Zine Day Osaka, 2017.

My name is Tania Vicedo, and I am an illustrator based in Barcelona, Spain.

I am currently sharing a beautiful co-working space with lovely people and my dog, Taco.
When I am not at the studio, I am often sketching in a coffee shop, together with my husband and dog.
I usually try to travel every other year to Japan to visit my husband’s family, and learn from their amazing artisan culture. In fact, I am interested in continuing to learn the technique used for making ukiyo-e prints: mokuhanga (water-based woodcut).
My illustration work can be found in magazines, books, advertising, animation, zines and more.
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Shortlisted in the Premis Junceda in the Advertising category.
Chosen in the American Illustration 39 online archive.

• Honourable mention at the 3x3mag awards.
Chosen in the Latin American Illustration 8 online archive.
Shortlisted in the Premis Junceda in the International category.
Shortlisted at the Communication Arts Illustration Competition in the Editorial category.

• Chosen to be in the Latin American Ilustration 7 online archive.
• Shortlisted at the Communication Arts Illustration Competition in the Self-promotion category.

• Shortlisted at the Observer/Cape/Comica graphic short story prize with the comic 'In a not so far future'.

MA Communication Design: Illustration at Kingston University, London, 2015
Bachelor's degree in Fine Arts at Universitat Politècnica de València, 2010


• Article in Culturplaza about the 2020's graphic image for the APIV.

• Interview by Lori Ono about my story in the collective zine/exhibition Monogatari and sequential art at thespendypencil.

• Mention at the Comic Street website in their review about the 2018 Kaigai Manga Festival in Tokyo.


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