Irene Pérez Studio

I’m Irene Pérez, an illustrator and printmaker based in Barcelona. Growing up between Ibiza and Castellón, I started developing my artistic personality by studying Fine Arts and Graphic Design in Valencia.
When I finished my studies, a desire to discover other cultures made me move to different countries. These experiences are reflected in my work. I find inspiration in folk tales and rituals, mostly from Latin American and Asian cultures.

I have a lot of experience working in graphic design and advertising. I believe it’s really important to understand the needs of the client and to always think on the conceptual side of the project.

I love collaborating on projects related to design, press, music, books (both for adults and children), social, fashion and culture in general.

Myths, rituals, animals, plants, insects, flowers, magic environments, earth, literature, cinema or music are frequent key elements in my work.
I'm always happy to hear about new projects!
so please get in touch at...

Commissions from U.K. or Ireland please contact Mummy Brown Illustration

Encargos que provengan de España o América Latina contactar con Pencil

For the rest of the world I’m represented by Illozoo | the visual communication agency

If you prefer just drop me a line

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Some of my clients: The British Library (UK), Santillana (Spain), Edelvives (Spain), El Correo Newspaper, Petit Sàpiens Magazine (Barcelona), Sofar Sounds Music Project (Barcelona), Boatrocker Brewers & Distillers (Melbourne), Black Pencil Ensemble (Amsterdam), Directa (Barcelona), Kimbala Percussion Company (Amsterdam-Barcelona), El Duende Magazine (Madrid), The Beer Garden (Madrid), Comanegra Editorial (Barcelona), Editorial Media Vaca (València), Editorial Argot (Castelló), Editorial Minis (València-Bilbao), Rueda Film Festival (València), 452º F Magazine (Barcelona), La Ravalera Theatre Company (Castelló)...

Awards: Best In House Design Team (Stockholm, Sweden), Circle Quarterly Magazine Contest, Tombatossals Prize (Illustrated Children Literature Prize)