Experimental Graphics

A course by Martin Sati
Illustrator and Graphic Designer. Sevilla, Spain.
Joined January 2008
, Illustrator and Graphic Designer

Maximize your potential and learn to create extraordinary illustrations

  • Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 69% positive reviews (58)
  • 914 students

Maximize your potential and learn to create extraordinary illustrations



Spanish with subtitles in English
  • 69% positive reviews (58)
  • 914 students
  • 11 lessons (1h 17m)
  • 12 additional resources (9 files)
  • Online and at your own pace
  • Available on the app
  • Audio: Spanish
  • Spanish, English, Portuguese
  • Level: Intermediate
  • Unlimited access forever


Push your limits and create surprising graphic pieces. In this course, renowned illustrator and graphic designer Martin Satí teaches you about tools and techniques to help you experiment with graphics. Create a vector illustration step by step by following a method that Satí calls MicroStory. Learn to break free from your usual way of working and use play as a tool throughout the entire creative process. Awaken your creativity through experimentation and yield results that exceed expectations. Let Martin help you find your own way of working and your graphics may never be the same again.

What will you learn in this online course?

Course table of contents

  • U1
    U1. Presentation
  • U2
    U2. Introducing in the MicroRelate
  • U3
    U3. We start with the graph
  • U4
    U4. The conclusion of the process
  • FP
    FP Final project
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In this course, learn to shape your own creative work process, going beyond just a particular style. Practice your vector graphics skills while, more importantly, using this unique course to help you question your work methodology, enhance your projects, and explore new formulas.
Take an in-depth look at what Martin Satí's calls MicroStory, develop a vector graphic based on a story, and learn how to catalog graphic elements to handle them appropriately. But the creative process does not end here. After creating your piece, your work and that of other students will become part of a collective artwork that Martin will oversee building.

What is this course's project?

Create your own MicroStory by choosing a simple story to represent in a vector format and by using the experimental methodology that Martin outlines. But it doesn't end here. As an unconventional course, the final objective is to create a collaborative project called The Magic Woods, including the work of as many creatives as possible. Martin Satí takes charge of uniting all the graphics published by students to build this ambitious experimental project.
What's more, if the participation is active, the project can even be taken to an outdoor or urban location. The event would be documented and exhibited in different media showing: the video, the stories, and graphics signed by each student, with the final montage projected on urban land. As you can see, Martin Satí's creativity knows no bounds.

Who is this online course for?

This course is aimed at people with a graphic design and creative profile. Established professionals or students in the sector who want to enhance their creativity and explore new methodologies or simply creatives who like to experiment.

Requirements and materials

You only need your mind, a notebook, a story to tell, and some basic knowledge of a vector design program like Illustrator (no need to be an expert).


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914 Students
58 Reviews
69% Positive ratings

Martin Sati

A course by Martin Sati

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Illustrator and Graphic Designer

Martin Satí is a graphic designer and illustrator who was born in Seville in 1972. He studied fine arts, complementing his studies at the University of Southampton - Winchester School of Art, where he developed an interest in design. He then began his professional career in Madrid doing advertising design work, combining illustration, photomontage, and vector graphics.

Martin focuses on the construction of form, internal movements of things, and the use of color and line as base materials. This is what defines him as a "graphic artisan." His emotional language involves a continuous process of experimentation, personalization, and a desire to inject life, color, and beauty in everything that surrounds us.

He currently works within graphic experimentation for international projects and major brands such as McDonalds, Google, HP, AT&T, IBM, Samsung, Kellogg's, Beefeater, Epson, Harper's Bazaar, El Pais, and Movistar.


Content

  • U1

    Presentation

    • About Martin Satí
    • The Magic forest
  • U2

    Introducing in the MicroRelate

    • MicroRelations
    • How to get a story
    • Simplification
  • U3

    We start with the graph

    • Chemistry of the elements
    • How we generate an image 1
    • How we generate an image 2
    • Graphic development process
  • U4

    The conclusion of the process

    • Detail crafts
    • MicroRelate + Graphic
  • FP

    Final project

    • Experimental Graph

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Experimental Graphics. Illustration course by Martin Sati

Experimental Graphics

A course by Martin Sati
Illustrator and Graphic Designer. Sevilla, Spain.
Joined January 2008
  • 69% positive reviews (58)
  • 914 students