Cola, Volkswagen, and Pentel, as well as social impact projects for Miroculus, a company dedicated to cancer detection using microRNAs.
Teaches the course 3D Illustration with Cinema 4D
Illustrator specialized in children's publications. He has been selected for exhibitions such as Bologna Children's Book Fair, Bratislava Illustration Biennial, Sharjah Children's Book Fair, Ibero-American Illustration Catalog, CJ Picture Book Awards, and Mostra Internazionale d'Illustrazione per l'Infanzia Sàrmede.
Teaches the course Introduction to Children’s Illustration
Artist and writer
An artist and writer, she has received several international awards. She has exhibited around the world and has publications in narrative, poetry, and textile research with Thule editions and Editorial Gustavo Gili.
Teaches the course Painting with Thread: Textile Illustration Techniques
Iker J. de los Mozos
Character Technical Director
Character TD at Walt Disney Animation Studios. He has participated in Frozen, Big Hero 6, Zootopia, Moana, and in The Mill and Nexus Productions, developing creatures and characters for ads of brands such as Volkswagen, Range Rover, Heineken, and Intel.
Teaches the course Rigging: Facial Articulation of a 3D Character
Photographer and designer
Photographer whose work with figures to scale has gone viral and has been published in the media all over the world. He works for clients of his own creative firm and for advertising agencies with national and international clients.
Teaches the course Portrait Photographic with Scale Models
How can I apply?
In order to apply for a scholarship, you must be registered with Domestika and your profile must be complete with your name, an avatar and a brief summary about you. Make sure you publish at least three projects to have your portfolio considered.
When can I participate?
The call for Domestika 2018 Scholarships is closed. Sign up for our newsletter and follow us on social media to find out when the next call for entries opens.
What are the Domestika Scholarships?
10 portfolios will be chosen from all the participants, who will be awarded with one scholarship each. The selection will be carried out by a jury made up of prominent professionals from the industry, all of them Domestika teachers. Each scholarship consists of 50 elective courses.
When will the winners be announced?
The list of winners will be published on January 14 on this page.
When can I start using the scholarship?
If your portfolio is among the 10 selected winners, the scholarship will be effective January 14, 2019.
What's the length of the scholarship?
The 50 courses will be available to winners within the period of validity (from January 14, 2019 until January 14, 2020).
We have built this project on the shoulders of giants and we are firmly committed to give back to the community what it has given us. The Domestika Scholarship aims to facilitate access to learning and contribute to the development of the creative industry.