Ángel García is a Madrid-based art & creative director specialized in digital and audiovisual formats within the fields of motion and branding as well as in the fields of typography and editorial. He worked with music labels, artists and fashion brands. He also enjoys making short films with personal sound design as well as digging and curating visual and sound pieces
Open to colaborate!


#2102
Branding, Motion, UX/UI
2021
#1902
Branding, Lettering
2019
#1903
Campaign
2019
#2004
Branding, Motion
2020
#1904
Branding, Motion
2019
#1901
Editorial
2020
#2201
Art Direction
2022
#2002
Film
2020
#2005
Film
2020
#2101
Branding, Motion, Web
2021



POLITICAL HUES: Awarded campaign for The New York Times.


Creative team: Carla Goldstein, Rocío Lerdo de Tejada, Fabio Spagnoli, José Antonio González, Ángel García, Silvia García, Ana Muñoz, Lucía Peralta, Mikel Ortega (Instructor).

Award: One Show Young Ones 2020


What can we do when trust in the mass media is alarmingly low? As we live in highly divided political times, The NY Times brings out the first honest yellow press by removing any political hues.



Truth Hurts, Awarded campaign for The New York Times

Creative team: Carla Goldstein, Rocío Lerdo de Tejada, Fabio Spagnoli, José Antonio González, Ángel García, Silvia García, Ana Muñoz, Lucía Peralta, Mikel Ortega (Instructor).

Award: One Show Young Ones 2020



What can we do when trust in the mass media is alarmingly low? By showing the truth, we got our readers to engage with journalism in a meaningful way. The New York Times’ mission is to cover everything without fear or favor, to make society stronger.
Even if, sometimes, Truth Hurts.