ABRAHAM FLORES, BORN IN 1990
Born in Mexico City, Abraham Flores captures life through a wide variety of mediums. His work submerges you in a colorful, vibrant, and bold world through the use of color, patterns, shapes, textures, typography, and photography.
Full of life and joy, Abraham was introduced to the world of design by his father at a very young age, who had a passion for cars, photography, video, and trains. At the age of four, he lost his father, and Abraham vividly remembers his devotion to detail when building train scale models and his passion for the camera. Inspired by his father’s devotion, Abraham captures the essence of his surroundings through his artwork. Furthermore, his beloved and always encouraging mother worked very hard to give the very best to Abraham. Her work ethic and dedication inspired him as well to give his very best and strive for success no matter how big the adversities. When Abraham and his mother moved to San Antonio, TX, he chose to pursue a degree in Design and Technical Graphics at the Art Institute of San Antonio.
As Abraham submerged in the world of design, life took him to unexpected adventures and experiences that would influence and deepen his interest and devotion for design. Furthermore, as he familiarized himself with the many aspects of design, he fell more in love with other genres such as architecture, graphic design, editorial design, art, photography, and video. Inspired by well-known designers, such as Jonathan Ive, Norman Foster, Bjarke Ingels, Paula Scher, Tinker Hatfield, Gorden Wagener, and Adrian Van Hooydonk, but above all, life itself. He tries to find new ways to improve and enhance the world through his work and, more importantly, himself. Today, Abraham is an Art Director at KGB Texas Communications, focusing on graphic design, photography, video, and animation.
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