Coco Dávez (Madrid, 1989) began her artistic career in London in 2010 when she began collaborating as an illustrator for the newspaper “El Mundo”. Since then she has collaborated for media such as SModa, Cinemanía, Vanidad, Volskrant (Holland), Mala Magazine (Chile) and Han Han (France). He has also created sets, shop windows, murals and multiple actions with brands (DKNY, Tommy Hilfiger, Armani, Ailanto, Malababa, Bimba y Lola, El Ganso, Sisley, Opel, Primark, Absolut Vodka, Ron Barceló, Bankinter, among others). She has also exhibited in cities such as Paris, Brussels, Lisbon, Santiago de Chile, Madrid or Barcelona, ​​among others.

In 2018 he will release his first book with Lunwerg (Planeta).

1.-How would you define your work?

I would define it as a colorful figurative with a pop air.

2. Who do you have as a reference or what do you use as inspiration?

As references, although not essentially pictorial references, I have artists like Picasso, Hockney, Matisse, Klein... What inspires me most in the world are people, whether they are known or not, real or not, there are many characters from movies and books that I find They inspire just like someone real.

3. What materials do you usually use for your works?


4. What do you ask of painting?

That it has enough pigmentation, that it lasts, that the color does not change excessively when it dries...

5. In your color palette, what is essential?

Cadmium reds, cobalt blue, mimosa yellow and pastel turquoise.

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