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OTTSTUFF


OTTSTUFF (Estella, 1990) is an urban artist and graphic designer from Navarre  a former medieval kingdom of northern Spain. Mixing the languages and tools of  iconographic graffiti and graphic design, he develops an oneiric and minimalist universe, where color plays the main expressive force. From a figurative line of work, he mainly focuses on animals and people's portraits, playing with experimental techniques such as ink and bleach painting. Also, clay modelling and upcycling art are among his creative interests, frequently addressing the nature-humanity binomial as the main topic. Playing and circular experimentation are the beginning and end of his creative work.

Why OTTSTUFF?

The pseudonym "OTTSTUFF" is a closed compound made up of two words: "Ott", the artist's second (German) surname and "stuff", a way to refer things in a general and informal way, without saying exactly what they are. As a neologism, "OTT" refers to free content transmission services ("over the top").  Read more [+]

Values


PROFESSIONALISM

Responsibility, integrity and commitment.

No matter how big or small the project is: the professional must always return that client's trust, taking the project forward and giving his best to offer a quality service. Being always in constant training and willing to improve is key to keep it fresh.

PASSION

Positivity, dedication, and effort.

Otherwise, it wouldn't be possible. The creative profession requires years of hard work and constant effort, so keeping alive the passion that ignites creativity is key, bringing something unique to each job. Do what you love, love what you do.

RESPECT

Empathy, humility, honesty and equality.

Nobody is better than anyone else. Being honest, recognizing other people's effort and achievements, and effective listening are basic human virtues. Respect is something big: it has the power to unite people and ennobles those who exercise it.


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