Tom Martín

I create graphic identities, books and publications, exhibition design, signage, art direction for cultural, businesses and individuals — on my own or in collaboration with fellow specialists. All projects are treated with a particular attention to contents.

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Pardon my french

A compilation of personal photographs taken with my old camera during some getaways to Paris. Not the photos of an expert, but rather a tangible way for them to not be fade away when time of my age will enable me to go back there, I could still have a look at it and be taken back to Paris, my Paris.

Editorial project — 2020
Personal photodiary
148x210 / 52 pages
Sep 21 2020


COMER

COMER (eat), essential as breathing, be up to date with Social Security payments or drink double at the end of the working day. COMER, the culinary magazine that summarizes and completes the proposal of the gastro market of Convent Carmen and Sucede Restaurante.

Editorial project — 2018
In collaboration with Paula M. Montoto for Convent Carmen

162x220 / 60 pages
Sept 01 2018


Diseño Editorial en los 70

'Diseño editorial estadounidense en la década de los setenta' is a summary of what situation the designers were living in the early '70s, particularly in the United States, both socially and in terms of design. A transitional decade between the Gutenberg and the computer era.

Diseño editorial en la década de los setenta. Un estudio
Editorial project — 2014

210x210 / 70 pages
Jul 21 2014



Ônne Swimwear

Ônne is a swimwear Spanish brand founded by Gisela Cid and Audrey Cayon. They bet for a simply, freshs and basic image for a modern and actual girl.

onnewimnwear.com

Ônne swimnwear
Identity project — 2015

Stationery
Oct 06 2015


An Essay about Ryan Mcginley

Ryan Mcginely is an American photographer known for his hedonistic and liberal work that captures young bodies (mostly naked) in magical environments that Mother Nature provides us. His work provokes feelings such as melancholy, freshness and freedom. This publication is a compendium of all his photographic series with that aesthetic kitstch that characterizes him so much.

An essay about Ryan Mcginley
Editorial project — 2012
162x220 / 65 pages
Aug 01 2012