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Jorge Gonzalez Mexico City, 1967
Industrial Designer and Visual Artist
He Studied furniture and object design at the Design School of the National Institute of Fine Arts (Formerly the handicraft school of the citadel, Mexico City, founded by the teacher Jose Chávez Morado) with teachers such as Jorge Best (Murals and mosaics) and Gerardo Rodriguez (Industrial Design Manual, 1986). He dedicated himself for a time to the design of wooden furniture in the company Puertas y Muebles
My Art is eclectic, aspiring to reflect nature and human virtues, I work mainly with recycled materials. My goal is to inspire the new and old generations to change their habits creating art at home with their own debris. While my belief is that changing our consumption habits is the final solution, recycling helps but it’s not the ultimate solution
1988 / Art school EDINBA “Instituto Nacional de Bellas Artes” – Industrial design
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