Destino, Cambio 16, El País, Fotogramas and Qué Leer. And there is something that she has not abandoned him: ethics. It is precisely this advice that she wants to pass on to anyone who is dedicated to something creative "In ethics there is a red line that if you cross it you are lost". 7. Find first and then seek, a tip from Cruz Novillo Pepe Cruz Novillo is one of the pioneers of the graphic identity of Spain and a key figure in the renewal of the country's image during the Transition period. For him, one of the phrases that has marked his career is that of Georges Braque who says: "I first find, and then I search."
A phrase that the designer recommends to anyone who asks him for advice. Cruz Novillo is the co-author of the Domestika course 'Two and Three-Dimensional Jewelry Photo Editing Service Corporate Identity', where you can learn to redesign the corporate image of a large company. 8. The most important team is not the one you think, advice from Isabel Muñoz The photographer Isabel Muñoz has won two World Press Photo thanks to her social commitment and search for beauty, which has led her to portray everything from classical ballet to great apes or maras in El Salvador.
And if there's one thing she's learned throughout her career, it's that the most important piece of equipment isn't a camera. "What you first have to have is a good team with your eyes, your heart and your emotion. Because you can have the best team in the world and like that other team, which for me is the most important, it doesn't work, it doesn't help you. nothing," says the photographer. 9. Take risks to evolve, advice from Susana Domínguez Susana Domínguez is one of the greatest references in artistic binding at a national and international level. National Bookbinding Award, the artist recommends taking risks in order to evolve.