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On May 14, 2024, at 10:15 a.m. in Room A/A Hall 160, there will be a lecture by designers from Mexico who will talk about their country, their work, and answer questions from the audience. 

The guests of the Polish-Japanese Academy of Computer Technology will be outstanding Mexican designers:

  • Abraham Méndez,
  • Carlos Joaquin Ramírez,
  • Federico López Escalante.

Meeting in English and Spanish (translated and coordinated by Elizabeth Chojna).

Organizing a meeting PJAIT: 

  • Dr. Agnieszka Ziemiszewska, prof. PJAIT,
  • Piotr Sieciński, MA.

You are welcome!

Abraham Méndez

Graphic designer, typographer, poster designer, educator. Graduate of the Faculty of Fine Arts at Universidad Veracruzana, he completed a master's degree in typographic design at the Gestalt Studies Center. Member of the Association Typographique Internationale and co-organizer of the Typographic Forum "TIPO X". Lecturer at the Institute of Visual Arts of Universidad Veracruzana.

Carlos Joaquin Ramírez

He studied graphic design at the Facultad del Hábitat at the Universidad Autónoma de San Luis Potosí. Since then he has worked as a graphic designer, designer and illustrator.He was editorial coordinator at the Universidad de Las Américas in Puebla and deputy director of the visual arts area at the Centro de las Artes de San Luis Potosí Centenario (CASLP), where he created the CASLP Design Laboratory. He founded the el Gatorojo collective, where he served as artistic director, creating the brand project. He has given lectures and workshops at various universities in Mexico and around the world. 

Federico López Escalante

Graphic designer, poster artist. Graduated from the School of Visual Arts at Universidad Veracruzana. He has participated in group exhibitions in Mexico and abroad. In 1992, he founded the ería Free Format studio for graphic design and screen printing.

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