Created the identity and visual design for an International Conference held in Mexico.

Description

The Mexican School of Particles and Fields is a biennial conference that gathers worldwide specialists to discuss the latest developments in the area of high energy physics. It includes theoretical and experimental reviews and thematic sessions devoted to enhance interactions between experts in the field.

Outcomes

Design of the event’s identity. The purpose was to integrate the geographic location of the event and the main topic Particles and Fields. To accomplish this, I made a illustration of the landscape, took the spiral patterns formed by collision of particles in a bubble chamber, such in the Large Hadron Collider at CERN (European Organization for Nuclear Research), and used this pattern as a replacement for the ocean.


  • XIII Mexican School of Particles and Fiels Poster